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PARIS UNITERS A1 INTERNATIONAL^--.; 
EXHIBITION, 

1878. 


OFFICIAL CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

BRITISH SECTION. 


PART I. 

( SECOND EDITION.) 


PUBLISHED BY DIRECTION OF 

'is Scrgal Pigjittess tjre fnttce of Wales, lii, #c., 

PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION 
FOR GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 



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. PRINTERS TO TIIE QUEEN’S HOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. 

FOR HER MAJESTY’S STATIONERY OFFICE. 

1878. 


Price Half-a-Crown for the Two Volumes. 















TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


PART I. 

Page 

Her Majesty’s Commissioners - - - v 

The Executive and Staff - - - - - x 

The Indian Empire and the Colonies* - - - xii 

The Colonial Commissioners - - - - xii 

The International Facade ----- xvii 

Marine Annexe ------- xix 

The Pavilion - - - - - - - xx 

Names of Firms who have Lent or Provided, Free of 
Charge, Objects for the Use of the Royal Com- 
mission ------- xxi 

Synopsis of the Classification - xxiv 

Alphabetical List of Exhibitors (except Fine Arts 
and Live Stock) ...... xxvii 

—Names of Proprietors of Objects of Fine Art lent 

for Exhibition ...... 2 

Catalogue Entries in Classes . ... J 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 


Principal FA9ADE, Champ de Mars - To face title page . 

Elevation of the Trocadero Palace - „ p. lxxxvi 


PART II. 

Names of Proprietors of Objects of Fine Art lent 
for Exhibition ------ 5 

Alphabetical List of Exhibitors - - - - 11 

„ „ „ Towns Represented by Exhibitors 71 

Digest of the Tariff - - - - - 89 

Summary of the Patent Laws - 184 

Statistical Summary - - - - - - 191 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Notes on 

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List of the Chambers of Commerce in Great Britain 

and Ireland 254 

,, „ „ „ France - 256 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Chromo-Lithograph Plan of the Exhibition, Palaces, 
and Grounds - - - - - To face title page. 


V 


PARTS UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL 
EXHIBITION, 

1878. 


List of Her Majesty’s Commissioners gazetted 
23rd January and 20th February 1877. 


President : 

H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. 

His Excellency Her Majesty’s Ambassador at Paris, The Lord 
Lyons, G.C.B. 

The Duie of Richmond and Gordon, K.G. ; Lord President of the 
Council ; 49, Bel grave Square, S. TV. 

The Duke of Manchester, K.P. ; 1, Great Stanhope Street, May. 
fair, TV. 

The Duke of Sutherland, K.G. ; Stafford House, St. James's, S. TV. 

The Duke of Westminster, K.G. ; Grosvenor House, Upper Gros- 
venor Street, TV. 

The Earl Spencer, K.G. ; Spencer House, St. James's Place, S. TV. 

The Earl Cadogan; Undersecretary of State for the Colonies; 
Cadogan House, Cadogan Place, S.TV. 

The Earl Granville, K.G. ; 18, Carlton House Terrace, S.TV. 

The Earl of Northbrook, G.C.S.I. ; 4, Hamilton Place, Piccadilly, 
TV. 

The Lord Tenterden, C.B. ; Under Secretary of State for Foreign 
Affairs; 19, Warwick Square, S.W. 

The Lord Del’Isle and Dudley; Penshurst Place, Kent. 

The Honourable Edward Stanhope, M.P. ; Under Secretary of 
State for India ; 3, West Eaton Place, S.TV. 

The Honourable Robert Henry Meade ; Assistant Under Secre- 
tary of State for the Colonies ; 32, Belgrave Square, S. W. 

The Right Honourable Sir Alexander James E. Cockburn, Bart., 

G.C.B. ; Lord Chief Justice of England ; 40, Hertford Street, 
Mayfair, W. 

The Right Honourable Sir Stafford H. Northcote, Bart., C.B., 
E.R.S., M.P. ; Chancellor of the Exchequer ; 86, Harley 
Street, TV. 

The Right Honourable Lyon Playfair, C.B., F.R.S., M.P. ; Buck- 
ingham Palace Hotel, S.TV. 


VI 


LIST OF HER MAJESTY’S COMMISSIONERS. 


The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of London ; Mansion 
House , E. C. 

The Lord Provost of Edinburgh ; Edinburgh, Scotland. 

The Lord Mayor of Dublin ; Dublin, Ireland. 

Sir Coutts Lindsay, Bart. ; 4 and 5, Cromwell Place, South Ken- 
sington, S.TV. 

Sir Nathaniel M. de Rothschild, Bart., M.P. ; 6, Buckingham 
Gate, S.TV. 

Sir Richard Wallace, Bart., M.P. ; Hertford House, Manchester 
Square, TV. 

Sir John Rose, Bart., K.C.M.G. ; 18, Queen's Gate, South Ken- 
sington, S.TV. 

Admiral Sir Alexander Milne, Bart., G.C.B. ; 1, Lowndes Street, 
S. TV. 

General Sir Alfred H. Horsford, G.C.B. ; 40, Pall Mall, S.TV. 

Major-General Sir H. Creswicke Rawlinson, K.C.B., F.R.S. ; 21, 

Charles Street, Berkeley Square, TV. 

Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. ; President of the Royal Geogra- 
phical Society; 14, Great Queen Street, Westminster, S.TV. 

Sir Henry Thring, K.C.B. ; Parliamentary Counsel; 5, Queen’s 
Gate Gardens, S.W. 

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, K.C.S.I., C.B., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D., 
F.R.S. ; President of the Royal Society ; Burlington House, 
Piccadilly, W. 

Sir Francis Grant ; President of the Royal Academy ; 27, Sussex 
Place, Regent's Park, N. TV. 

Sir Louis Mallet, C.B. ; Under Secretary of State for India ; 1 , 
Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

Sir Andrew Fairbairn; 15, Portman Square, TV. 

Sir John Gilbert, R.A. ; President of the Society of Painters in 
Water Colours ; Vanbrugh Park Road West, Blackheatli, S.E. 

Colonel Kingscote, C.B., M.P. ; President of the Royal \Agri c a 1 tu ral 
Society ; 34, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. 

C. Rivers Wilson, Esq., C.B. ; Controller General of the National 
Debt; 16, Wilton Street, Grosvenor Place, S.W. 

Colonel Arthur Ellis, C.S.I. ; 36, Piccadilly, TV. 

James Risdon Bennett, Esq., M.D., F.R.S. ; President of the 
Royal College of Physicians ; 22, Cavendish Square, W. 

John Birkett, Esq. ; President of the Royal College of Surgeons : 
59, Green Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

J. F. Bateman, Esq., F.R.S.S.L. & E. ; President of the Institution of 
Civil Engineers ; 16, Great George Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Charles Barry, Esq., F.S.A. ; President of the Royal Institute of 
British Architects ; 15, Pembridge Square, W. 

Sampson S. Lloyd, Esq., M.P. ; President of the Association of 
the Chambers of Commerce of the United Kingdom ; 14, 
Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. 


LIST OF HER MAJESTY^ COMMISSIONERS. 


vii 

Bernhard Samuelson, Esq., M.P. ; President of the Agricultural 
Engineers Association ; 56, Princes Gate, S. TV. 

Lieut.-Colonel Loyd-Lindsay, V.C., M.P. ; Financial Secretary, War 
Office ; 2, Carlton Gardens, S. TV. 

Edmund Ashworth, Esq. ; President of the Manchester Chamber 
of Commerce ; Egerton Hall, Bolton-le- Moors. 

I. Lowthian Bell, Esq., F.R.S., M.P. ; Reform Club, S. TV. 

Hugh Birley, Esq., M.P. ; House of Commons, S. TV. 

Joseph Chamberlain, Esq., M.P. ; Reform Club, S.TV. 

William Holms, Esq., M.P. ; 56, Bread Street, E. C. 

Frederick Leighton, Esq., R.A. ; 2, Holland Park Road, Ken- 
sington, TV. 

W. Calder Marshall, Esq., R.A. ; 115, Ebury Street, S.TV. 

Samuel Morley, Esq., M.P. ; 16, Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, TV. 

John Mulholland, Esq., M.P. ; Carlton Club, S. TV. 

Anthony J. Mundella, Esq., M.P. ; 16, Elvaston Place, South 
Kensington, S.TV. 

William Rathbone, Esq., M.P. ; 18, Princes Gardens, South 
Kensington, S.TV. 

Henry William Ripley, Esq., M.P. ; Acacia, Apperley, near Leeds. 

P. Cunltffe Owen, C.B., 

Secretary. 


The following gentlemen have officiated as Members of the 
Royal Commission by virtue of their office : 

The Lord Skelmersdale, late President of the Royal Agricultural 
Society. 

Sir Thomas White, Bart., late Lord Mayor of London. 

Sir James Falshaw, Bart., late Lord Provost of Edinburgh. 
Prescott G. Hewitt, Esq., F.R.S., late President of' the Royal 
College of Surgeons. 

George Robert Stephenson, Esq., late President of the Institution 
of Civil Engineers. 

Hugh Tarpey, Esq., late Lord Mayor of Dublin. 


VIII 


COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY K.R.H. TEE PRESIDENT. 


Committees appointed by His Hoyal Highness the 
President at the First Meeting of the Koyal Com- 
mission, held at Marlborough House on Saturday, 
the 17th February 1877. 

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales presides occa- 
sionally over all the Committees, and specially over that for 
Finance, held at Marlborough House. 


FINANCE. 

The Right Hon. Lyon Playfair, C.B., F.R.S., M.P., Chairman. 
Sir Nathaniel M. de Rothschild, Bart., M.P. 

Sir Richard Wallace, Bart., M.P. 

Sir John Rose, Bart., K.C.M.G. 

Sir Henry Thring, K.C.B. 

C. Rivers Wilson, Esq., C.B. 


THE FINE ARTS. 

The Duke of Westminster, K.G., Chairman. 
The Lord de lisle and Dudley. 

Sir Coutts Lindsay, Bart. 

Sir Richard Wallace, Bart., M.P. 

Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. 

Sir John Gilbert, R.A. 

Colonel Arthur Ellis, C.S.I. 

Charles Barry, Esq., F.S.A. 

Frederick Leighton, Esq., R.A. 

W. Calder Marshall, Esq., R.A. 


THE INDIAN EMPIRE. 

The Earl of Northbrook, G.C.S.I., Chairman. 
Sir Alfred H. Horsford, G.C.B. 

Sir Henry Rawlinson, K.C.B. 

Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. 

Sir Louis Mallet. C.B. 

Colonel Arthur Ellis, C.S.I. 


COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY H.R.H. THE PRESIDENT. 


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THE COLONIES. 

The Duke of Manchester, K.P., Chairman. 
Hon. Robert H. Meade. 

Sir John Rose, Bart., KC.M.G. 

Sir Alexander Milne, Bart., G.C.B. 


SCIENCE AND EDUCATION. 

The Earl Granville, K.G., Chairman. 

The Right Hon. Lyon Playfair, C.B., F.R.S., M.P. 
Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, K.C.S.I., C.B. 

Joseph Chamberlain, Esq., M.P. 

Samuel Morley, Esq., M.P. 

James Risdon Bennett, Esq., M.D., F.R.S. 

John Birkett, Esq. 


TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

The Earl Spencer, K.G., Chairman. 

The Honourable Edward Stanhope, M.P. 
Edmund Ashworth, Esq. 

Hugh Birley, Esq., M.P. 

Joseph Chamberlain, Esq., M.P. 

William Holms, Esq., M.P. 

Sampson S. Lloyd, Esq., M.P. 

Samuel Morley, Esq., M.P. 

John Mulholland, Esq., M.P. 

Anthony J. Mundella, Esq., M.P. 

William Rathbone, Esq., M.P. 

Henry W. Ripley, Esq., M.P. 


MACHINERY IN GENERAL, 

INCLUDING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. 

The Duke of Sutherland, E.G., Chairman. 

Colonel Kingscote, C.B., M.P. 

Sir Andrew Fairbairn. 

Lieut.-Colonel R. J. Loyd-Lindsay, Y.C., M.P. 

J. F. Bateman, Esq. 

I. Lowthian Bell, Esq., F.R.S., M.P. 

Bernhard Samuelson, Esq., M.P. 

P. CUNLIFFE-OWEN, C.B., 

Secretary to Committees. 


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EXECUTIVE. 

His Royal Highness THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., 
PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION. 


STAFF. 

Offices, — Canada Buildings, King Street, Westminster, London. 
Offices, — 40, Avenue de Suffren, Champ de Mars, Paris. 

P. CUNLIFFE-OWEN, C.B., 

Secretary to the Royal Commission. 


GILBERT R. REDGRAVE, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 

Ai'chitect to the Royal Commission. 

T. A. WRIGHT, | GEORGE HARRIS, Capt. R.E., 

Joint-General Superintendents, Industrial Division. 


JOHN ANDERSON, LL.D., 
M.I.C.E., 

General Superintendent, 
Machinery Division. 


B. T. BRANDRETH GIBBS, 

Vice-President of the Royal 
Agricultural Society. 
General Superintendent, 
Agricultural and Horticultural 
Division. 


J. H. CTJNDALL, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 

Engineer and Superintendent of the Machinery, Agricultural, and 
Horticultural Divisions. 

ARTHUR SULLIVAN, MUS.D., 

Representative of British Musical Art. 

C. W. DESCHAMPS, 

Superintendent Fine Arts. 

CATALOGUE. 

Compilation and Editorship - George Harris, Capt. R.E. 
Digest of the Tariff - - J. W. Mollett, B.A. 

Notes on Machinery - - John Anderson, LL.D., M.I.C.E. 

Notes on Agricultural Section B. T. Brandretli Gibbs. 
Introductions and Notes on P. L. Simmonds. 

Industrial Section. 


EXECUTIVE. 


XI 


SECRETARIAT. 


T. A. Wright, 

Principal. 


J. W. Mollett, B.A., 

Financial Clerk. 


ASSISTANTS IN LONDON AND IN PARIS. 


J. W. Addy. 

Charles Appleby. 

A. 0’ D. Bartholeyns. 

J. M. Brett. 

F. M. Bryant. 

Ernest Charrington. 

H. F. Corby. 

T. F. Cowlrick, 

J. G. Ford. 

Arthur Galloway. 

V. Welch. 


A. H. Gasparini. 

F. Jacob. 

W. Lander. 

E. H. Lloyd. 

B. J. Otteweli. 
Brinsley Plucknett. 
L. A. Eittman. 

N. Eobinson. 

C. Eought. 

T, Streeter. 


ROYAL ENGINEERS. 

Serjeant James Wright. 

Corporal J. Owen. | Corporal T. Christie. 


POLICE. 


Philip Henry Giles 

Edward White 
Charles Augustus Morgan 
Maurice Moser 


■ Inspector. 
j> Constables. 


Exhibitors’ Passenger Agents, 
Messrs. Thomas Cook and Son, 
Ludgate Circus, Fleet Street, London. 


House Agents to the British Section, 

Messrs. John Arthur and Co., 

Kue Castiglione, Paris. 


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THE INDIAN EMPIRE. 


EXECUTIVE. 

Ths Secretary of the Royal Commission. 

Official Agent for the Indian Section, 

C. Purdon Clarke. 

Clerk in charge of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales’ Collection, 

J. Mansel Brett. 

Architect, 

C. Purdon Clarke. 


THE COLONIES. 


The Dominion of Canada. 
Jamaica. 

British Guiana. 
Trinidad. 

Lagos. 

Cape of Good Hope. 
Ceylon. 

Straits Settlements. 


Mauritius. 

Seychelles. 

New South Wales. 

Victoria. 

Queensland. 

South Australia. 
Western Australia. 
New Zealand. 


Colonial Commissioners. 
THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Commissioners : 


The Hon. C. A. P. Pelletier, Minister of Agriculture (President). 
Sir John Rose, Bart., K.C.M.G. 

J. Gordon Brown, Esq.. 

Gustave Drolet, Esq. 

J. B. Diiffus, Esq. 

Thomas C. Keefer, Executive Commissioner.' 

Joseph Perrauit, Esq. j Joint Secretaries. 

Dr. S. P. May - J 


In charge of Mineral Collection, 

A. R. C. Selwyn, Esq., E.R.S., F.R.G.S. 


THE COLONIES. 

JAMAICA. 

Commissioners : 

The Hon. General Mann, R.E., President. 
The Hon. George Solomon. 

The Hon. H. J. Kemble. 

A. L. Malabre, Esq. 

Charles Rampini, Esq. 

EXECUTIVE. 

(By permission of H.R.H. the President), 

The Secretary of the Royal Commission. 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

Executive Commissioner : 

William Walker, Esq. 

TRINIDAD. 

Executive Commissioner : 

Dr. J. Court. 

LAGOS. 

Commissioner : 

Arthur H. Porter, Esq. 
EXECUTIVE. 

(By permission of H.R.H. the President), 

The Secretary of the Royal Commission. 

CAPE OF GOOD'HOPE. 
Commissioners : 

The Hon. S. Jacobs, M.L.A. 

Spencer Todd, Esq., Executive Commissioner. 

CEYLON. 

Executive Commissioner : 

Sir Charles Peter Layard, K.C.M.G. 

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 
Commissioners : 

The Colonial Secretary. 

The Unofficial Members of Council. 

ihe President of the Chamber of Commerce. 

EXECUTIVE : 

(By permission of H.R.H. the President), 

The Secretary of the Royal Commission. 


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VI V 


THE COLONIES. 


MAURITIUS. 

Commissioner : 

Virgile Naz, Esq., C.M.G., Member of the Government Couucil. 
Honorary Commissioners in Paris : 

Gustave Adam, Esq. 

Alphonse Lucas, Esq. 

Edouard Elias, Esq. 

EXECUTIVE. 

(By permission of II.R.H. the President), 

The Secretary of the Royal Commission. 

SEYCHELLES. 

EXECUTIVE. 

(By permission of H.R.H. the President), 

The Secretary of the Royal Commission. 


AUSTRALIA. 


NEW SOUTH WALES. 

Commissioners : 


President, 

The Hon. Sir James Martin, Kt. 

Vice-Presidents, 

The Hon. Sir Alfred Stephen, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.L.C. 

The Hon. Sir Edward Deas-Thomson, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.L.C. 
The Hon. Sir William Macarthur, Kt., M.L.C. 

The Hon. John Hay, President of the Legislative Council. 
Sir George Wigram Allen, K.C.M.G., M.P. 

Executive Commissioner, 

The Hon. Edward Combes, M.P., Secretary for Public Works. 


Members, 


The Hon. Joseph Docker, M.L.C., 

Vice-President of the Exe- 
cutive Council. 

William Maddison Alderson, 
Esq., J.P. 

John Alger, Esq. 

The Rev. Charles Badham, D.D., 

Professor of Classics and 
Logic in the University of 
Sydney. 

The Hon. William Busby, M.L.C. 


William Adams Brodribb, Esq., 
J.P. 

John Jackson Calvert, Esq., 
Clerk of the Parliaments. 
Henry Halloran, Esq., Principal 
Under Secretary. 

The Hon. Thomas Holt, M.L.C. 
Patrick Alfred Jennings, Esq., 
J.P. 

Edward Knox, Esq., J.P. 

The Hon. William Macleay, 
M.L.C. 


THE COLONIES. 


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Peter Nicol Russell, Esq. 

Charles Moore, Esq., Director of 
the Botanic Gardens. 

Joseph Becker, Esq. 

Augustus Morris, Esq. 

Joseph Paxton, Esq., J.P. 

Edward P. Ramsay, Esq., Cura- 
tor of the Australian Museum. 

George Russell, Esq. 

The Hon. Saul Samuel, C.M.G., 
M.L.C. 

William Wallis, Esq. 

The Hon. James White, M.L.C. 

William Forster, Esq., Agent- 
General for New South 
Wales. 

Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart. 

Jules Joubert, 


The Hon. John Frazer, M.L.C. 

Samuel Hebblewhite, Esq. 

Donald Larnach, Esq. 

Jacob Levi Montefiore, Esq. 

Edward Levi Montefiore, Esq. 

Monsr. Louis Francois Sentis. 

The Hon. Thomas Ware Smart, 
M.L.C. 

The Hon. John Brown Watt, 
M.L.C. 

Roderick Wm. Cameron, Esq. 

Doctor R. W. Forbes. 

Archibald, Liversedge, Esq., 
Professor of Geology and 
Mineralogy in the Univer- 
sity of Sydney. 

John Randal Carey, Esq. 

q., Secretary. 


VICTORIA. 
COMMISSIONERS : 


The Hon. James Joseph Casey, M.P., President. 


The Hon. Peter Lalor, M.P., 

Minister for Trade and Com- 
merce. 

The Hon. WilliamWilson, M.L.C. 
The Hon. James Munro, M.P. 
The Hon. Samuel Henry Bindon. 
John Banks, Esq., J.P. 

James Patterson, Esq., Mayor of 
Melbourne. 

R. Richardson, Esq., M.P. 


J. Bosisto, Esq., M.P. 

J. Mirarns, Esq., M.P. 

A. K. Smith, Esq., M.P. 
L. Caubet, Esq. 

David Munro, Esq. 

J. Zevenboom, Esq., J.P. 
W. McCulloch, Esq. 
Thomas P. Fallon, Esq. 

H. W. Alcock, Esq. 


George Collins Levey, Esq., Secretary. 


QUEENSLAND. 


Commissioners : 


Arthur Macalister, Esq., C.M.G., Agent General for Queensland, 

Chairman. 


Arthur Hodgson, Esq. 
William Eemmant, Esq. 
E. 0. McDevitt, Esq. 


Sir W. W. Cairns, K.C.M.G. 

(special). 

George Thorn, Esq. 

R. M. Stewart, Esq. 


Thomas Hamilton, Esq., Secretary. 


In charge of Collection, E. A. Clare, Esq. 


XVI 


THE COLONIES. 


SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 

Commissioners : 

President : 

His Excellency Major-General Sir William D. Jervois, K.C.M.G., 
C.B., R.E., &c., &c., Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 


Special Executive Commissioner : 


Josiah Boothby, Esq., Under Secretary to Government. 
Honorary Commissioners : 


Sir Arthur Blyth, K.C.M.G., 
Agent General. 

Sir W. W. Cairns, K.C.M.G. 

Sir Thomas Elder, M.L.C. 

Hon. William Everard, M.L.C. 
Right Hon. Sir James Fergus- 
son, Bart., K.C.M.G. 


William Kay, Esq. 

David Murray, Esq., M.P. 

Caleb Peacock, Esq., Mayor of 
Adelaide. 

James Garden Ramsay, Esq., 

M.P. 

R. Stanley-Leighton, E3q., M.P. 


R. E. Nowell Twopeny, Esq., Secretary. 


WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 

Commissioners : 


The Hon. R. T. Goldsworthy, 
C.M.G., Colonial Secretary. 

The Hon. H. H. Hocking, 
Attorney General. 

The Hon. Lt.-Col. Hawest, 
Commanding the Troops. 

The Hon. M. Fraser, Sur- 
veyor-General. 

The Hon. Sir L. J. Leake, 
Speaker, Legislative Council. 

J. G. Lee Stare, Esq., M.L.C. 

W. S. Pearse, Esq., M.L.C. 


W. E. Marmion, Esq., M.L.C. 
G. Randall, Esq., M.L.C. 

G. Shurton, Esq., M.L.C. 

J. H. Thomas, Esq., Director 
of Public Works. 

A. R. Waylen, Esq., Colonial 
Surgeon. 

James Manning, Esq., Chair- 
man, Freemantle Council. 
Captain Wilkinson. 

C. Burt, Esq. 


EXECUTIVE. 

(By permission of H.R.H. the President), 

The Secretary of the Royal Commission. 

NEW ZEALAND. 
Commissioner : 

Thomas Purvis Russell, Esq. 




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XVI 1 


THE INTERNATIONAL FAQADE. 


BRITISH SECTION. 

The total length of the English space fronting the Central 
Avenue being upwards of 540 feet, it was deemed advisable to 
subdivide the facade into five portions, and to separate each of 
these from one another by gardens. By this means it has been 
possible to give to each of the five houses a distinctive character, 
and to relieve the monotony of a long unbroken frontage. 

The first house on entering the Central Avenue from the Grand 
Vestibule has been erected by Mr. W. H. Lascelles, of 121, Bun- 
hill Row, from the design of Mr. R. Norman Shaw, R.A. It is in 
the “ Queen Anne ” style of architecture, and is constructed of a 
patented imitation of red brickwork, the invention of the exhibitor. 
Mr. Lascelles faces thin slabs of Portland cement concrete with 
smaller slabs of red concrete, the size of bricks, and these slabs 
are screwed on to a timber framework. The furniture and deco- 
rations of this house have been supplied by Messrs. Jackson & 
Graham, of 37, Oxford Street ; the wall papers by Messrs. 
Jeffrey & Co., Essex Road, Islington ; and the whole has been 
ofFered by these firms to His Royal Highness the President for 
the use of the Commission. 

The second house, the pavilion of H.R.H. The Prince of 
Wales, has been erected by the Royal Commissioners from the 
designs of their architect, Mr. Gilbert R. Redgrave, for the 
President of the Royal Commission. This house is in the Eliza- 
bethan style, and has been constructed of rubble stonework, 
faced with coloured plaster, in imitation of red brickwork, with 
Bath stone dressings. The entrance gates of this pavilion and the 
garden gates and railing on either side of it have been supplied 
by Messrs. Barnard, Bishop, & Barnard, of Norwich. The 
interior fittings and decorations, together with the furniture, have 
been supplied by Messrs. Gillow & Co., with whom are associated 
some English exhibitors, whose offers to contribute as part of 
their exhibition have been accepted (for list, see p. xix). The 
whole of the designs for the interior of the house have been pre- 
pared by Messrs. Gillow & Co., 176, Oxford Street, from draw- 
ings by their artists, Messrs. Henry & Hay. 

The third house, being a fa9ade of red brick and terra-cot! a 
manufactured by Messrs. Doulton & Co., of Lambeth, and 
exhibited by them, is the design of Messrs. Tarring & Wilkinson. 
The furniture and decorations have been executed by Messrs. 

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THE INTERNATIONAL FACADE. 


Shoolbred & Co., of' Tottenham Court Road, and placed by them 
at the disposal of His Royal Highness the President. 

The fourth house of the series, erected by Messrs. Wm. Cubitt 
& Co., of 258, Gray’s Inn Road, from the designs of Mr. Gilbert 
Redgrave, the architect of the Royal Commission, and offered by 
them to The Prince of W ales for the use of the Commission, has 
been placed at the disposal of the Dominion of Canada. The house 
is built of pitch-pine framework, enriched with carving, and filled in 
with plaster panels, a style of construction known as half-timbered 
work, and which was very much employed in England from the 
fifteenth to the seventeenth century. The entrance gates, in 
wrought ironwork, which enclose the garden between this house 
and the end one, have been made by Messrs. Wm. Cubitt & Co., 
for Lord Crewe’s park, from the design of Mr. E. M. Barry, R.A. 
The furniture of this house has been provided by Canadian manu- 
facturers ; the carpets are supplied, as part of their exhibition, by 
Messrs. John Brinton, of Kidderminster, and the wall papers by 
Messrs. Jeffrey & Co., Essex Road, Islington. 

The fifth house, erected by Messrs. Collinson & Lock, of Fleet 
Street, ivas designed by Mr. T. E. Collcutt. It is in the style 
of an English country house of the reign of King William III. 
The framework is of timber. The furniture and internal decora- 
tions of this house are manufactured and exhibited by Messrs. 
Collinson & Lock. 


English Cottages. 

Two cottages have been erected in the grounds by Mr. W. H. 
Lascelles, of Bunhill Row, London, from the designs of Mr. R. 
Norman Shaav, R.A . ; the one of them, a two-roomed labourer’s 
cottage, and the other, a more roomy house, suitable for a gardener, 
a gamekeeper, or entrance to a park. The furniture and appoint- 
ments of these cottages have been carefully selected by Messrs. 
Williamson & Son, of Guildford, from old Surrey cottages in 
that neighbourhood, and are shown as correct types of old English 
cottage furniture. The gardens have been laid out by Mr. John 
Wills, of Onslow Crescent, South Kensington, London. 


MARINE ANNEXE. 


This Annexe, which is situated at the western extremity of the 
Champ de Mars on the banks of the River Seine, and is in proxi- 
mity to the French Marine Annexe, through which it is approached 
from the Pont de Jena, was rendered necessary by the late appli- 
cations for space of a number of British firms who are interested 
in shipbuilding and articles relating thereto ; it contains a collection 
of models of ships, both naval and mercantile (which have been 
contributed by some of the most eminent shipbuilders and ocean 
steamship companies), as well as life-saving apparatus, river 
pleasure boats, and the like. 


The following is a list of 
objects shown, see Class 67 : — 

Armit, R. Hi, Lieutenant Royal 
Navy. 

Ballardie, D. 

The Barrow Shipbuilding Co. 
The Berthon Boat Co., Limited. 
Biffen, W. H., junior. 

Birt, J. & A. W. 

Brice, W. A. 

Brune & Co. 

Chadburn & Son. 

Crispin, W. H. 

Cunard, Burns, & Mclver. 
Cunningham, Shaw, & Co. 
Dunlop, R. H. W., C.B. 

The East & West India Dock 
Co. 

Hall, Julius. 

Head, Wrighton, & Co. 
Homfray & Co. 

Hunter & English. 

The Inman Steamship Co. 
Knight, S. 

Lafargue, A. 

Laird Brothers. 

Lewin, D. J. 

Lipman & Co. 

Li vie, D. 


exhibitors ; for details of the 

! The London & Glasgow En- 
gineering and Shipbuilding 
Co., Limited. 

Mackie, S. J. 

Martin, C., & Co. 

Meyer, E. I. 

Mills, Robert. 

Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron 
Co., Limited. 

Parratt, G. F. 

| Roy, E. A. 

Russell, J. Scott, & Lumley, 
Henry. 

Siebe and Gorman. 

Steedman & McAlister. 

Stone, I., & Co. 

j Sunderland Shipbuilders’ As- 
sociation. 

Thompson, W. B. 

1 Thomson, J. & G. 

Vansittart, Mrs. H. 

Watts, J. AY. 

The White Star Line (Ismay, 
i Imrie, & Co.) 

Whitworth, Sir Joseph, & Co., 
Limited. 

AVigzell, Halsey, & Co. 


XX 


PAVILION 

OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES. 

Erected by the Royal Commission as a part of the International 
Facade from the designs of Gilbert R. Redgrave, Assoc. 
Inst. C.E., Architect to the Royal Commission. 


INDUSTRIAL ART MANUFACTURES 

BY THE FOLLOWING 

BRITISH EXHIBITORS, 

From designs supplied by Messrs. Gillow & Co. (Hors Concours), 
(Artists, H. C. J. Henry and J. W. Hay), 

REPRESENTING CONTEMPORARY BRITISH WORK IN VARIOUS STYLES. 


Andrews, Michael 

Belfast - 

Table linen. 

Barnard, Bishop, & Bar- 

Norwich - 

Wrought-iron entrance gates, 

nards. 


and stoves, &c. in dining- 
room. 

Betjemann, G. J., & Sons 

London - 

Materials and appliances for 
the writing table. 

Boulton & Co. - 

London - 

Fountain for garden.* 

Elkington & Co. - 

Birmingham and 
London. 

Repousse silver dessert ser- 
vice, garniture ue cheminee. 

Feetham (Mark) & Co. - 

London - 

Wrouglit-steel stoves in draw- 
ing and morning rooms. 

Gillow & Co. 

London and Lan- 
caster. 

The internal decorations and 
furniture of the Pavilion. 

Jackson, G., & Sons 

London - 

Carton pierre enrichments in 
drawing-room in the 
“ Adams ” style. 

Jennings, George 

London - 

Sanitary arrangements in 
dressing-room. 

Kent, G. B., & Co. 

London - 

Toilet brushes, &c. 

Mintons - 

Stoke- upon-Trent 
and London. 

China services and vases. 
Fountain for garden. f 

Minton, Hollins, & Co. - 

Stoke-upon-Trent 
and London. 

Encaustic tesselated pave- 
ment and decorated tiles 
for stoves, and lavatories. 

Powell (James) & Sons - 

London - 

Stained glass windows and 
table glass. 

Radclyffe (Dick), & Co. 

London - 

Conservatory. 

Royal Windsor Tapestry 
Manufactory (H.R.H. 
Prince Leopold, K.G., Pre- 

Windsor - 

Portrait of the Queen. The 
eight dining-room tapes- 
tries. 

sident). 



Royal School of Art 
Needlework (H.R.H. Prin- 

Loudon - 

Embroideries on curtains and 
furniture in drawing-room. 

cess Christian of Schles- 
wig-Holstein, President). 



Templeton (James) & Co. 

Glasgow& London 

Carpets and curtains. 

The Ladies’ Work Society 
(H.R.H. Princess Louise, 
Marchioness of Lome, Pre- 
sident). 

London - 

Applique embroideries upon 
frieze and wall panels in 
morning-room. 

Treloar & Sons - 

London - 

Co coa-nut mats. 

' 


•Designed by G. Tinworth. 


t The fountain designed by P. Comolera. 


XXI 


NAMES OF FIRMS WHO HAVE LENT OR PROVIDED, 
FREE OF CHARGE, OBJECTS FOR THE USE OF 
THE ROYAL BRITISH COMMISSION. 

See also Fa 9 ade and Pavilion, pp. xvii-xix. 


Appleby, Brothers ; Mechanical and Civil Engineers ; Emerson 
Street, Southwark, London. Works, London, Iwices- 
ter, and Derby. 

Two steam cranes, a crab or heavy winch, tackle, &c. for 
loading and unloading Exhibition goods. See Class 54. 

Aveling & Porter ; Engineers, Inventors, Manufacturers ; Ro- 
chester, Kent ; 72, Cannon St., London ; 9, Avenue 
Montaigne, Paris. 

Two steam traction engines with cranes and road trucks for 
conveyance of empty cases, &c. between the Exhibition and 
the depot. See Classes 51 and 54. 

Cheavin, George ; Water Filter Manufacturer ; Wide Barg ate 
Filter Works, Boston, Lincolnshire. ( Agents in 
Paris, Decker and Mot , 168 and 176, Boulevard de 
la Villette.) 

Water filters for use in the offices, &c. of the Royal Commis- 
sion. See Class 66. 

The Coalbrookdale Company ; Coalbrookdalc, Shropshire. 

“The Royal Arms,” a casting in iron for the front of the 
Royal Commission Offices, 40, Avenue de Suffren, Paris. See 
Class 25. 

Copestake, Hughes, Crampton, & Co.; Lace and Muslin Manu- 
facturers; 5, Bow Church Yard , London. Works, 
Nottingham. 

Curtains for decorative purposes. See Class 36. 

Cor Mere, Son, & Brindle; 30, Cannon St., London. 

Curtains and hangings, for the Picture Galleries of the British 
Section. 

The Corticine Floor Covering Company ; Manufacturers of 
FloorCloth and Inventors; 112, Queen Victoria St., 
I^ondon, and Ponder's End, near London. 

Corticine Floor Cloth round the engine space in the Machinery 
Gallery. See Class 21. 


xxii 

Elkington & Co. ; Electro-platers and Silversmiths, Inventors ; 
Newhall St., Birmingham. 

Electro-plate for use of the staff of the Royal Commission 
living at the Royal Commission House, 40, Avenue de Suffren, 
Paris. See Class 24. 

Feetham (Mark) & Co.; Stove Manufacturers, Ironworkers, 
Engineers, Inventors; 9, Clifford St., London. 
Works, 17, Soho Square, London. 

Kitchen range, &c. in the offices of the Royal Commission, 
40, Avenue de Suffren, Champ de Mars, and in the Mechanics 
Hall, 13, Rue Dessaix Champ de Mars. See Class 27. 

Fowler, J,, & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manufacturers ; 
Steam Plough Works, Leeds; and 71, Cornhill, 
London. 

A Steam Traction Engine and Trucks for conveyance of empty 
cases from the Exhibition to the Depot. See Classes 50 and 
51. 

Galloway, W. & J., & Sons ; Knott Mill Iron Works, Man- 
chester. 

Steam Boilers, Steam Engines, and Shafting for the British 
section of the Machinery Gallery. For full description see 
Catalogue, Class 54. 

Green, E., & Son ; Engineers, Patentees, and Sole Makers ; 
Economizer Works, Wakefield. 

Fuel Economizer in connexion with Messrs. Galloway’s steam 
boilers. See Class 54. 

Hunter & English ; Engineers and Millwrights ; Bow Road, 
London. 

A Steam Launch. See Class 67. 

Lascelles, William Henry ; Builder, Manufacturer, Inventor ; 
121, Bunhill Row, London. 

Two Cottages in the grounds, designed by R. Norman Shaw, 
Esq., R.A., a Stable for a pony. For full description see 
Catalogue, Class 66; see also Classes 17 and 85. 

Lewin, David James; 110, Cannon St., London. 

A Steam Launch. See Class 67. 

Lipman & Co. ; Glasgow. 

Fire Extinguishers. For full description, see Class 67. 

McNaught & Smith ; Carriage and Harness Makers ; Worcester; 
and at 45, Park Lane, London. 

A Brougham for the use of the Royal Commission. See 
Class 62. 


xxm 


Merry weather & Sons ; Fire-engine Makers, Hydraulic and 
General Engineers, Inventors, and Patentees ; 63, Long 
Acre , York St., Lambeth, and Greenwich Road, 
London. 

Fire-engines and Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, with the 
services of a competent Fireman. See Class 54. 

Peters (Thomas) & Sons; Coach Builders ; Park St,, Grosvenor 
Square, and Upper George St., Portman Square , 
London. 

An Omnibus for the use of the Royal Commission. See 
Class 62. 

Pillischer, Moritz ; Optician and Maker of Scientific Instru- 
ments ; 88, New Bond St., I.ondon. 

A Barometrograph, and Lamps for the Office of the Royal 
Commission, 40, Avenue de Suffren, Champ de Mars. See 
Classes 15 and 27. 

The Silicated Carbon Filter Company ; Manufacturers and In- 
ventors ; Church Road, Battersea, London. 

Water Filters for use in the offices, &c. of the Royal Commis- 
sion. See Class 66. 

Shand, Mason, & Co.; Manufacturers of Steam and Manual 
Fire-engines and Fire Appliances ; 75, Upper Ground 
St., Blackfriars Rd., London. 

Fire-engines and Fire Extinguishing Apparatus. See Class 
54. 

Treloar & Sons ; Cocoa-nut Fibre Manufacturers ; Inventors ; 
69, Ludgate Hill, London. 

Cocoa-nut Mats for the offices of the Royal Commission. 
Cocoa-nut Matting and Coir Fibre Mats for the Picture Gal- 
leries of the British Section. See Class 21. 

Turtle & Pearce; Flag and Banner Manufacturers ; 11, Duke 
Street, London Bridge, London. 

One silk Royal Standard, one silk French Ensign, Ane L T nion 
Jack, one white Ensign. 

Wigzell, Halsey, & Co. ; Engineers and Ship-builders ; 82, Mark 
Lane, London. Works, Torpedo Wharf, Wandsworth, 
London. 

A Steel Torpedo Steam Launch for use on the River Seine. 
For description see Catalogue, Class 67 ; see also Class 54. 

Winfield, R. W., & Co. ; Manufacturers and Inventors ; Cam- 
bridge St. Works and Rolling Mills, Birmingham. 

The railing round the engine in the British Machinery Section. 
See Class 17. 

Zimdars, C. E. ; Manufacturer of Pneumatic Signal Apparatus ; 
Inventor ; 327, Gray's Inn Road, T.ondon. 

Pneumatic Bells, for the use of the Royal Commission in the 
Pavillion of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 


XXIV 


SYNOPSIS OF THE CLASSIFICATION. 


Group I. — Works of Art. 

Class 1. Oil Paintings. 

,, 2. Various Paintings and Drawings. 

,, 3. Sculpture and Die Sinking. 

,, 4. Architectural Drawings and Models. 

,, 5. Engravings and Lithographs. 

Group II. — Education and Instruction. — Apparatus and 
Processes of the Liberal Arts. 

Class 6. Education of Children. Primary Instruction. Instruction 
of Adults. 

,, 7 ■ Organization and Appliances for Secondary Instruction. 

,, 8. Organization, Methods, and Appliances for Superior Instruc- 

tion. 

,, 9. Printing and Books. 

„ 10. Stationery, Bookbinding; Painting and Drawing Materials. 

„ 11. General Application of the Arts of Drawing and Modelling. 

„ 12. Photographic Proofs and Apparatus. 

„ 13. Musical Instruments. 

„ 14. Medicine, Hygiene, and Public Relief. 

,, 15. Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments. 

„ 16. Maps, and Geographical and Cosmographical Apparatus. 


Group III. — Furniture and Accessories. 

Class 17. Cheap and Fancy Furniture. 

„ 18. Upholsterers’ and Decorators’ Work. 

,, 19. Crystal, Glass, and Stained Glass. 

„ 20. Pottery. 

„ 21. Carpets, Tapestry, and other Stuffs for Furniture. 

„ 22. Paper Hangings. 

,, 23. Cutlery. 

„ 24. Goldsmiths’ and Silversmiths’ work. 

„ 25. Bronzes, various Art Castings, and Repousse Work. 

„ 26. Clocks and Watches. 

„ 27. Apparatus and Processes for Heating and Lighting. 

„ 28. Perfumery. 

„ 29. Leather Work, Fancy Articles, and Basket Work. 

Group IV. — Textile Fabrics, Clothing and Accessories. 

Class 30. Cotton Thread and Fabrics. 

„ 31. Thread and Fabrics of Flax, Hemp, etc. 

„ 32. Worsted Yarn and Fabrics. 

„ 33. Woollen Yarn and Fabrics. 

,, 34. Silk and Silk Fabrics. 

,, 35. Shawls. 

„ 36. Lace, Net, Embroidery, and Trimmings. 

„ 37. Hosiery and Under-clothing, and Accessories of Clothing. 

,, 38. Clothing of both sexes. 

„ 39. Jewellery and Precious Stones. 

„ 40. Portable Weapons and Hunting and Shooting Equipments. 

„ 41. Travelling Apparatus and Camp Equipage. 

., 42. Toys. 


SYNOPSIS OP THE CLASSIFICATION. 


XXV 


Group V. — Mining Industries, Raw and Mancfactured 

Products. 

Class 43. Mining and Metallurgy. 

„ 44. Products of the Cultivation of Forests and of the Trades 

appertaining thereto. 

,, 45. Products of Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, and Spontaneous 

Products, Machines and Instruments connected there- 
with. 

„ 46. Agricultural Products not used for Food. 

,, 47. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products. 

„ 48. Chemical Processes for Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing, and 

Dressing. 

„ 49. Leather and Skins. 


Group VI. — Apparatus and Processes used in the 
Mechanical Manufactures. 

Class 50. Apparatus and Processes of the Art of Mining and Metal- 
lurgy. 

„ 51. Agricultural Implements and Processes used in the Cultiva- 

tion of Fields and Forests. 

„ 52. Apparatus and Processes used in Agricultural Works, and 

in Works for the preparation of Food. 

„ 53. Apparatus used in Chemistry, Pharmacy and Tanning. 

„ 54. Machines and Apparatus in general. 

„ 55. Machine Tools. 

„ 56. Apparatus and Processes used in Spinning and Rope 

making. 

,, 57. Apparatus and Processes used in Weaving. 

„ 58. Apparatus and Processes for Sewing and for making up 

Clothing. 

,, 59. Apparatus and Processes used in the Manufacture of Furni- 

ture and Objects for Dwellings. 

,, 60. Apparatus and Processes used in Paper making, Dyeing, and 

Printing. 

„ 61. Machines, Instruments, and Processes used in various works. 

,, 62. Carriages and Wheelwrights’ Work. 

„ 63. Harness and Saddlery. 

,, 64. Railway Apparatus. 

„ 65. Telegraphic Apparatus and Processes. 

,, 66. Apparatus and Processes of Civil Engineering, Public Works, 

and Architecture. 

„ 67. Apparatus for Navigation and Life Saving. 

„ 68. Materials and Apparatus for Military purposes. 


Group VII. — Alimentary Products. 

Class 69. Cereals, Farinaceous Products, and Products derived from 
them. 

,, 70. Bread and Pastry. 

„ 71. Fatty substances used as Food. Milk and Eggs. 

„ 72. Meat and Fish. 

„ 73. Vegetables and Fruit. 

,, 74. Condiments and Stimulants, Sugar and Confectionery. 

„ 75. Fermented Drinks. 


XXVI 


SYNOPSIS OP THE CLASSIFICATION. 


Group VIII. — Agriculture and Pisciculture. 

Class 76 . Specimens of Farm Buildings and Agricultural Works. 
„ 77. Horses, Donkeys, Mules, &c, 

„ 78. Oxen, Buffaloes, &c. 

,, 79. Sheep, Goats. 

„ 80. Pigs, Rabbits, &c. 

,, 81. Poultry. 

„ 82. Dogs. 

„ 83. Useful Insects and Noxious Insects. 

„ 84. Fish, Crustacea and Mollusca. 


Group IX. — Horticulture. 

Class 85. Conservatories and Horticultural Apparatus. 

„ 86. Flowers and Ornamental Plants. 

„ 87. Vegetables. 

„ 88. Fruit and Fruit Trees. 

„ 89. Seeds and Saplings of Forest Trees. 

„ 90. Plants for Conservatories. 


xxvn 


INDEX OR ALPHABETICAL LIST OF EXHIBITORS 

(except Fine Arts and Live Stock). 


A. 

83^ ABBOTT, C. N.: 

Fairlawn, Southall, near London. 

66. ABERNANT IRONWORKS AND COLLIERIES CO.: 

Glyn Neath, Glamorganshire, South Wales. 

54. ADAIR AND CO.: 

Neptune Street, Liverpool. 

20. ADAMS AND BROMLEY: 

Victoria Works, Broad Street, Hanley. 

34. ADAMS AND CO.: 

56a, City Road, London. 

36. ADAMS, THOMAS, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Stoney Street, Nottingham. 

43. ADDIS, J. B., AND SONS: 

Arctic Works, Sheffield. 

60. AD IE, PATRICK: 

15, Pall Mall, London. 

19. AIRE AND CALDER GLASS BOTTLE CO. (E. BREEEIT 
AND CO.): 

83, Upper Thames Street, London. 

39. AITCHISON, JAMES: 

23, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

32. AKROYD, J., AND SON, LIMITED: 

Halifax. 

62. ALDEBERT, ISAAC: 

57,58, & 59, Long Acre, London. 

64. ALDRED AND SPIELMANN : 

40 & 42, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

33. ALEXANDERS AND CO.: 

Weensland Mills, Hawick, Scotland. 

10. ALEXANDRE, J.: 

York Row, York Street, Birmingham. 

22. ALLAN, JOHN, AND SON: 

Wick Lane Works, Old Eord Road, London. 

45. ALLCOCK, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Standard Works, Redditcli. 

47. ALLEN AND HANBURYS: 

Plough Court, 37, Lombard Street, London. 

74. ALLEN, FREDERICK, AND SONS: 

Canal Road, Mile End, London. 

37. ALLEN, SOLLY, AND CO.: 

8, King Edward Street, Newgate Street, London. 

14. ALLEN, THOMAS: 

12, St. Augustine's Parade, Bristol. 


XXV111 


1NDKX. 


2(T ALLERTON, CHAS., AND SONS : 

Park Works, Longton, Staffordshire. 

54. ALLEY AND MACLELLAN: 

Sentinel Works, London Road, Glasgow. 

63. ALLSOPP, CHARLES WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

47, Pool Street, Walsall. 

38. ANDERSON, ABBOTT, AND ANDERSON: 

37, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

66. ANDERSON, DAVID, AND SON: 

Lagan Felt Works, Belfast. 

64. ANDERSON, CHRIS.: 

Hunslet Shed, Ilunslet, Leeds. 

34. ANDREW, BURRO WES, AND ATTKINS : 

59, George Street, Manchester. 

43. ANDREW, JOHN HENRY, AND CO.: 

Toledo Steel Works, Neepsend, Sheffield. 

31. ANDREWS, MICHAEL : 

Ardoyne, Belfast. 

31. ANGLO-AMERICAN ROPE AND OAKUM CO. 
(STEPHENSON AND MORGAN): 

72, South Castle Street, Liverpool. 

75. ANGLO-BAVARIAN BREWERY CO.: 

Shepton Mallet, Somerset. 

43. ANGLO-RUSSIAN IRON AND TIN PLATE CO.: 
18, New Bridge Street, Loudon. 

54. APPLEBY BROTHERS: 

Emerson Street, Southwark, London. 

37. APPLEYARD, H„ AND CO. : 

36, Lower Sackville Street, Dublin. 

67. ARMIT, R. H., R.N. 

10, Craven Street, Strand, London. 

33. ARMITAGE BROTHERS: 

New Street, Huddersfield. 

30. ARMITAGE, ELKANAH, AND SONS: 

Manchester. 

38. ARNOLD AND COLD WELLS: 

78 and 79, North End, Croydon, Surrey. 

24. ART UNION OF LONDON: 

444, West Strand, London. 

75. ARTHUR, J., AND CO.: 

4, Nicholas Parade, Bristol. 

43. ASH AND LACY: 

Meriden Street, Birmingham. 

43. ASHENHURST, J. T., AND CO.: 

51, Cardington Street, Hampstead Road, London. 

63. ASHFORD, (W. AND G.), AND WINDER: 

Essex and Kent Streets, Birmingham. 

48. ASHTON, F. W., AND CO.: 

45, Portland Street, Manchester. 

30. ASHWORTH, EDMUND, AND SONS: 

Egerton Mills, Bolton, Lancashire. 

34. ASHWORTH, M., AND CO.: 

Caldershaw Silk Mill, Rochdale, 

37. ASTON, WILLIAM : 

Princip Street Works, Birmingham. 


INDEX 


XXIX 


Class. 

47. ATKINSON, GEO., AND CO. : 

66, Aldersgate Street, London. 

28. ATKINSON, J. & E. : 

24, Old Bond Street, London. 

9. AUGENER AND CO.: 

86, Newgate Street, London. 

19. AURORA GLASS CO., LIMITED : 

21, Litchfield Street, Soho, London. 
12. AUTOTYPE CO.: 

36, Rathbone Place, London. 

51, 54. AVELING AND PORTER: 

Rochester, Kent. 

43. AVERY, WM., AND SON: 

Headless Cross, Redditch. 


B. 

27. BACON, J.L., AND CO.: 

34, Upper Gloucester Place, London. 

19. BAGLEY, WILD, AND CO.: 

Glass Works, Knottingly, Yorkshire. 

62. BAGSHAW, FRANCIS WILLIAM: 

Hill Foot Bicycle Works, Sheffield. 

9, 10. BAGSTER, S., AND SONS: 

14, Kings Road, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

60. BAILEY BROTHERS: 

71, Chancery Lane, London. 

20. BAILEY, W. AND J. A.: 

Alloa, Scotland. 

66. BAINBRIDGE AND CRIMSON : 

Oakwell Gate, Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

47. BAISS, BROTHERS, AND CO.: 

4, Jewry Street, Aldgate, London. 

43. BAKER, CHRISTOPHER, AND SONS: 

98 and 99, Lichfield Street, Birmingham. 

51. BAKER, JOHN: 

Falcon Works, Wisbech. 

51. BAKER, THOS.: 

White Wall Iron Works, Compton, Newbury, Berks. 
43. BALDWIN, E. P. AND W.: 

Wilden Iron and Tin Plate Works, near Stourport. 
51. BALL, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Rothwell, Northamptonshire. 

74. BALL, JAMES: 

12, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, London. 

67. BALLARDIE, DOUGALD: 

2, West Howard Street, Glasgow. 

75. BALLINGALL AND SON: 

Pleasance Brewery, Dundee. 

51. BAMLETT, ADAM C.: 

Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

75. BANBURY BREWERY CO.: 

Bridge Street, Banbury. 

33. BARBER, JOSHUA, AND SONS : 

Huddersfield. 


XXX 


INDEX. 


Class. 

34. BARBOUR AND MILLER: 

139, Brook Street, Mile End, Glasgow, 

31. BARBOUR, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Hilden Elax Mills, Lisburn, Ireland. 

43. BARFE, FREDERICK S.: 

Catholic University College, Kensington, London. 

51. BARFORD AND PERKINS: 

Queen Street Iron Works, Peterborough, 

30. BARLOW AND JONES, LIMITED: 

2, Portland Street, Manchester. 

25, 85. BARNARD, BISHOP, AND BARNARDS : . 

Norfolk Iron Works, Norwich. 

17. BARNARD, BRADLEY: 

107, St. Paul’s Road, Highbury, London. 

72. BARNES AND CO.: 

137, Upper Thames Street, London. 

64. BARNES, FREDERIC : 

Westwood Grange, Tylehurst, Reading. 

52. BARNETT, SON, AND FOSTER: 

20-23, Forston Street, Hoxton, London. 

70. BARR, P. W., AND CO.: 

Juniper Street, Bankhall, Liverpool. 

13. BARRATT AND ROBINSON : 

9a, Georgiana Street, Camden Town, London. 

74. BARRINGER AND BROWN: 

Rock Valley Mills, Mansfield. 

31. BARRON, W. J., AND SONS: 

Whitecross Street, London. 

31. BARROW FLAX AND JUTE CO., LIMITED: 

Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. 

67. BARROW SHIPBUILDING CO.: 

Barrow-in-Furness. 

51. BARROWS AND STEWART: 

Cherw T ell Works, Banbury. 

16. BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN: 

Chambers Street, Edinburgh. 

43, 45. BARTLEET, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Abbey Mills, Redditch. 

38. BARTRUM, HARVEY, AND CO. : 

23, Gresham Street, London. 

47. B ASHFORD, G. J. St. JOHN : 

91, Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London. 

56. BATEMAN, DANIEL, AND SONS: 

Low Moor, near Bradford, Yorkshire. 

20. BATES, WALKER, AND CO. : 

Dale Hall, Burslem. 

74. BATTY AND CO.: 

8, Finsbury Place, London. 

12. BAUDOUX, CHARLES ERNEST: 

59, New Street, St. Helier’s, Jersey. 

37. BAUER, Mks. A. W.: 

64, Oxford Street, London. 

13. BAUER, GILBERT L.: 

49, Tottenham Street, Tottenham Court Road, London 

38. BAXTER, RICHARD : 

St. James’s Green, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 


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XXXI 


Class. 

G6. BAXTER, ROBERT C. : 

Hethersett, Reigate, Surrey. 

52. BAXTER, WILLIAM HENRY: 

2, The Lawn, Brixton Hill, London. 

43. BEARD SHAW, HERBERT: 

Prior Court, Sheffield. 

12. BEAU, ADOLPHE: 

56, Welbeck Street, London. 

54. BEAUMONT, COLONEL, Royal Engineers, and 
COLONEL: 

4, Broad Sanctuary, W estminster, London. 

58. BECK, WILLIAM HENRY: 

139, Cannon Street, London. 

47. BEDDOW, B., AND SON: 

22, South Audley Street, London. 

43. BEDFORD, JOHN, AND SONS- 
Lion Works, Sheffield. 

12. BEDFORD, WILLIAM: 

326, Camden Road, London. 

34. BEHRENS, LOUIS : 

41, Portland Street, Manchester. 

15. BELL, PROFESSOR ALEX. G.: 

115, Cannon Street, London. 

54. BELL, J. M., AND CO.: 

491, Oxford Street, London. 

26. BENNETT, SIR JOHN : 

64 & 65, Cheapside, London. 

43. BENNETT, THOS., AND SONS: 

70 and 71, Turnmill Street, Farringdon Road, London. 
52. BENTALL, E. H., AND CO.: 

Hey bridge Works, Maldon, Essex. 

47. BERGER, LEWIS, AND SONS ; 

Homerton, London. 

69. BERGER, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Starch Works, Bromley-by-Bow, London. 

54. BERNAYS, JOSEPH: 

96, Newgate Street, London. 

67. BERTHON BOAT CO., LIMITED: 

30, Bedford Row, London, 

17. BERTRAM AND SON: 

100 and 101, Dean Street, Soho, London. 

66. BESSBROOK GRANITE CO.: 

Bessbrook, Ireland. 

10. BEST INK CO. : 

48, Edgware Road, London. 

66. BETHELL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

38, King William Street, City, London. 

24, 26, 29. BETJEMANN, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

36, 38, and 40, Pentonville Road, London. 

75. BEVAN, JOHN JAMES: 

1, Bath Terrace, Farnham, Surrey. 

47. BEWLEY AND DRAPER: 

23, Mary Street, Dublin. 

67. BIFFEN, WILLIAM HENRY, Jun.: 

7, Commercial Road, Bedford. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

75. BINDLEY AND CO.: 

The Brewery, Burton-on-Trent. 

32. BINN’S ENDLESS BAND CO., LIMITED : 

Oak Mills, Low Moor, Bradford. 

33. B IRC HALL, J. D., AND CO.: 

Wellington Street, Leeds. 

34. BIRCHENOUGH, JOHN: 

145, Cheapside, London. 

43. BIRD, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

2, Laurence Pountney Hill, London. 

38. BIRNBAUM, BERNARD: 

21, 22, and 23, New Broad Street, London. 

67. BIRT, J. AND A. W.: 

Dock Street, London. 

9. BLACK, A. AND C.: 

Edinburgh. 

64. BLACK, HAWTHORN, AND CO.: 

Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

10. BLACKIE AND SON: 

17, Stanhope Street, Glasgow. 

9. BLACKIE, W. G., AND CO.: 

Villafield Works, Glasgow. 

38. BLACKLOCK, GOUDIE, AND CO.: 

69, Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 

10. BLACKWOOD AND CO.: 

18, Bread Street Hill, London. 

9. BLACKWOOD, W., AND SONS : 

45, George Street, Edinburgh. 

60. BLADES, EAST, AND BLADES: 

11, Abchurch Lane, City, London. 

57. BLEZARD, J., AND SONS: 

Guy Foundry, Padiham, Lancashire. 

63. BLISS, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

13 and 15, Sun Street, Finsbury, London. 

33. BLISS, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Chipping Norton. 

•5. BOAKE AND CO. 

Stratford, near London. 

51. BOBY, ROBERT: 

St. Andrew’s Works, Bury St. Edmunds. 

33. BOGUE, LEES, AND CO.: 

Comely Bank Mill, Galashiels, Scotland. 

10. BOND, Mrs. M. A. (now HICKISSON) : 

75, Southgate Road, London. 

31,34. BONSOR, CHARLES: 

Phoenix Works, Ings Road, Wakefield. 

38. BOSTOCK, EDWIN AND FREDERICK: 

Stafford and Northampton. 

12. BOUCHER, ALBERT: 

15, King’s Road, Brighton. 

21. BOULINIKON FLOOR CLOTH AND MANUFACTURING CO., 
LIMITED : 

Worsley Street, Salford, Manchester. 

85. BOULTON AND PAUL: 

Rose Lane Works, Norwich. 


INDEX. 


Class. 

62. BOURKE, SURGEON-MAJOR J. H., M.D. : 

Care of Vesey W. Holt & Co., 17, Whitehall Place, London. 

54. BOURNE, JOHN, AND CO.: 

66, Mark Lane, London. 

47. BOWDLER AND BICKERDIKE: 

Eagle Chemical Works, Church, Lancashire. 

54. BOWING’S PATENT FILTER PRESS CO., LIMITED: 

184, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, London. 

10. BOWMAN, C.: 

6, King Street, Tower Hill, London. 

63. BOWN, W. : 

308, Summer Lane, Birmingham. 

85. BOYD, JAMES, AND SONS : 

Macdowall Street, Paisley. 

47. BOYD, SON, AND CO.: 

76, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin. 

15. BOYD, — . 

236, Rue de Rivoli, Paris. 

66. BOYLE, ROBERT, AND SON: 

100, Mitchell Street, Glasgow. 

43. BRABY, FREDERICK, AND CO.: 

356 to 360, Euston Road, London. 

58. BRADBURY AND CO., LIMITED: 

Wellington Works, Oldham. 

52, 54. BRADFORD, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

Crescent Iron Works, Salford, Manchester. 

50. BRAKELL, C.: 

7, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London. 

72, 74. BRAND AND CO.: 

11, Little Stanhope Street, Mayfair, London. 

12, 67. BRICE, WILLIAM A. : 

Care of Clifford Poulter, 4a, Middle Temple Lane, London. 

33. BRIER, GEORGE : 

Canal Bridge Mills, Huddersfield. 

38. BR1GHTMAN BROTHERS: 

Lewin’s Mead, Bristol. 

13. BRINSMEAD, JOHN, AND SONS: 

18, Wigmore Street, London. 

21. BRINTON, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Kidderminster. 

62. BRISTOL WAGGON WORKS CO., LIMITED- 
Lawrence Hill, Bristol. 

9. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY: 

146, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

47. BRITISH AND FOREIGN MINERAL WATER CO : 

382, New City Road, Glasgow. 

65. BRITISH TELEGRAPH MANUFACTORY, LIMITED: 

374, Euston Road, London. 

29. BRITISH XYLONITE CO., LIMITED • 

124, High Street, Homerton, London. 

50. BROADBENT, ROBERT, AND SON: 

Pncenix Iron Works, Stalybridge. 

34. BROCKLEHURST, J. T., AND SONS : 

Macclesfield. 

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XXXIV 


INDEX. 


Class. 

39. BROG DEN, JOHN: 

16, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London. 

33. BROOK, J. s D. : 

4, Park Place, Leeds. 

30. BROOK, JONAS, AND BROTHERS: 

Meltham Mills, near Huddersfield. 

66. BROOKE, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

Fieldhouse Fire-clay Works, Huddersfield. 

33. BROOKE, JAMES, AND SON : 

Bradley Mills, Huddersfield. 

47. BROOKE, SIMPSON, AND SPIELER: 

50, Old Broad Street, London. 

23. BROOKES AND CROOKES: 

Atlantic Works, Sheffield. 

13. BROOKS, ROBERT: 

Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire. 

9. BROOKS (VINCENT), DAY, AND SON: 

Gate Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. 

47. BROOMHEAD, GEORGE E. : 

11, Union Place, Aberdeen. 

43. BROOMHILL COAL CO. : 

Newcastle-on -Tyne. 

34. BROUGH (J. AND J.), NICHOLSON, AND CO.: 

Leek, Staffordshire. 

54. BROUGHTON COPPER CO., LIMITED: 

Broughton Copper Works, Manchester. 

43. BROWN, BAYLET, AND DIXON, LIMITED : 

Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield. 

54. BROWN, B. AND J., AND CO.: 

39, Charlotte Street, Blaekfriars Road, London. 

17. BROWN BROTHERS (Late W. SCOTT MORTON AND CO.) . 

Caledonian Crescent, Dairy Road, Edinburgh. 

33. BROWN BROTHERS : 

Buckholm Mill, Galashiels. 

47. BROWN, EDWARD, AND SONS : 

67, Princes Street, Leicester Square, London. 

68. BROWN, JOHN, AND CO„ LIMITED : 

Atlas Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield. 

51. BROWN, J. B., AND CO.: 

90, Cannon Street, London. 

33. BROWN, JOHN: 

Lion Mills, Bay Hall, Huddersfield. 

33. BROWN, LINSTEAD, AND CO. : 

4, Duke Street, Manchester. 

13. BROWN, RICHARD, AND SON: 

324, Kennington Road, London. 

33. BROWN, WILLIAM, AND SONS : 

Wilderbank Mills, Galashiels, Scotland. 

20. BROWNHILLS POTTERY CO.: 

Tunstall, Staffordshire. 

12. BROWNRIGG, T. M.: 

Artington House, Guildford. 

20. BR.OWN-WESTHEAD (T. C.), MOORE, AND CO.: 

Cauldon Place, Staffordshire Potteries. 


INDEX. 


XXXV 


Class. 

9. BRUCKMANN, F. : 

17, Southampton Street, Strand, London. 

67. BRUNE AND CO. : 

Eden Street, Hampstead Road, London 

50. BRUNTON, WM„ AND CO. : 

Cambrian Safety Fuse Works, Wrexham. 

50. BRUNTON, AND TRIER: 

Ransome’s Foundry, Battersea. 

33. BRYDONE AND BROWN: 

Yarrow Mill, Selkirk. 

52. BUCHANAN, G., AND CO.: 

25, Bucklersbury, London. 

45. BUCHANAN, JAMES: 

58, Dale Street, Tradeston, Glasgow. 

10. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE MILLBOARD CO. : 

The- Lower Mills, Wooburn. 

33. BULL AND WILSON: 

52, St. Martin’s Lane, London. 

60. BULLIVANT, TIIOS. : 

104, Ledbury Road, Bayswater, London. 

38* BURBIDGE AND ROWLEY: 

Middle Street, Aldersgate Street, London. 

51. BURGESS AND KEY: 

Holborn Viaduct, London. 

66. BURGH CASTLE PORTLAND CEMENT CO., LIMITED : 
Burgh Castle, Great Yarmouth. 

47. BURGOYNE, BURBIDGES, CYRIAX, AND FARRIES: 
16, Coleman Street, London. 

51. BURN ARD, LACK, AND ALGER: 

Plymouth. 

52. BURNEY AND CO.: 

Millwall Docks, London 

43. BURNHOPE COAL CO. : 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

43. BURYS AND CO., LIMITED: 

Regent Works, Sheffield. 

50. BUSH AND DE SOYRES: 

Bristol Iron Foundry, St. Philip’s, Bristol. 

62. BUSH, JOHN, AND CO.: 

200, Camberwell Road, London. 

47,74. BUSH, WILLIAM JOHN, AND CO.: 

20 to 23, Artillery Lane, Bishopsgate Street, London. 

21. BUTCHART, LINDSAY, AND CO. : 

Linen Works, Dundee. 

33. BYROM, ROBERT: 

Slackcote Mills, Delph, near Manchester. 


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XXXVI 


TNDKX. 


c. 

18. CAIRNS, PETER : 

4, Livingston Place, Portobello, near Edinburgh , 
74. CALLARD AND BOWSER : 

20, Einchlej Road, London. 

43. CAMBRIAN PATENT PUEL CO., LIMITED : 

Masonic Hall Chambers, Cardiff, South Wales. 

19. 18. CAMM BROTHERS: 

41, Frederick Street, Birmingham. 

68. CAMMELL, C., AND CO., LIMITED- 
Cyclops Works, Sheffield. 

20. CAMPBELL BRICK AND TILE CO.: 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

66. CAMPBELL, HUGH, AND SON: 

Moor Quarries, Newry, Ireland. 

66. CANDY AND CO. : 

Chudleigh Road Station, Newton Abbot, Devon. 
47. CANTRELL AND COCHRANE: 

Nassau Place, Dublin. 

17. CAPEL, HENRY: 

26, Great Titchfield St., London. 

30. CARLILE, JAMES, SONS, AND CO.: 

Bankend Mills, Paisley. 

33. CARR, ISAAC, AND CO.: 

Twerton Mills, Bath. 

52. CARR, THOMAS, Trustees of the late : 

39, Broad Street, Bristol. 

47. CARRUTHERS AND ALLAN: 

60, Robertson Street, Glasgow. 

51. CARSON AND TOONE: 

Wiltshire Foundry, Warminster. 

52. CARTER, J. HARRISON: 

82, Mark Lane, London. 

85. CARTER, DUNNETT, AND BEALE: 

High Holborn, London. 

35. CASHMERE, MAHARAJAH OF. 

Sirinaghar, Cashmere, India. 

43. CASTLE IRON CO. (See NETTLEFOLDS) : 

16, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

75. CATTO, JAMES: 

21^, Adelphi, Aberdeen. 

29,41. CAVE, II. J., AND SONS: 

40, Wigmore Street, London. 

15. CETTI, E., AND CO.: 

11 and 31, Brooke Street, Holborn, London. 

67. CHADBURNAND SON: 

11, Waterloo Road, Liverpool. 

63. CTI ALLEN AND SON: 

20, Oxford Street, London. 

69. CHAMBERLIN, JAMES: 

Post Office Street, Norwich. 

43. CHAMBERS, G., AND CO.: 

Redditch. 


INDEX. 


Class. 

47. CHAMBERS, JAMES, AND CO. : 

73, Great Tower Street, London. 

13. CHANOT, GEORGE : 

103, Wardour Street, London. 

29. CHAPMAN, SON, AND CO.: 

2 and 3, Charterhouse Buildings, London. 

66. CHATWOOD, SAMUEL: 

120, Cannon Street, London. 

66. CHEAVIN, GEORGE: 

Wide Bargate Eilter Works, Boston, Lincolnshire. 

33. CHILD, WILLIAM: 

Shelley, near Huddersfield. 

70. CHRISTIE AND CO.: 

Royal Mint Street, City, London. 

63. CHRISTIE, WILLIAM : 

35, Station Street, Walsall. 

38. CHRISTY. J. E. AND W., AND CO.: 

35, Gracechureh Street, London. 

86. CHRISTY, THOMAS, & CO. : 

155, Eenchurch Street, London. 

86. CHRISTY, THOMAS, E.L.S. : 

155, Eenchurch Street, London. 

30. CHRISTY, W. M., AND SONS, LIMITED : 

14, West Mosley Street, Manchester. 

24, 25, 66. CHUBB AND SON: 

128, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

34. CLABBURN, SONS, AND CRISP: 

Pitt Street, Norwich. 

71. CLANCHY, T. J.: 

Munster Dairies Depot, Cork. 

66. CLARK AND CO.: 

Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London. 

30. CLARK AND CO.: 

Anchor Mills, Paisley. 

30. CLARK, J„ AND CO. : 

Paisley Thread Works, Paisley. 

33. CLARK, JOHN AND THOMAS: 

Trowbridge. 

49. CLARK, SON, AND MORLAND: 

Glastonbury. 

43. CLARK, T. AND C„ AND CO.: 

Shakespeare Eoundry, Wolverhampton. 

68. CLARK, CAPTAIN EDWARD PODMORE: 

33, Green Park, Bath 

• 63. CLARK, WILLIAM : 

232, Oxford Street, London. 

11. CLARKE, C. PURDON: 

16, Earl’s Court Gardens, Brompton, London. 

43. CLARKE, HENRY, & CO. : 

17, Gracechureh Street, London. 

70. CLARKE, W. G. : 

Regent’s Canal, Commercial Road, Limehouse, London. 


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XXXV11 L 


INDEX. 


Class. 

51, 54. CLAYTON AND SHUTTLE WORTH: 

Lincoln. 

34. CLAYTON, MARSDENS, HOLDEN, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Wellington Mills, Halifax. 

28. CLEAVER, F. S., AND SONS: 

32 and 33, Red Lion Street, Holborn, London. 

33. CLEGG, JESSE : 

King’s Head Buildings, Huddersfield. 

43. CLEVELAND IRONMASTERS’ ASSOCIATION, AND NORTH 
OF ENGLAND IRON MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION: 
Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough. 

66. CLIFF, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

Fire Ciay Works, Wortley, Leeds. 

25. COALBROOKDALE CO. : 

Coalbrookdale, Shropshire. 

30. COATS, J. AND P. : 

Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley. 

33. COCHRANE, ADAM L., AND BROTHERS: 

Netherdale, Galashiels, Scotland. 

57. COCKILL, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Liversedge, Yorkshire. 

62. COCKSHOOT, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Manchester. 

52. CODD, HIRAM, AND CO.: 

51, King William Street, City, London. 

54. COHNE. SIGISMUND: 

13, Sise Lane, London. 

8. COLE, ARTHUR C., AND SON: 

St. Domingo House, Oxford Gardens, Notting Hill, London. 

51. COLEMAN AND MORTON: 

London Road Iron Works, Chelmsford, Essex. 

9. COLLING RIDGE, W. H. AND L. : 

128 and 129, Aldersgate Street, London. 

18, 66. COLLINSON AND LOCK: 

169, Fleet Street, London. 

6. COLMAN AND GLENDENNING: 

23, Warwick Lane, London. 

47, 52, 69, 74. COLMAN, J AND J.: 

108, Cannon Street, London. 

J 1 . COLTMAN, WILLIAM : 

332, High Street, Cheltenham. 

66. COLTHURST, SYMONS, AND CO.: 

Bridgewater. 

43. COLVER BROS. : 

Pilot W orks, Sheffield. 

56 COMBE, BARBOUR, AND COMBE: 

Falls Foundry, Belfast. 

43. COMPAGNIE HOUILLIERE DE GRAIGOLA. 

Merthyr, Swansea. 

19. CONSTABLE, WILLIAM HENRY: 

The Avenue, Cambridge. 

47, 51. COOK, EDWARD, AND CO.: 

East London Chemical Works, Bow, London. 

43. COOKE BROTHERS: 

Constitution Hill, Birmingham. 


INDEX. 


XXXIX 


Class. 

50. COOKE, JOSEPH, AND CO. : 

Lawley Street, Belmont Passage, Birmingham. 

21. COOKE, SONS, AND CO.: 

12, Friday Street, City, London. 

18. COOPER, H. AND J.: 

8 and 9, Great Pulteney Street, Golden Square, London. 

49. COOPER, FREDERICK E.: 

29, Crimseott Street, Bermondsey, London. 

62. COOPER, JAMES CHARLES: 

111, Long Acre, London. 

20. COPELAND, W. T., AND SONS: 

160, New Bond Street, London. 

36. COPESTAKE, HUGHES, CRAMPTON, AND CO.: 

5, Bow Church Yard, City, London. 

52. COPPARD, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Albion Works, Devonshire Street, Soho, Birmingham. 

51. CORBETT AND PEELE: 

Perseverance Iron Works, Shrewsbury. 

43. CORBETT, JOHN, M.P.: 

Stoke Prior Salt Works, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. 

21. CORBIERE, SON, AND BRINDLE : 

30, Cannon Street, London. 

52. CORCORAN, WITT, AND CO.: 

28, Mark Lane, London. 

75. CORK DISTILLERIES’ CO., LIMITED: 

Morrison’s Island, Cork, Ireland. 

10. CORNELISSEN, L., AND SON: 

22, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn, London. 

34. CORNES, W. W., AND CO.: 

Park Mills, Macclesfield. 

47. CORRY, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Cromac Street, Belfast. 

21. CORTICINE FLOOR COVERING CO.: 

112, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

56. COTTON, STEPHEN: 

Brookfield Foundry, Belfast. 

51. COULTAS, JAMES : 

Perseverance Ironworks, Spittlegate, Grantham. 

31. THE COUNTY DOWN FLAX SPINNING AND WEAVING CO., 
LIMITED : 

Donegall Square South, Belfast. 

34. COURTAULD, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

19, Aldermanbury, London. 

10. COWAN, ALEXANDER, AND SON: 

50, Cannon Street, London. 

53 . COWAN, W. AND B. : 

Church Street, Millbank, London. 

57. CRAIG, A. F., AND CO. : 

Caledonia Engine Works, Paisley. 

38. CRAIG, CHRISTIE, AND CO. : 

23, Potterrow, Edinburgh. 

43. CRAMLINGTON COAL CO.: 

N ewcastle-on-Ty ne. 

20. CRAVEN, DUNNILL, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Jackfield Works, near Ironbridge, Salop, 


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INDEX* 


V-'XttOS. ^ _ 

30. CREWDSON, CROSSES, AND CO., LIMITED : 
40, Portland Street, Manchester. 

8. CRISP, EDWARDS, M.D.: 

16, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, London. 

67. CRISPIN, WILLIAM HENRY: 

Marsh Gate Lane, Stratford, London. 

34. CR1TCHLEY, BRINSLEY, AND CO.: 
Macclesfield. 

10. CROMPTON, JAMES R. : 

Elton Paper Mills, Bury, Lancashire. 

72. CROSSE AND BLACKWELL. 

21, Soho Square, London. 

56. CROSSLEY (JOHN) AND SONS, LIMITED: 
Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

15. CROUCH, HENRY : 

66, Barbican, London. 

39, CROUCH, JOSEPH M.: 

203 and 221, Regent Street, London. 

39. CROUCH, WM. ALBERT: 

264, Regent Street, London. 

52. CROWLEY, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Meadow Hall Ironworks, Sheffield. 

28. CROWN PERFUMERY CO. (W. S. THOMSON) 
177, New Bond Street, London. 

66. CUBITT, WILLIAM, AND CO. : 

258, Grays’ Inn Road, London. 

67. CUNARD, BURNS, AND MAC IVER : 

8, Water Street, Liverpool. 

38. CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER) AND CO. : 

230, Leith Walk, Edinburgh. 

67. CUNNINGHAM, SHAW, AND CO. : 

24, Water Street, Liverpool. 

74. CURE, THOMAS : 

7, School Hill, Aberdeen. 

38. CURRIE, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Dairy Road, Edinburgh. 

66. CWMORTHIN SLATE CO., LIMITED: 
Portmadoc, North Wales. 


D. 


30. DACCA TWIST CO.: 

96-104, Portland Stieet, Manchester. 

48. DALGLISH (R.), FALCONER, AND CO. : 
Glasgow. 

12 15. DALLMEYER, JOHN HENRY: 

19, Bloomsbury Street, London. 

33, DALZIEL, JAMES, AND CO.: 

Tweedholm Mill, Walkerburn, Scotland. 

39. DAMON, ROBERT: 

4, Pulteney Buildings, Weymouth. 

10. DANE AND CO. : 

33, Bouverie Street, London. 


IiNDEX. 


x)i 


Class. 

9. DANGERFIELD, FREDERICK : 

22, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London. 

20. DANIELL, A. B., AND SON: 

46, Wigmore Street, London. 

8. DARRAGH, THOMAS: 

7, College Square North, Belfast. 

15. DARTON, F., AND CO.: 

45, Saint John Street, West Smithfield, London. 

51. DAVEY, PASMAN, AND CO.: 

Colchester. 

52. DAVIES AND SNEADE: 

19 and 21, Cheapside, Liverpool. 

50. DAVIES, DAVID : 

Viaduct Works, Crumlin, near Newport, Mon. 

63. DAVIS AND WILSON: 

37 and 38, Sun Street West, Birmingham. 

52. DAVIS’S EXCELSIOR KNIFE CLEANING MACHINE CO.: 

69, Leadenhail Street, London. 

23. DAVIS, J. C.: 

69, Leadenhail Street, London. 

31. DAWSON, MARK, AND SON: 

Springhead Mills, Bowling, Bradford. 

34. DEAN, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Monk Street Mills, Derby. 

37. DEBENHAM AND FREEBODY: 

27, 29, 31, Wigmore Street, London. 

49. DEED, JOHN S., AND SONS: 

451, Oxford Street, London. 

52. DELL, W. R., AND SON: 

26, Mark Lane, London. 

66. DE MICHELE, VICTOR D. : 

Cliffe Creek, Rochester. 

33. DENHAM, W., AND CO. : 

Britannia Mills, Colne Road, Huddersfield. 

51. DENTON, HENRY: 

St. Peter’s Ironworks, Wolverhampton. 

36. DE ROTHSCHILD, LADY : 

Tring Park, Tring, Hertfordshire. 

47. DESOTO ALKALI CO., LIMITED : 

Widnes, Lancashire. 

43. DEVON GREAT CONSOLS CO., LIMITED: 

134, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, City, London. 

30. DEWHURST, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Belle Vue Mills, Skipton. 

54. DEWRANCE, JOHN, AND CO.: 

176, Great Dover Street, Southwark, London. 

43. DIAMOND FUEL CO., LIMITED: 

23, Old Broad Street, London. 

50. DIAMOND ROCK BORING COS. OF LONDON; 

4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London. 

74. DICKINSON BROTHERS AND CO.: 

4, Fenchureh Buildings, Loudon. 

45. DICKSON, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Gilmore Park, West Fountainbridge, Edinburgh. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

29. DIXIE, Mrs. MARGARET : 

13, Wilmington Square, London. 

49. DIXON, JOHN, SONS, AND TAYLOR: 

Manning Street, Bermondsey, London. 

56. DOBSON AND BARLOW: 

Kay Street Works, Bolton. 

54. DOBSON, THOMAS SAMUEL, AND CO.. 

Stoney Street, Nottingham. 

54. DODMAN, ALFRED: 

St. James’s Iron Works, King’s Lynn. 

33. DODGSHUN, ISAAC, AND CO.: 

86, Basingliall Street, Leeds. 

15. DOLLOND AND CO. : 

1, Ludgate Hill, London. 

32. D ONI STH OK BE, A. R.: 

Leicester. 

32. DORRINGTON, B., AND CO. : 

42 & 43, Gutter Lane, London. 

20, 66. DOULTON AND CO.: 

High Street, Lambeth, London. 

20, 53, 66. DOULTON AND WATTS: 

Lambeth Pottery, London. 

20, 66. DOULTON, II., AND CO.: 

High Street, Lambeth, London. 

46, 85. DRAPER, JOHN: 

22, Great Winchester Street, London. 

13. DREAPER, W. H. AND G. II.: 

96, Bold Street, Liverpool. 

42. DRISCOLL, HENRY: 

Steam Mills, Baron Street, Pentonville, London. 

61. DUGGAN, THOMAS: 

Howtli View, Glasnevin, Dublin. 

66. DUNBALL STEAM POTTERY TILE AND BRICK CO.. 

D unball, Bridgewater. 

67. DUNLOP, R. II. WALLACE, C.B.: 

12, Kent Gardens, Ealing, Middlesex. 

66. DUNNACIIIE, JAMES: 

Glenboig Star Fire-brick Works, near Coatbridge, Scotland. 
10. DUNN AND CO.: 

31, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, London. 

74. DUNN AND HEWETT: 

136, Pentonville Road, Loudon, 

75. DUNYILLE AND CO.: 

Belfast, Ireland. 

52. DUVALLON AND LLOYD: 

Atlas Works, Oozell Street, Birmingham. 

33. DYSON, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

Huddersfield. 


E. 

59. EAGLES, THOMAS D.: 

23, Fenchurch Street, London. 

67. EAST AND WEST INDIA DOCK CO. (J. L. Du Plat Tayl. 
Secretary) : 

Dock House, Billiter Square, London. 


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Class.. 

52. EASTWOOD, JAMES, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Bold Street, Preston, Lancashire. 

18. EBBUTT, ALFRED C.-. 

(Opposite the Town Hall), Croyclon, Surrey. 

38. EDDISON, THOMAS: 

Junction Works, Whitehall Road, Leeds. 

64. EDGE, CHARLES A.: 

2 1 , Bennett’s Hill, Birmingham. 

41. EDGINGTON, BENJAMIN: 

2, Duke Street, London Bridge, Eondon, 

69. EDMUNDS AND CATER : 

38, Craven Road, Bayswater, London. 

66. EDWARDS, GEORGE : 

147, Brompton Road, London. 

20. EDWARDS, JOHN : 

King Street, Fenton, Staffordshire. 

54. EDWARDS, WILLIAM JOHN: 

20, Market Place, Manchester. 

40. ELEY BROTHERS, LIMITED: 

254, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

24. ELKINGTON AND CO.: 

Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

12. ELLIOTT AND FRY : 

55, Baker Street, London. 

64. EMBLETON, MACKENZIE, AND CO.: 

10, Arthur Street, London Bridge, London. 

12. ENGLAND, WILLIAM: 

7, St. James’s Square, Netting Hill, Eondon. 

9. ENOCH AND SONS: 

19, Holies Street, Cavendish Square, London. 

10. ERHARDT, H., AND CO.: 

9, Bond Court, Walbrook, Loudon. 

30. ERMEN AND ROBY: 

7, Southgate, Manchester. 

52. ETZENSBERGER, ROBERT U.: 

The Midland Grand Hotel, London. 

34. EVANS, DAVID, AND CO. : 

1, Wood Street, Cheapside, Loudon. 

43. EVANS, D., AND II. C.: 

Ferryside Chambers, Swansea. 

49. EVANS, P. AND S., AND CO.: 

Avonside Tannery, Bristol. 

75. EVANS, RICHARD, AND CO. : 

Wrexham. 

30. EVANS, WALTER, AND CO.: 

Boar’s Head Cotton Manufactory, Derby. 

43. EVANS, EDWARD: 

Blue Stone Quarry. Nantglyn, Denbigh, North Wales. 
47. EVERETT AND CO.: 

51, Fetter Lane, London. 

43. EVERITT, ALLEN, AND SONS: 

Kingston Metal Works, Birmingham. 

66. EWART, RICHARD: 

Ravensthorpe, Yorkshire. 


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INDEX. 


F. 

pi n no 

54. FAIJA, HENRY : 

4, Great Queen Street, Westminster, London. 

56. FAIRBAIRN, KENNEDY, AND NAYLOR: 

Leeds. 

64. FAIRLIE ENGINE CO.: 

Palace Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, London. 

27. FALKIRK IRON CO. : 

67, Upper Thames Street, London. 

35. FARMER AND ROGERS: 

171, Regent Street, London. 

51. FARMER, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

Dunster House, Mark Lane, Londou. 

12. FAULKNER, ROBERT, AND CO.: 

21, Baker Street Portman Square, London. 

47. FAYOLLE, GUSTAVE: 

47, Mark Lane, London. 

27. FEETHAM, MARK, AND CO.. 

9, Clifford Street, Bond Street, London. 

75. FERGUSON AND SON: 

116, Broad Street, Reading. 

30. FERGUSON BROTHERS: 

Holme Head Works, near Carlisle. 

39. FETHERSTON, JOHN J.: 

2, Coppinger’s Row, Dublin. 

38. FIELD AND SONS: 

113-115, Fore Street, City, Londou. 

66. FINCH, JOHN: 

9, Buckingham Street, Strand, London. 

12. FISK, ALFRED S.: 

St. John Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

36. FLATAU, A. AND W., AND CO.: 

Ropemaker Street, Finsbury, London. 

10. FLEMING, A. B., AND CO.: 

Caroline Park, Edinburgh. 

10. FLETCHER, R., AND SON: 

Kersley Paper Works, Stoneclough, near Manchester. 

49. FLITCH, J. J., AND SON: 

Springwell Leather Works, Buslingthorpe, Leeds. 

18. FOLEY, ARTHUR: 

Fisherton Cabinet Works, Salisbury. 

85. FOLLOWS AND BATE : 

Dutton Street Works, Manchester. 

74. FONDCLAIR BROTHERS : 

Putney Hills, Madura, Madras. 

47. FORSTER AND GREGORY: 

Lonesome Chemical Works, Streatham Common, near London. 
32. FOSTER, JOHN, AND SON: 

Black Dike Mills, Queensbury, near Bradford. 

32. FOSTER, WILLIAM AND HENRY: 

Denholme Mills, nearRingley, Yorkshire. 


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xlv 


Class. 

19. FOURACRE (J. T.), AND WATSON: 

Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon. 

50, 51. FOWLER, JOHN, AND CO.: 

71, Cornhill, London. 

43. FOX, CHARLES, AND SON: 

15, Old Change, Cannon Street, London. 

85. FOX, J. CAVEN : 

Royal Horticultural Gardens, South Kensington, London. 

64. FOX, WALKER, AND CO.: 

Atlas Engine Works, Bristol. 

39, 45. FRANC ATI AND SANTAMARIA: 

65, Hatton Garden, London. 

66. FRANCIS AND CO.: 

Bridge Foot, Vauxhall, London. 

43. FRANCIS, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

Lion Nail Works, Spai'kbrook, Birmingham. 

33. FRASER AND SMITH: 

Church Street, Inverness. 

26. FRODSHAM, G. E. : 

31, Gracechurch Street, London. 

49. FROST, EDWIN : 

197, Upper Thames Street, London. 

74. FRY, J. S., AND SONS: 

12, Union Street, Bristol. 

12. FRY, SAMUEL: 

9, Surbiton Park Terrace, Kingston-on-Thames. 

50. FUSSELL, JAMES, SONS, AND CO.: 

Mells Ironworks, near Frome, Somerset. 

38. FYFE AND ROBINSON : 

9 and 10, Maidenhead Court, Aldersgate Street, London. 


G, 


14. GABRIEL, MESSRS.: 

72, Ludgate Hill, London. 

64. GAGE, THOMAS: 

53, Tindal Street, Bishop’s Road, North Brixton, London. 
54. GALLOWAY, W. AND J., AND SONS: 

Knott Mill Iron Works, Manchester. 

59, 66. GARDNER, A., AND SON: 

36, Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 

20, 27, 36. GARDNER, JOHN, AND SONS: 

453 and 454, Strand, London. 

51, 54. GARRETT, RICHARD, AND SONS : 

Lciston Works, Saxmundham, Suffolk. 

17. GARRETT, RHODA AND AGNES: 

2, Gower Street, London. 

52. GERAUT, E., AND CO.: 

1 and 2, Corporation Buildings, Farringdon Road, London. 
47. GERRARD, A. W. : 

153, Liverpool Road, London. 

71. GEYEL1N AND CO.: 

Belgrave House, Argyle Square, London. 


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INDEX. 


MJ^GIBBONS, B., Jun.: 

Lower Gornal, near Stourbridge. 

40. GIBBS, G.: 

29, Corn Street, Bristol. 

51. GIBBS, JAMES, AND CO.: 

16, Mark Lane, London. 

34. GIBSON, S., Jon.: 

Wellington Mill, Leek, Staffordshire. 

39. GIBSON, WILLIAM: 

Donegall Place, Belfast. 

47. GIDNEY, CLARK, AND CO. : 

West Ham Abbey, Stratford, near London. 

51. GILBERT, WILLIAM: 

Shippon, Abingdon, Berkshire. 

lft. GILLOTT, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

Victoria Works, Graham Street, Birmingham. 

17. GILLOW AND CO.: 

176, Oxford Street, London. 

33. GLEDIIILL, THOMAS : 

Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

66. GLENBOIG FIRE CLAY CO.: 

68, Bath Street, Glasgow. 

47. GLOVER, HENRY, SON, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Ilammerton Street Works, Leeds Road, Bradford. 

43. GLOVER, WILLIAM, JAMES, AND CO.: 

St. Helen’s Lancashire. 

12. GODBOLD AND BASEBE: 

8, Grand Parade, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

39. GOGGIN, JEREMIAH: 

74, Grafton Street, Dublin. 

62, GOLD, HENRY: 

Castle Carriage Works, Francis Road, Windsor. 

47. GOLDING, DAVIS, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Marsh Alkali Works, Widnes, Lancashire. 

66. GOLDSWORTHY, T., AND SONS : 

Hulme, Manchester. 

56. GOODALL, A., AND SONS: 

Clifton Bridge Mills, Brighouse, Yorkshire. 

10, 61. GOODALL, CHARLES, AND SON: 

24, Great College Street, Camden Town, London. 

20. GOODE, THOMAS, AND CO. : 

19, South Audley Street, London. 

43. GORDON, A. M c C., AND CO.: 

59 to 61, Bridgewater Street, Liverpool. 

51. GOULDING, W. AND H. M„ LIMITED: 

Dublin. 

66. GRAHAM, S. J. CROOK, AND CO. (Executors of the late) 
Premier Street, Boothtown, Halifax. 

69. GRANT, JOHN: 

Craig Mills, Strathmartine, by Dundee. 

66. GRANT, ROBERT: 

9, Tolbooth Wynd, Peterhead, Scotland. 

40. GRANT, STEPHEN: 

67a, St. James’s Street, London. 


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xlvii 


Class. 

43. GRANVILLE, THE EARL: 

Shelton Colliery ami Iron Works, Stoke-upon-Trent. 

9. GRAPHIC, PROPRIETORS OF THE: 

190, Strand, London. 

14. GRAY, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Truss Works, New George Street, Moor, Sheffield. 

43. GREAT WESTERN COLLIERY CO.: 

35, West Rute Street, Cardiff. 

60. GREAVES, WILLIAM: 

Vincent Machine Works, Gelderd Road, Leeds. 

74. GREEN AND STEMBRIDGE: 

54 and 55, Cornwall Road, Lambeth, London. 

54. GREEN, EDWARD, AND SON: 

Economiser Works, Wakefield. 

19, 20. GREEN, JAMES, AND NEPHEW- 
107, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

17. GREEN, CHARLES: 

2, Bank Street, Sheffield. 

11. GREEN, JAMES: 

20, Moore Street, Chelsea, London. 

74. GREEN, JOHN: 

12, Graham Terrace, Ridley Road, Kingsland, London. 
40. GREENER, W. W. : 

St. Mary’s Square, Birmingham. 

30. GREENIIALGH AND SONS : 

Field Mill, Mansfield. 

43. GREENING, N., AND SONS: 

Warrington. 

31. GREENMOUNT SPINNING CO.: 

44, Upper Queen Street, Belfast. 

14. GREENWAY, HENRY (Surgeon) : 

Ham Street, Plymouth. 

58. GREENWOOD AND BATLEY: 

Albion Works, Leeds. 

18. GREGORY AND CO.: 

212, Regent Street, London. 

47. GRIFFITHS, FLETCHER, AND BERDOE: 

107, Cannon Street, London. 

21. GRIMOND, I. AND A. D.: 

Bow Bridge Works, Dundee. 

46. GRIST BROTHERS : 

Marshall’s Buildings, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield. 

10. GROSVENOR, CHATER, AND CO.: 

68, Cannon Street, London. 

34. GROUT AND CO.: 

1 2, Foster Lane, London. 

15. GRUBB, HOWARD: 

Rathmines, Dublin. 

46. GRUNEBAUM, JOSEPH : 

45, Old Bond Street, London. 

54. GUY, HENRY A., AND CO.: 

11, Cloak Lane, Cannon Street, London. 

31. GUYNET, L. H., AND CO.: 

10, Chichester Street, Belfast. 


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xlviii 
Class. 

54. GWYNNE AND CO.: 

Essex Street Works, Strand, London. 
54. GWYNNE, JOHN AND HENRY: 

89, Cannon Street, London. 


H. 

57. HACKING AND CO..: 

Lord Street, Bury, Lancashire. 

54. IIADFIELD STEEL FOUNDRY CO.: 

Attercliffe, Sheffield. 

34. HAD WEN, JNO., AND SONS: 

Ivebroyd Mills, near Halifax, Yorkshire. 

33. HAIGH, GEORGE: 

Brook Mills, Slaitliwaite, near Huddersfield. 

68. HALE-MACDONALD WAR ROCKET CO.: 

4, Bridge Chambers, 171, Queen Yictoria Street, London. 
32. HALEY, ALFRED, AND CO. : 

Bradford, Yorkshire. 

72. HALFORD, JAMES V.: 

12, Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, London. 

51. HALL, A. W., AND CO. : 

Redbridge Chemical Works, 17, Above Bar, Southampton. 
30. HALL, RALPH, AND CO.: 

15, Chorlton Street, Portland Street, Manchester. 

67. HALL, JULIUS: 

90, Chancery Lane, London. 

30. HALL, LAWRENCE : 

53, Mosley Street, Manchester. 

57. HALL, ROBERT : 

Hope Foundry, Bury, Lancashire. 

18. HALL, THOMAS: 

8, George Street, Edinburgh. 

46. HALL, THOMAS HENRY: 

Bright Mill, Batley. 

56. HALLAM BROTHERS: 

Ecclesfield, near Sheffield. 

66. HAMBLET, JOSEPH : 

Piercy Brickworks, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. 

66. HAMILTON, JAMES: 

67, Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, Lancashire. 

14. HAMILTON, WILLIAM: 

45 and 46, Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex. 

6. HAMMER, GEORGE M.: 

370, Strand, London. 

52. HANCOCK, F. AND C.: 

Dudley, Worcestershire. 

49. HANDFORD-GREATREX AND BROTHER: 

Whittiuiere Street, Walsall. 

50. HAND-POWER ROCK DRILL CO. : 

63, Queen Yictoria Street, London. 

9. IIANHART, M. AND N.: 

83, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 

42. HANKS, J., AND SON: 

Chameleon Villas, Colchester Road, Walthamstow, Essex. 


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xlix 


Class. 

19,25. HARDMAN, JNO., AND CO.: 

Newhall Hill, Birmingham. 

21. HARE, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Temple Gate, Bristol. 

12. HARE, GEORGE: 

26, Calthorpe Street, London. 

S3. HARGREAVE AND NUSSEYS: 

Boar Lane, Leeds. 

53. HARGREAVES AND ROBINSON: 

Victoria Road, Widnes, Lancashire. 

38. HARGROVES, R. A. AND J„ AND CO.: 

41, Charterhouse Square, London. 

43. HARLAND, J. W.: 

49, Essex Street, Strand, London. 

85. HARLOW, BENJAMIN: 

Macclesfield, Cheshire. 

43, 66. HARPER AND MOORES: 

Stourbridge. 

14, 27. HARRIS, GEORGE HENRY: 

Bristol Street, Birmingham. 

43. HARRISON, AINSLIE, AND CO.: 

Newland Furnace, Ulverston, Lancashire. 

51. HARRISON, McGREGOR, AND CO.: 

Albion Foundry, Leigh, Lancashire. 

62. HARRISON, R., AND SON: 

1, Stanhope Street, Euston Road, London. 

66. HARRISON, GEORGE KING: 

The Lye and Brettell Lane Works, Stourbridge. 

24. HART, SON, PEARD AND CO.: 

53, Wych Street, Strand, London. 

85. HARTLEY AND SUGDEN: 

Atlas and Premier Works, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

50. HATHORN AND CO. : 

30, Charing Cross, London. 

54. HATHORN, DAVIS, AND DAVEY-. 

Sun Foundry, Leeds. 

43. HATTERSLEY, E. J., AND CO., LIMITED: 

Peacroft, Sheffield. 

57. HATTERSLEY, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

North Brook Works, Keighley, Yorkshire. 

43. HATTON, SONS, AND CO.: 

Broadwaters Iron and Tin Plate Works, Kidderminster. 
6. HAWES, GEORGE E. : 

Chapel Field, Norwich. 

63. HAWKINS, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Station Street, Walsall. 

30. HAWKINS, JOHN, AND SONS : 

8, Faulkner Street, Manchester. 

43. HAYES, CROSSLEY. AND CO.: 

153, Cheapside, London. 

62. HAYES, HENRY, AND SON : 

Stamford and Peterborough. 

62. HAYNES AND JEFFERIS : 

Ariel Works, Spon Street, Coventry. 

G S04. 



d 


1 


INDEX 


Class. 

54. HAYNES, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

227, 229, 231, Edgware Road, London. 

67. HEAD, WRIGHTSON, AND CO.: 

Teesdale Iron Works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

12. HEATH, VERNON: 

43, Piccadilly, London. 

18, 36. HEATON, JOHN ALDAM: 

29, Bloomsbury Square, London. 

12. HEDGES, DAVID: 

7, Queen Street, Lytham. 

15. HEDLEY, E. H.: 

Marrianen-Gasse, 32, Vienna. 

42. HELY, ALFRED A.: 

1 94, South Lambeth Road, London. 

47. HEMINGWAY, S., AND CO.: 

Trafalgar Street, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

13. HEMINGWAY AND THOMAS: 

Victoria Road, Kentish Town, London. 

17. HEMS, HARRY : 

83, Paris Street, Exeter. 

21. HENDERSON AND CO.: 

Durham. 

62. HENDERSON, JAMES, AND CO.: 

60, 62, 64, North Street, Glasgow. 

12. HENDERSON, ALEXANDER L.: 

49, King William Street, City, London. 

75. HENLEY AND SON : 

Joiner Street, Tooley Street, Southwark, London. 
40. HENRY, ALEXANDER: 

12, South Saint Andrew Street, Edinburgh. 

33. HEPWORTH, B., AND SONS: 

New Wakefield Mills, Dewsbury. 

33. HEWITT AND KEMP : 

Innox Mill, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. 

61. HEWITT, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Cambridge Street Works, Sheffield. 

37. HICK, WILLIAM: 

37, Kirkgate, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 

10. H1CKISSON, Mrs. M. A. (late BOND) : 

75, Southgate Road, London. 

43. IIIGGIN, THOMAS: 

33, Tower Buildings, Liverpool. 

34. IIILDITCH, G. and J. B. : 

11, Cheapside, London. 

51. HILL AND SMITH: 

Brierley Hill, near Dudley. 

55. HILL, CHARLES E., AND CO.: 

119, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

13. IIILLIER, JAMES: 

12, King’s Road, Camden Town, London. 

51, 54. HINDLEY, EDMUND SAMUEL : 

Bourton, Dorset. 

10. HINKS, WELLS, AND CO. : 

Buckingham Street, Birmingham. 


INDEX, 


li 


Class. 

66. HITCHINS, RICHARD WILLIAM: 

9, Devonshire Place, Stoke Newington Green, London . 

66. HOBBS, HART, AND CO. : 

76, Cheapside, London. 

24. HODD, R., AND SON : 

30, Hatton Garden, London. 

19. HODGETTS, RICHARDSON, AND SON: 

Wordsley Glass Works, Stourbridge. 

47. HODGSON AND SIMPSON: 

Calder Soap Works, Wakefield. 

57. HODGSON, GEORGE: 

Thornton Road, Bradford. 

49. HOLDEN, EDWARD THOMAS: 

Walsall. 

62. HOLLAND AND HOLLAND: 

254, Oxford Street, London. 

18. HOLLAND AND SONS: 

23,' Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, London. 

30. HOLLAND, WM, AND SONS : 

Victoria Mills, Miles Platting, Manchester. 

66. HOLLICK AND CO.: 

Portland Cement ’Works, Greenwich, London. 

69. HOLLINGTON, JOSEPH : 

Spice Mills, Wolverley, Kidderminster. 

21, 34. HOLME, GEORGE: 

37, Booth Street, Bradford. 

51. HOLMES AND SONS: 

Prospect Place Works, Norwich. 

62. HOLMES, H. AND A.: 

38, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London. 

17. HOLMES, W. M.: 

101, Dean Street, Soho, London. 

63. HOLMES, CHARLES: 

London Road, Derby. 

63. HOLMES, GEORGE EDWARD: 

London Road, Derby. 

63 HOLMES, HERBERT M., Jun.: 

London Road, Derby. 

75. HOLMES, JOSEPH : 

Crown Chemical Works, Crown Street, Leeds. 

11, 19. HOLT, ERANK : 

St. John’s, Warwick. 

65, 67. HOMER AY AND CO.: 

7, Great Winchester Street Buildings, City, London. 

71. HOOKER’S CREAM MILK CO., LIMITED: 

Shardlow, Derbyshire. 

71. HOOKER, J.: 

104, Upper Thames Street, London. 

33. HOOPER, CHAS., AND CO.: 

Eastington Mills, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. 

20. HOPE AND CARTER: 

Eountain Place, Burslem, Staffordshire. 

54. HOPK1NSON, J., AND CO.: 

Britannia Works, Huddersfield. 

cl 2 


Hi 


INDEX . 


Class. 

13. HOPKINSON, J. AND J.: 

235, Regent Street, London. 

62. HOPTON AND SONS: 

67, George Street, Euston Square, London. 

63. HOPTON, THOMAS W. : 

Collingwood Works, Broad wall, London. 

15. HORNE AND THORNTHW AITE : 

416, Strand, London. 

51. HORNSBY, RICHARD, AND SONS: 

Spittlegate Iron Works, Grantham, Lincolnshire. 

30. HORROCKSES, MILLER, AND CO.: 

9, Bread Street, London. 

29. HORSEY, J. G., AND CO. : 

Copperfield Row, Bow, London. 

43. HOUGHTON, JAMES, AND SON: 

Townsend Wire Mills, Turner Street, Warrington, Lancashire. 

43. HOUGHTON, W. D. : 

Sankey Wire Mills, Warrington. 

54,61. HOUSE, HENRY, AND CO.: 

31, Ludgate Hill, London. 

56. HOWARD AND BULLOUGH: 

Globe Works, Accrington, Lancashire. 

17. HOWARD AND SONS: 

25, 26, 27, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, 

51. HOWARD, JAMES AND FREDERICK: 

Britannia Ironworks, Bedford. 

64. HOWARTH, RICHARD: 

26, Virginia Street, Southport. 

58. HOWE MACHINE CO., LIMITED : 

46 and 48, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

20, 36. HOWELL, JAMES, AND CO.: 

5, 7, and 9, Regent Street, London. 

62. HOWES AND SONS: 

City Steam Carriage Works, Chapel Field, Norwich. 

62. HOWES, HENRY WILLIAM: 

Prince of Wales Road, Norwich. 

66. HOWORTH, JAMES: 

Victoria Works, Farnworth, near Manchester. 

33. HUDSON, SYKES, AND BOUSFIELD: 

Springfield Mills, Morley, Leeds. 

4 7. HUDSON, ROBERT S.: 

Royal Chemical Works, West Bromwich. 

64. HUGHES’ LOCOMOTIVE AND TRAMWAY ENGINE CO., 
LIMITED : 

Falcon Works, Loughborough. 

50. HUMBLE, STEPHEN: 

61, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby 

51. HUMPHRIES, EDWARD: 

Atlas Iron Works. Pershore, Worcestershire. 

51. HUNT AND TAWELL: 

Atlas W T orks, Earls Colne, near Halstead, Essex, 

67. HUNTER AND ENGLISH : 

Bow Road, London. 

HUNTER, JAMES: 

209, King Street, Aberdeen. 


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liii 


Class. 

70. HUNTLEY AND PALMERS: 

Reading. 

47. HURLET AND CAMPSIE ALUM CO. : 

115, Wellington Street, Glasgow. 

47. HUTCHISON, ROBERT : 

Springvale Oil Mills, Cowlairs, Glasgow. 

10. HYDE AND CO.: 

25, St. Bride Street, Ludgate Circus, London. 

49. HYDE, ARCHER, AND CO.: 

9, Paternoster Buildings, Newgate Street, London. 
54. HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING CO., LIMITED; 
Chester. 


I. 

60. ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: 

198, Strand, London. 

43. IMPERIAL WIRE CO. ( See NETTLEFOLDS) : 

16, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

33. INCORPORATED CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WOOLLEN 
MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION: 

Huddersfield. 

75. 1ND, COOPE, AND CO.: 

Burton- on-Trent. 

56. INGHAM, JOHN, AND SONS; 

Thornton, near Bradford. 

47. INMAN BROTHERS: 

Aspley Place, Huddersfield. 

67. INMAN STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED- 
22, Water Street, Liverpool. 

56. IRVIN AND SELLERS: 

Preston, Lancashire. 

13. IVORY, H. A., AND CO.: 

Wood Green, London. 


J. 

55. JACKSON AND BROTHER: 

Wharf Foundry, Bolton. 

17. JACKSON AND GRAHAM: 

30 to 38, Oxford Street, London. 

18. JACKSON, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

49, Rathbone Place, London. 

34. JACKSON, J„ AND F.: 

Sutton Mills, Macclesfield. 

45. JACOB, B.: 

21, Houndsditch, London. 

17. JACOBY, JULIUS: 

52, Regent Street, London. 

29. JACQUES, ZACHRIA: 

6, Upper Abbey Street, Dublin. 

31. JAFFE BROTHERS: 

Belfast. 


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INDEX, 


Class. 

47, 69. JAMES, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

Sutton Road, Plymouth. 

14. JAMIESON, W. AND J.: 

10, Broad Street, Golden Square, London. 

65. JAMIESON, ANDREW: 

Eastern Telegraph Co., 66, Old Broad Street, London. 

47. JARRATT BROTHERS: 

Jesse Street, Manchester Road, Bradford. 

51. JEEFERY AND BLACKSTONE: 

Stamford, Lincolnshire. 

18, 22. JEFFREY AND CO.: 

64, Esses Road, Islington, London. 

18. JEFFREYS, CHARLES : 

103, Hatton Garden, London. 

19. JENKINSON, ALEXANDER: 

10, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

11,29. JENNER AND KNEWSTUB: 

33, St. James’s Street, London. 

66. JENNINGS, GEORGE: 

Palace Wharf, Stangate, London. 

12. JENNINGS, PAYNE: 

Elm Grove, Rosendale Villas, West Dulwich, London. 

47. JENNINGS, THOMAS: 

Chemical Works, Cork, Ireland. 

47. JENSON AND NICHOLSON: 

65, Goswell Road, London. 

43. JESSOP, W., AND SONS, LIMITED: 

Brightside Works, Sheffield. 

43. JOHNSON, CLAPHAM, AND MORRIS : 

24 and 26, Lever Street, Manchester. 

30. JOHNSON (JABEZ) AND FILDES: 

44, Spring Gardens, Manchester. 

66. JOHNSON, J. C., AND Co: 

25, Great Tower Street, London. 

53. JOHNSON, MATTIIEY, AND CO.: 

Hatton Garden, London. 

33. JOHNSTON, JAMES, AND CO.: 

New Mill, Elgin, Scotland. 

16. JOHNSTON, W., AND A. K: 

4, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 

17. JOHNSTONE, JEANES, AND CO.: 

67, New Bond Street, London. 

43. JONAS, MEYER, AND COLVER : 

Continental Steel Works, Sheffield. 

24. JONES AND WILLIS: 

Temple Row, Birmingham. 

17. JONES, II. BENCE : 

9, New Burlington Street, London. 

69. JONES, ORLANDO, AND CO.: 

York Road, Battersea, London. 

33. JONES, PR YCE: 

Newtown, North Wales. 

29. JONES, THOMAS: 

41, St. James’s Street, London. 


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43. JOWITT, THOMAS, AND SONS : 
Scotia Steel Works, Sheffield. 

60. JUDD AND CO.: 

St. Andrew’s Hill, City, London. 

62. JULIAN, HENRY: 

Bow Street, Bolton. 


K. 

35. KASHMIR, HIS HIGHNESS THE MAHARAJAH OF: 
Sirinaghar, Kashmir, India. 

34. KAY AND RICHARDSON: 

39, Gutter Lane, London. 

51. KEARSLEY, GEORGE : 

British Iron and Implement Works, North Street, Ripon. 
69, 74. KEEN, ROBINSON, BELLVILLE, AND CO.: 

6, Garlick Hill, London. 

51. KELL, MEATS, AND CO. : 

Barton Foundry, Gloucester. 

49. KELLY AND DUNN: 

51-54, Watling Street, Dublin. 

61. KENNEDY’S PATENT WATER METER CO., LIMITED: 

Kilmarnock, Scotland. 

43. KENRICK, ARCHIBALD, AND SONS : 

W est Bromwich. 

29. KENT, G. B., AND CO.: 

11, Great Marlborough Street, London. 

27. KERR, EDWARD, Jun. : 

66, Manor Street, Dublin. 

8. KESSELMEYER, CHARLES A.: 

I, Peter Street, Manchester. 

19. KILNER BROTHERS: 

Great Northern Goods Station, King’s Cross, London. 

75. KINAHAN AND CO.: 

20, Great Titchfield Street, Oxford Street, London, 

66. KINCAID, JOSEPH, C.E.: 

II, Great George Street, Westminster, London. 

86. KING BROTHERS : 

Fire-clay and Brick Works, Stourbridge. 

10. KING, SON, AND WHITAKER : 

4 and 5, Old Bailey, London. 

62. KING, WILLIAM: 

Battlesden Steam Carriage Works, Leighton Buzzard. 

66. KINSMAN, REV. PREBENDARY: 

Tintagel, near Camelford, Cornwall. 

16. KIPS, JOHN JOSEPH: 

14, Moore Street, Brompton, London. 

43. KIRBY, BEARD, AND CO.: 

18, Cannon Street, London. 

47. KIRBY, H. AND T., AND CO.: 

14, Newman Street, London. 

75. KITCHIN, JOSEPH: 

Dunsdale Farm, Westerham, Kent. 


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Class. 

67. KNIGHT, S.: 

4, Ordnance Row, Portsmouth. 
72. KNOWLES, J. AND G.: 
Stonehaven. 

26. KULLBERG, VICTOR : 

105, Liverpool Road, London. 
36. KULP, H. N., AND SON: 
Nottingham. 

40. IvYNOCH AND CO.: 

Witton, near Birmingham. 


L. 


33. LABRON, J.: 

46, Park Square, Leeds. 

13. LACHENAL AND CO.: 

4, Little James Street, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 
52, 61. LADD, J. II., AND CO.: 

116, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

36. LADIES’ WORK SOCIETY: 

31, Sloane Street, London. 

67. LAFARGUE, A. : 

141, Avemie Malakoff, Paris. 

67. LAIRD BROTHERS : 

Birkenhead. 

17. LAMB, JAMES: 

16, John Dalton Street, Manchester. 

66. LAMPREY, J. II. : 

St. Ann’s Park, Wandsworth, London. 

40. LANCASTER, ALFRED: 

27, South Audley Street, London. 

64. LAND ORE-SIEMEN S STEEL CO., LIMITED: 

3, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London. 

40. LANG, J., AND SONS: 

22, Cockspur Street, London. 

47. LANGTIIORNE CHEMICAL WORKS: 

Stratford, near London. 

21. LAPWORTII BROTHERS: 

22, Old Bond Street, London. 

66, 85, 17. LASCELLES, WM. HENRY: 

121, Bunhill Row, London. 

63. LATCHFORD AND WILLSON: 

11, Upper St. Martin’s Lane, London. 

28. LAURENDEAU, P. : 

29, Queen Street, St. Helier’s, Jersey. 

62. LAURIE AND MARKER, LIMITED: 

313, Oxford Street, London. 

66. LAVERS, ALFRED II.: 

Wharf, Nine Elms, London. 

19. LAVERS, BARRAUD, AND WESTLAKE: 

Endell Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

52. LAWRENCE AND CO.: 

22, St. Mary Axe, City, London. 


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GIass 

54. LAWRENCE AND PORTER: 

36, Parliament Street, London. 

10. LAWRENCE, T. J.: 

12, Wine Office Court, Fleet Street, London. 

56. LAWSON, S., AND SONS: 

Hope Foundry, Leeds. 

51. LE BUTT, JOS1AII: 

Bury St. Edmunds. 

10. LECHERTIER, BARBE, AND CO.: 

60, Regent Street, London. 

38. LEE BROTHERS: 

27, Watling Street, London. 

47. LEECH AND NEAL: 

City Road, Derby. 

43. LEEDS FORGE CO., LIMITED: 

Armley Road, Leeds. 

15. LEGE, A., AND CO.: 

20, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, London, 

54. LE GRAND AND SUTCLIFF: 

100, Bunhill Row, London. 

50. LE GROS, MAYNE, LEAVER, AND CO.: 

60, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

16. LEIGHTON, JOHN: 

12, Ormonde Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
14. LEMALE, T., AND CO.: 

53, Haymarket, London. 

12. LEMERE, BEDFORD, AND CO.: 

147, Strand, London. 

63. LENNAN AND SON: 

29 and 30, Dawson Street, Dublin. 

10. LEONARDT, D„ AND CO.: 

Universal Pen Works, Birmingham. 

27- LEONI, S., AND CO.: 

74, Strand, London. 

20. LEPRINCE, L. A. A.: 

33, Park Square, Leeds. 

14. LESLIE AND CO., LIMITED : 

Bond Court House, Walbrook, London. 

29. LEUCHARS AND SON: 

38 and 39, Piccadilly, London. 

47. LEVINSTEIN, L. J., AND SONS: 

Blackley, near Manchester. 

39. LEVETUS BROTHERS: 

56, Vittoria Street, Birmingham. 

67. LEWIN, DAVID JAMES : 

110, Cannon Street, London. 

37. LEWIS, G., AND E. S.: 

12, Warwick Square, City, London. 

40. lewis, george' edward : 

32 and 33, Lower Loveday Street, Birmingham. 
28. LEWIS, JAMES: 

6, Bartlett’s Buildings, Holborn, London. 

43. LILLESHALL CO.: 

Priors Lee Hall, near Shifnal, Shropshire. 


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INDEX. 


ClflSS 

38. LINCOLN, BENNETT, AND CO.: 

40, Piccadilly, London. 

72. LINDEMANN, A. C., M.D.: 

10, Wasnidge Street, Hulme, Manchester. 

21. LINOLEUM MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED: 

144, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

67. LIPMAN AND CO. : 

Glasgow. 

12. LIVERPOOL DRY PLATE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING 
CO.: 

1b, St. John’s Hill, Wandsworth, London. 

47. LIVER ALKALI WORKS CO., LIMITED : 

Lightbody Street, Liverpool. 

31. LIVERPOOL SPUN OAKUM CO.: 

9, North John Street, Liverpool. 

57. LIVESEY, HENRY, LIMITED: 

Blackburn. 

67. LIVIE, DAVID: 

Victoria Docks, Dundee. 

31. LLOYD, ATTREE, AND SMITH: 

32 and 33, Wood Street, London. 

52. LLOYD, THOMAS AND SONS: 

327, Old Street, Shoreditch, London. 

50. LLOYD, FRANCIS HENRY: 

Wood Green, Wednesbury, Staffordshire. 

51. LOADER, CALEB: 

East Pennard, Shepton Mallet. 

38. LOBB, JOHN: 

296, Regent Street, London. 

12. LOMBARDI AND CO.: 

Brighton. 

67. LONDON AND GLASGOW ENGINEERING AND IRON SHIP- 
BUILDING CO., LIMITED : 

34, Gracechurch Street, London. 

43. LONDON AND SOUTH WALES COAL COMPANY, LIMITED : 
Cardiff. 

64. LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY CO.: 

Locomotive and Carriage Works, Brighton. 

17. LONDON SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIANITY 
AMONGST THE JEWS : 

16, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. 

12. LONDON STEREOSCOPIC COMPANY, LIMITED: 

110, Regent Street, London. 

43. LONDONDERRY, MARQUIS OF : 

Seaham, Durham. 

27. LONGDEN AND CO.: 

Phoenix Foundry, Sheffield. 

14. LONGDON, F., AND CO.: 

Agard Street, Derby. 

33. LORD, E., AND CO.: 

Rocks Mill, Small Bridge, Rochdale. 

9. LOTH, JOHN T.: 

18, Gilmore Place, Edinburgh. 

52. LOWCOCK AND BARR: 

Coleham Foundry, Shrewsbury. 


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lix 


Vluddl 

47. LOWE, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

Reddish, Stockport. 

28. LUCE, GEORGE : 

44, King Street, Jersey. 

17. LUCRAFT, G. S., AND SON: 

79, City Road, London. 

85. LUMBY, EDWIN: 

West Grove Works, Halifax. 

67. T. HATLEY, HENRY, AND RUSSELL, J. SCOTT: 

31, St. James’s Street, London. 

33. LUPTON, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Wellington Street, Leeds. 

38. LYE, TH0A1AS : 

Luton, Bedfordshire. 

10. LYONS, WILLIAM: 

19, Park Street, near Ducie Bridge, Manchester. 

M. 


72. M c CALL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

137, Houndsditch, London. 

39. M'CREERY, JAAIES : 

103, Thorndyke Street, Belfast. 

66. AIACDONALD (A.), FIELD, AND CO.: 

Granite W orks, Aberdeen. 

47. MACF ARLAN, J. F., AND CO.: 

17, North Bridge, Edinburgh. 

17. MHNTOSH, ALEXANDER H.: 

Rose Street, Kirkcaldy. 

38. MACINTOSH, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

19, St. Bride’s Street, Ludgate Circus, London. 

24. MACKAY, CUNNINGHAAI, AND CO.: 

62, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

47, 73. MACKAY, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Canning Street, Athole Crescent, Edinburgh. 

67, 68. MACKIE, SAAIUEL JOSEPH: 

Cotton Powder Works, Faversham. 

53. MACKRELL, EDWARD T., AND CO.: 

Kingsbury, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

54. McKENZIE, THOS., AND SONS, LIMITED : 

16, Holborn Viaduct, London. 

51. M'L AREN, JOHN AND HENRY: 

Midland Engine Works, Jack Lane, Hunslet, Leeds. 
33. M C LAURIN, PETER, SON, AND CO. : 

Langholm, Dumfriesshire. 

66. M C LEAN AND CO.: 

St. Helen’s Wharf, 25, Bankside, Southwark, London. 
64. MAC LELLAN, I J . & W.: 

Clutha Iron Works, Glasgow. 

38. M°LINTOCK, JAMES, AND SONS: 

Barnsley, Yorkshire. 

50. MACNAB, JAMES: 

17, Charles Street, Cavendish Square, London. 

62. M C N AUGHT AND SMITH: 

45, Park Lane, London. 


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INDEX. 


56^ M C NAU GHT, JOHN AND WILLIAM: 

St. George’s Foundry, Rochdale. 

38. MACQUEEN AND CO.: 

8 and 9, Barbican, London. 

53,47. MACTEAR, JAMES, F.C.S.: 

St. Rollox Chemical Works, Glasgow. 

33. MAHON Y, MARTIN, AND BROTHERS: 

3, Camden Quay, Cork. 

51. MALDON IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED: 

Maldon, Essex. 

36. MALLET, HENRY, AND SONS: 

Mary Gate, Nottingham. 

12. MALTBY, WILLIAM F.: 

176, Upper Street, Islington, London. 

38. MANBY, JOHN : 

21, Rue Auber, Paris. 

47. MANDER BROTHERS: 

W olverhampton. 

46. MARCO VITCH AND CO.: 

11, Air Street, Regent Street, London. 

36. MARLBOROUGH, DUCHESS OF: 

Viceregal Lodge, Dublin. 

33. MARLING AND CO.: 

Ebley and Stanley Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

50. MARSDEN, II. R.: 

Soho Foundry, Meadow Lane, Leeds. 

17. MARSH, JONES, AND CRIBB : 

Boar Lane, Leeds. 

31. MARSHALL AND CO.: 

Leeds and Shrewsbury. 

75. MARSHALL AND HOLLAND: 

1, Dod Street, Limehouse, London. 

55, 66. MARSHALL, ALFRED, AND CO.: 

Perseverance Iron Works, Heneage Street, Brick Lane, London. 
43. MARSHALL, ROBERT : 

173, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

51. MARSHALL, SONS, AND CO., LIMITED : 

Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough. 

60, MARSHALL, T. J„ AND CO. : 

Campbell Works, Gillet Street, Kingsland, London. 

39. MARSHALL, W., AND CO.: 

24 and 25, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

43. MARSTON, JOHN : 

Paul Street, Wolverhampton. 

67. MARTIN, C., AND CO. : 

72, Mark Lane, London. 

63. MARTIN, ROBERT: 

Old Charlton, Kent. 

64, MARTIN, WILLIAM : 

245, Oldham Road, Manchester. 

54. MARTINEAU AND SMITH: 

Holloway Head, Birmingham. 

43. MASON AND CO.: 

5, Arthur Street East, London. 


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Class. 

50. MASSEY, B. AND S.: 

Canal Iron Works, Openshaw, Manchester. 

54,57. MATHER AND PLATT: 

Salford Ironworks, Manchester. 

14. MATHER, WILLIAM: 

Farringdon Road, London. 

38. MATTHEWS, J. : 

16, Oakley Street, Waterloo Road, London. 

54. MAUDSLAY, SONS, AND FIELD : 

Westminster Bridge Road, London. 

20. MAW AND CO.: 

Benthal Works, Broseley, Shropshire. 

74. MAW, THOMAS: 

Jacob’s Well, Camp Road, Leeds. 

47. MAWSON AND SWAN: 

Mosley Street, Newcastle-on -Tyne. 

63. MAXWELL, HENRY, AND CO. : 

161, Piccadilly, London. 

54. MAY AND MOUNTAIN: 

Suffolk Works, Berkeley Street, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

27. MAY, G. H., AND CO.: 

126 and 127, High Street, Cowes, Isle of Wight. 

14. MAYER AND MELTZER: 

71, Great Portland Street, London. 

42. MEAD AND CO.: 

73, Cheapside, London. 

52. MEADOW FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED : 

Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. 

17. MELLIER, CHARLES, AND CO. : 

48, 49, and 50, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London. 
33. MELLOR, THOMAS, AND SON: 

Thongs Bridge Mills, near Huddersfield. 

74. MENIER, EMILE: 

Southwark Street, Borough, London. 

60. MENUEL, EUGENE: 

19, Tysoe Street, Clerkenwell, London. 

54. MERRYWEATHER AND SONS: 

63, Long Acre, London. 

38. MEYER AND MORTIMER: 

36, Conduit Street, London. 

67. MEYER, FRANK JOHN: 

B12, Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. 

38. MID DLEM ASS, JAMES, AND CO.: 

18, South Bridge, Edinburgh. 

70. MIDDLEMASS, ROBERT: 

77, Cause wayside, Edinburgh. 

8. MIDDLETON, THOMAS JOHN: 

38, Little Queen Street, High Holborn, London. 

19. MILLAR, JOHN, AND CO.: 

2, South Saint Andrew Street, Edinburgh. 

49. MILLER, J. AND J„ AND CO.: 

6, New Leather Market, London. 

43. MIL WARD, HENRY', AND SONS: 

Washford Mills, Redditch. 


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INDEX 


Class. 

75. MINCHEN BROTHERS : 

Aska, Gamjam District, Madras. 

9. MINOR A, NICOLA: 

24, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

11. MINNS, JAMES: 

Mariners Lane, Norwich. 

20. MINTON, HOLLINS, AND CO. : 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

20. MINTON’S : 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

21. MITCHELL BROTHERS : 

Albert Works, Waterfoot, near Manchester. 

33. MITCHELL, COATS, AND CO.: 

Tweed Place Mills, Galashiels. 

30. MITCHELL AND WHYTLAW: 

84, Ingram Street, Glasgow. 

57. MITCHELL, WILLIAM: 

Killinghall Mill, Ripley, Yorkshire. 

54, 10. MONCRIEEF, JOHN: 

North British Glass Works, Perth. 

72. MOIR, JOHN, AND SON: 

Glasshouse Fields, Brook Street, Ratcliffe, London. 

13. MON1NGTON AND WESTON: 

9, Camden Street, London. 

42. MONTANARI, RICHARD: 

3, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London. 

43. MONTGOMERIE, JOHN C.: 

Stone Works, Dalmore, Stair, Ayrshire. 

9. MOONEN, CHARLES: 

1, Rue St. Eleu there, Paris. 

43. MOREWOOD, E., AND CO.: 

Llanelly, South Wales. 

37. MORLEY, J. AND E,: 

18, Wood Street, Cheapside, London. 

51. MORRIS AND GRIFFIN : 

Ceres Works, Wolverhampton. 

47. MORSON, THOMAS, AND SON: 

31, 33, and 124, Southampton Row, London. 

23. MORTON, JOSEPH: 

343, Oxford Street, London. 

54. MULLER, II. L.: 

22, Mary Ann Street, Birmingham. 

62. MULLINER, FRANCIS : 

59, Great Charlotte Street, Liverpool. 

62. MULLINER, HENRY: 

Leamington. 

69. MUMFORD, PETER, AND SON: 

Farringdon Road, London. 

69. MUMFORD, PETER, JUNIOR : 

Royal Flour Mills, Victoria Embankment, Vauxhall, Londo 

31. MURPHY AND REYNOLDS: 

Drumcairne Mills, Armagh, Ireland. 

31. MURPHY, JOSEPH, AND SON: 

Lurgan, Ireland. 

27, 62. MUSGRAVE AND CO., LIMITED: 

Cromac Foundry, Belfast. 


INDEX, 


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Class. 


38. MUTTON, THOMAS, AND CO.: 
84, King’s Road, Brighton. 


N. 

21. NAIRN, MICHAEL, AND CO. : 

Kirkcaldy, Scotland. 

54. NAPIER, D., AND SON : 

Vine Street, York Road, Lambeth, London. 

54. NATHAN, DAVID : 

2, Queen Street Place, City, London. 

23. NEAL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

23, 24, and 25, Hampden Gurney Street, London. 

23, 39. NEAL, JOHN: 

44, 46, and 48, Edgware Road, London. 

51. NEALE, MELVILLE T.: 

Chandos Chambers, Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London. 

33. NEAVE; S., AND SONS: 

7, Peel Street, Manchester. 

15. NEGRETTI AND ZAMBRA: 

Holbom Viaduct, London. 

83. NEIGHBOUR, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

127, High Holborn, London. 

43. NETTLEFOLDS: 

16, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

66. NEVILLE, JACKSON : 

8, Walter Street, Fallowfield, Manchester. 

43. NEW ALL, R. S. : 

Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

54. NEWBOLD, EDWARD: 

22, Low Pavement, Nottingham. 

18. NEWMAN, MRS. CHARLOTTE: 

329, Euston Road, London. 

43. THE NEWPORT - ABERCARN BLACK VEIN STEAM COAL 
CO., LIMITED (T. BEYNON AND CO.) : 

115, Leadenhall Street, London. 

9, NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING CO.; 

63, Fleet Street, London. 

60. NEWSUM, WOOD, AND DYSON: 

Meadow Road, Leeds. 

6. NEWTON AND CO.: 

3, Fleet Street, London. 

75. NEW WESTMINSTER BREWERY CO., LIMITED : 

Earl Street, Horseferry Road, W estminster, London. 

42. NICHOLSON, HAMLET : 

Kilner Deyne Terrace, The Park, Rochdale. 

34. NICHOLSON, J. O. : 

Hope Mills, The Dams, Maccelsfield. 

51, 54. NICHOLSON, W. N., AND SON : 

Trent Iron W orks, Newark-on-Trent. 

38. NICOLL, HENRY JOHN: 

114-120, Regent Street, London. 

51. NITRO-PHOSPHATE AND ODAMS’ CHEMICAL MANURE 
CO., LIMITED : 

109, Fenchurch Street, London. 


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ClS/SS 

12. NORMAN, CARL, AND CO.: 

Graphic Villa, Tunbridge Wells. 

54. NORRIS, S. E., AND CO.: 

St. Paul’s Works, Shadwell, London. 

47. NORTH BRITISH CHEMICAL CO., LIMITED: 

149, Hope Street, Glasgow. 

43. NORTH OE ENGLAND IRON MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIA- 
TION, AND CLEVELAND IRONMASTERS’ ASSOCIATION: 
Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough. 

34. NORWICH CRAPE CO., LIMITED : 

St. Augustine’s, Norwich. 

51. NOTTINGHAM MALLEABLE IRON CO., LIMITED: 

Kirke White Street, Nottingham. 

37. NOTTINGHAM MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED: 

Station Street, Nottingham. 


o. 


54. OAKEY, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Wellington Mills, Westminster Bridge Road, London. 
47. OAKBANK OIL CO., LIMITED: 

128, Ingram Street, Glasgow. 

62. OFFORD, JOSEPH: 

79, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London. 

18. OGDEN, HENRY, AND SON: 

126, Deansgate, Manchester. 

51. OHLENDORFF AND CO.: 

15, Leadenhall Street, London. 

18. OPPENHEIM, WILLIAM: 

75, Newman Street, Oxford Street, London. 

11. ORTNER AND HOULE: 

3, St. James’s Street, London. 

28. OSBORNE, BAUER, AND CHEESEMAN: 

19, Golden Square, London. 

19. OSLER, F. AND C.: 

45, Oxford Street, London. 

35,39. OULMAN (LES FILS) AND CO.: 

2, Rue Drout, Paris. 


P. 

51. PACKARD, EDWARD, AND CO.: 

6, Princes Street, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

48. PALMER AND STORY : 

Holme Works, Carlisle. 

43,54. PALMER, MORGAN, AND CO.: 

Cardiff. 

8. PALMER, SAMUEL: 

75 a, Strand, London. 

67. PALMER’S SHIPBUILDING AND IRON CO., LIMITED: 

Jarrow, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

27. PARIS, JAMES: 

Margery Park Road, Stratford, near London. 


INDEX. 


Q 1 

70. PARKINSON BROTHERS: 

43, Hammerton Street, Burnley. 

85. PARKINSON, WILLIAM: 

Market Place, Ripon. 

67. PARRATT, GEORGE FREDERICK: 

Windham Club, St. James’s Square, London. 

69. PARSONS, FLETCHER, AND CO.: 

Dyer’s Buildings, Gravel Lane, Southwark, London. 

43. PARSONS, P. M. : 

Lombard Street, Southwark, London. 

74. PATCHITT, E. CHESHIRE: 

Ilkeston Road, Nottingham. 

9. PATENT LITHOTYPE CO., LIMITED: 

22, St. John’s Square, Clerkenwell, London. 

54. PATENT NUT AND BOLT CO.: 

London Works, near Birmingham. 

50. PATENT PLUMBAGO CRUCIBLE CO.: 

Battersea Works, London. 

9. PATENT PRINTING SURFACE CO.: 

281, Strand, London. 

66. PATENT SELENITIC CEMENT CO., LIMITED: 

1, Great College Street, Westminster, London. 

18. PATENT SHOW TABLET CO.: 

Charlotte Street, Shoreditch, London. 

10,41. PATENT WATERPROOF PAPER AND CANVAS CO. 

Canal Works, Willesden Junction, near London. 

30. PATENT VELVET CO.: 

' 1 , Peter Street, Manchester. 

33. PATON, J. AND D., AND CO.: 

Tillicoultry, Scotland. 

40. PATSTONE, JOHN : 

25, High Street, Southampton. 

34. PATTERSON, W., AND SONS: 

Nottingham. 

49. PAUL, WILLIAM: 

Oak Tannery, Kirkstall Road, Leeds. 

28. PEARS, A. AND F.: 

91, Great Russell Street, London. 

70. PEEK, FREAN, AND CO.: 

Drummond Road, London. 

11. PEEL, JOSEPH: 

Roker Lane, Pudsey, near Leeds. 

63. PEIRCE, W. ADAMS: 

6, Bridge Road, Woolstone, Southampton. 

54. PENN, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Greenwich. 

52. PENNEY AND CO., LIMITED : 

Lincoln. 

66. PEN YR ORSEDD SLATE QUARRY CO.: 

Carnarvon. 

17. PEREIRA, JOHN, AND SON: 

16, Wellington Road, Barnsbury, London. 

27. PERRY, ALEX., AND CO: 

7, Little Tower Street, London. 

G 804. 


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INDEX 


kTpERRY AND CO., LIMITED: 

36, Lancaster Street, Birmingham. 

72. PERRY, W. T. L. : 

Mount’s Bay Steam Works, Penzance. 

66. PETERHEAD GRANITE POLISHING CO.: 

Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. 

34. PETERS AND CO. 

City Road Mills, Derby. 

62. PETERS, THOS., AND SONS: 

Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London. 

18. PEYTON AND PEYTON: 

Bordesley Works, Birmingham. 

16. PHILIP, GEORGE, AND SON: 

32, Fleet Street, London. 

17. PHILLIPS, ALBERT: 

Excelsior Works Rea, Street South, Birmingham . 

43. PHOSPHOR BRONZE CO., LIMITED: 

139, Cannon Street, London. 

54. PICKERING, JONATHAN: 

Globe Works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

51. PICKSLEY, SIMS, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Bedford Foundry, Leigh, Lancashire. 

66. P1CTOR AND SONS: 

Box, near Chippenham, Wilts, 

28. PIESSE AND LUBIN: 

2, New Bond Street, London. 

40. PIGOU, WILKS, AND LAURENCE, LIMITED : 

11, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

43. PIKE, W. I.: 

Wareham. 

15,27. PILLISCIIER, MORITZ: 

88, New Bond Street, London. 

34. PIM BROTHERS AND CO.: 

22, William Street, Dublin. 

20. PINDER, BOURNE, AND CO.: 

Nile Street Works, Burslem. 

10. PIRIE, ALEXANDER, AND SONS: 

Stoneywood Works, near Aberdeen. 

18,19. PITMAN AND CUTHBERTSON: 

30 and 31, Newgate Street, London. 

54. PLAMBECK AND CO.: 

171, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

56. PLATT BROTHERS AND CO., LIMITED: 

Hartford Iron Works, Oldham. 

62. PLOWRIGHT, J. : 

96, High Street, King’s Lynn. 

66. PLYMOUTH FIRE CLAY CO.: 

53, Gracechurch Street, London. 

03. POLLOCK, SYDNEY: 

11, Cambridge Terrace, St. Stephen’s Road, Shepherd’s Bush, 
London. 

11. POOLE, EDWARD: 

Chester Terrace, Habberley Road, Bewdley. 


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01 aS g 

33. PORTER, H. G., AND CO. : 

43, Bow Lane, London. 

14. PORTER, J. H., Surgeon-Major: 

Army Medical School, Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley, South- 
ampton. 

18, 19. POWELL, JAMES, AND SONS: 

Temple Street, Whitefriars, London. 

54, 59. POWIS, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

60, Gracechurch Street, London. 

74. PRATT, JAMES: 

227, Oxford Street, London. 

47. PRICE’S PATENT CANDLE CO., LIMITED : 

Belmont Works, Battersea, London. 

26. PRICE, GEORGE FREDERIC : 

11, Melbourne Square, Brixton Road, London. 

28. PRICE, NAPOLEON, AND CO.: 

27, Old Bond Street, London. 

54. PRIESTMAN BROTHERS : 

Holderness Foundry, Hull. 

32. PRIESTMAN, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Bradford. 

50. PROTECTOR LAMP AND LIGHTING CO ., 7 LIMITED : 

10, Marsden Street, Manchester. 

49. PUCKRIDGE. FREDERICK, AND NEPHEW: 

530, Kingsland Road, London. 

11. PUGH BROTHERS: 

9, Great Turnstile, Lincoln’s Inn, London. 

54. PULSOMETER ENGINEERING CO., LIMITED: 

61, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

64. PUNSHON, ROBERT: 

St. Michael’s Place, Brighton. 

40 PURDEY, JAMES, AND SONS: 

314|, Oxford Street, London. 

9. PURE LITERATURE SOCIETY: 

1 1 , Buckingham Street, Strand, London. 

51. PURSER, EDWARD, AND CO.: 

116, Fenchurch Street, London. 


R. 

86, 86. RADCLYFFE (DICK) AND CO.: 

128-9, High Holborn, London. 

51. RAINFORTH, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Brayford Head, Lincoln. 

66. RAMSAY, GEORGE HEPPEL: 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

59. RANSOME, A., AND CO.: 

Stanley Works, King’s Road, Chelsea, London. 

51. RANSOMES, SIMS, AND HEAD: 

Orwell Works, Ipswich. 

43. READ, JEFFERSON: 

Louisa Street, Parade, Birmingham. 

47. READE BROTHERS : 

62, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton. 

e 2 


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INDEX, 


Class. 

47. READMAN, JAMES B. : 

175, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

9. REED AND EOX: 

4, Eann Street, City, London. 

51. REID, BENJAMIN, AND CO.: 

Bon- Accord Works, Aberdeen. 

29. REID, ALEX., AND SONS : 

8, Etham Place, Great Dover Street, Borough, London 
38. REID, JAMES : 

10, Ropemaker Street, Finsbury, London. 

40. REILLY, E. M., AND CO.: 

502, New Oxford Street, London. 

58. REILLY, FRANCIS: 

20, Shaw Street, Dublin. 

14. REIN, F. C., AND SON : 

108, Strand, London. 

14. REIN, Mrs. F. C.: 

108, Strand, London. 

6. RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY: 

56, Paternoster Row, London. 

59. REYNOLDS, F. W., AND CO.: 

73, Southwark Street, London. 

70. RICHARDS AND CO.: 

81, High Street, Marylebone, London. 

43. RICHARDS AND CO., LIMITED : 

1, Fenchurch Street, London. 

85. RICHARDS, WILLIAM: 

41, Wellington Street, Strand, London. 

47. RICHARDSON, JOHN, AND CO.: 

10, Friar Lane, Leicester. 

51. RICHES AND WATTS: 

Duke’s Palace Iron Works, Norwich. 

51. RICHMOND AND CHANDLER: 

Salford, Manchester. 

34. RICKARDS, C. A.: 

Bell Busk Mills, via Leeds. 

24. RIDGE, WOODCOCK, AND HARDY: 

Eldon Place, Eldon Street, Sheffield. 

27. RIDSDALE AND CO. : 

54, Minories, London. 

26. RIEGO, MICHAEL: 

284, Regent Street, London. 

28. RIMMEL, EUGENE: 

96, Strand, London. 

48. RIPLEY, EDWARD, AND SON: 

Bradford. 

33. RITCHIE, ALFRED, AND CO.: 

Ham Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire 

62. ROBERTS, JOHN, AND SONS : 

Bridgewater. 

62. ROBERTS, JOHN : 

6, Cavendish Street, Stretford Road, Manchester. 

59. ROBERTS, WILLIAM: 

139, Derby Road, Bootle, Liverpool. 


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CI 3 ss 

50, 51. ROBEY AND CO.: 

Lincoln. 

47. ROBINSON AND ANDERSON: 

Mack’s Road, Bermondsey, London. 

14. ROBINSON AND SONS : 

Wheat Bridge Mills, near Chesterfield. 

59. ROBINSON, THOS., AND SON: 

Railway Works, Rochdale. 

21. ROBINSON, VINCENT, AND CO.: 

34, Wigmore Street, London. 

12. ROBINSON, HENRY P.: 

Public Hall Studio, Tunbridge Wells. 

62. ROCK AND HAWKINS: 

Hastings. 

23. RODGERS, JOSEPH, AND SONS, LIMITED : 

6, Norfolk Street, Sheffield. 

18. ROGERS, GEO. ALFRED: 

29, Maddox Street, Regent Street, London. 

45. HOLLAND, B.: 

Singapore. 

47, ROLLS, SCHWEIZER, AND CO.: 

28, Poole Street, New North Road, London. 

70. ROMARY, ALFRED : 

26, Church Street, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 

52, 74. ROSE, L., AND CO.: 

11, Curtain Road, Finsbury, London. 

47. ROSE, SIR W.A., AND CO: 

66, Upper Thames Street London. 

15. ROSS AND CO.: 

164, New Bond Street, London. 

15. ROSS, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

7, Wigmore Street, London. 

33. ROSS, WM, AND SONS: 

Brookfield Mills, Alva, Scotland. 

27. ROSSER AND RUSSELL: 

Queen’s Wharf, Queen Street, Hammersmith, London 
31. ROTHENHEIM, S. : 

166, Euston Road, London. 

36. ROTHSCHILD, LADY DE : 

Tring Park, Tring, Herts. 

10. ROUTLEDGE, THOMAS: 

The Ford Works Company, Limited, Sunderland. 

28. ROWLAND, A., AND SONS: 

20, Hatton Garden, London. 

10. ROWNEY, GEORGE, AND CO.: 

10 and 1 1, Percy Street, London. 

64. ROWNSON, DREW, AND CO.. 

225, Upper Thames Street, London. 

67. ROY, E. A.: 

1, Lady Margaret Road, Kentish Town, London. 

20. ROYAL PORCELAIN WORKS CO.: 

Worcester. 

36. ROYAL SCHOOL OF ART-NEEDLEWORK: 
Exhibition Road, Kensington, London. 


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Class. 

21. ROYAL WINDSOR TAPESTRY MANUFACTORY: 

Old Windsor, Berkshire. 

47. RUNCORN SOAP AND ALKALI COMPANY, LIMITED: 
6, Water Street, Liverpool. 

6. RUNDELL, J. B.: 

34a, Pembroke Square, Kensington, London. 

49. RUSS, CHARLES: 

70, New Bond Street, London. 

54. RUSSELL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

145, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

67. RUSSELL, J. SCOTT, AND LUMLEY, HENRY- 
31, St. James’s Street, London. 

51. RUSTON, PROCTOR, AND CO.: 

Sheaf Iron Works, Lincoln. 

45. RYDER, WM. HENRY: 

48, Ellis Street, Birmingham. 

43. RYIIOPE COAL COMPANY, LIMITED: 

Sunderland. 


s. 

18. SAGE, FREDERICK: 

80 to 84, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

47. ST. BEDE CHEMICAL CO., LIMITED: 

1, St. Nicholas Buddings, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

62. SAINT PANCRAS IRON WORK COMPANY: 

Saint Pancras Road, London. 

58. SALMON AND CO.: 

Victoria Works, Kettering. 

50,66. SALMON, BARNES, AND CO.: 

Canal Head Works, Ulverston, Lancashire. 

33. SALTER, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Home and Duke Street Mills, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. 

34. SALTER AND WHITER: 

8, Milk Street, Cheapside, London. 

51. SAMUELSON AND CO.: 

Britannia Works, Banbury, Oxfordshire. 

47. SAMPSON BROTHERS : 

Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. 

10. SANDERS, H. G., AND SON: 

Victoria Works, Victoria Gardens, Notting Hill Gate, London. 

65. SANDERSON AND CO. : 

Shore Works, Huddersfield. 

33. SANDERSON, HUGH, AND SON: 

Deanhank Mill, Galashiels. 

33. SANDERSON, R. AND A., AND CO.: 

Gala Mill, Galashiels. 

58. SANSON, ROBERT B.: 

87, Globe Road, Mile End, London. 

10. SAUNDERS, T. H., AND CO.: 

Lyon’s Wharf, Upper Thames Street, London. 

50. SAVILE STREET ENGINE FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING 
COMPANY, LIMITED: 

Savile Street East, Sheffield. 


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Class. 

47. SAVORY AND MOORE : 

143, New Bond Street, London. 

64. SAXBY AND FARMER : 

Patent Railway Signal Works, Kilburn, London. 

85. SAYNOR, COOKE, AND RIDAL: 

Paxton Works, 13, Edward Street, Sheffield. 

27, 54. SCANLAN., Junr., AND CO.: 

Walsall, Staffordshire. 

32. SCARBOROUGH BROTHERS: 

Trafalgar Works, Halifax. 

72. SCHNEIDER, EDWARD A.: 

4, Cambria Yiha, Chesterton Road, Cambridge. 

48. SCHWABE, SALIS, AND CO.: 

41, George Street, Manchester. 

30. SCHWANN, MODERA, AND CO.: 

117, Portland Street, Manchester. 

47. SCHWEPPE, JACOB, AND CO. : 

51, Berners Street, London. 

42. SCIENTIFIC TOY AND GENERAL NOVELTY COMPANY: 

42a, Cloth Fair, Smithfield, London. 

40. SCOTT, W. AND C., AND SON: 

Premier Gun Works, Lancaster Street, Birmingham. 

52. SCOTT, WALTER: 

120, Newgate Street, London. 

29. SCOTTISH VULCANITE CO., LIMITED : 

Viewforth Works, Edinburgh. 

66. SCOTT’S SEWAGE COMPANY, LIMITED: 

Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London. 

43. SEEBOHM AND DIECKSTAHL: 

Dannemora Steel Works, Willey Street, Wicker, Sheffield. 

9. SEELEY, JACKSON, AND HALLIDAY : 

54, Fleet Street, London. 

48. SELIGMANN AND HAARBLEICHER : 

33, Dickinson Street, Manchester. 

48. SERRE, ACHILLE: 

57 and 59, Mayfield Road, Dalston, London. 

46. SEVIN, CHARLES : 

155, Fenchurch Street, London. 

63. SHAMMON, WILLIAM: 

208, Moseley Street, Birmingham. 

54. SHAND, MASON, AND CO. : 

75, Upper Ground Street, Blackfriars, London. 

54. SHANKS, A., AND SON : 

Dens Ironworks, Arbroath, Scotland. 

55,64. SHARP, STEWART, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Atlas Works, Manchester. 

24. SHAW AND FISHER: 

43, Suffolk Road, Sheffield. 

47. SHAW, HENRY, AND CO.: 

Chemical W orks, Dukinfield, near Manchester. 

33. SHAW, JOHN, AND CO.: 

18, John William Street, Huddersfield. 

43. SHAW, JOHN: 

Wire Rope and Fencing Works, Soho Street, Sheffield. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

33. S HEARD, M., AND SONS: 

Batley, Yorkshire. 

43. SHELTON BAR IRON CO.: 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

43. SHELTON COLLIERY AND IRON WORKS. (See GRANVILLE, 
EARL) : 

Near Stoke-upon-Trent. 

11. SHEPPERD, WILLIAM HENRY: 

St. Mary’s Place, Shrewsbury. 

12. SHERLOCK, WILLIAM: 

Budleigh Salterton, Devonshire. 

26. SHICK, FREDERICK: 

58, Rahere Street, Goswell Road, London. 

75. SHIELS, .TAMES: 

21 and 22, Square, Kelso, Roxburgh. 

17. SHOOLBRED, JAMES, AND CO.: 

Tottenham House, Tottenham Court Road, London. 

66. THE SICKER SAFE AND STRONG ROOM CO., LIMITED : 

Soho, near Birmingham. 

43. SIDDONS, JOSEPH AND JESSE: 

Hill Top, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. 

52,67. SIEBE AND GORMAN: 

17, Mason Street, Westminster Bridge Road, London. 

65. SIEMENS BROTHERS : 

12, Queen Anne’s Gate, London. 

47. SILICATE PAINT COMPANY: 

107, Cannon Street, London. 

66. SILICATED CARBON FILTER CO.: 

Church Road, Battersea, London. 

37. SIMMONS, SIMON: 

180, Bishopsgate Street. London. 

54. SIMON, LOUIS, AND SON: 

Wilford Road Works, Nottingham. 

18, 19. SIMPSON, W. B., AND SONS: 

100, Saint Martin’s Lane, London. 

47. SIMPSONS, PAYNE, AND CO.: 

Palm Candle Works, Millwall, London, 

75. SIMS, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Lion Brewery, Reading. 

47. SIMS, WILLIAM: 

Lion Brewery, Reading. 

85. SINCLAIR, DAVID, AND CO.: 

15 , Redcross Street, Southwark, London. 

58. SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.: 

33 aaiV^ alEes Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

Del, JOHN W., AND SON: 

25 SINGEWR& Somersetshire. 

Fromc^J (CHARLES) AND EAST: 

9 10 SKIPPED R0 stan ’ s Hill, Great Tower Street, London. 

’ ‘ 1, St. Dun, INGHAM, AND CO.: 

34. SLATER, BUCKr yj - London. 

35, Wood StreetT T:p ^NS : 

38. SLAZENGER AND SLwqj^ester. 

25, Market Street, Mane,. 

12. SLINGSBY, ROBERT: 

168, High Street, Lincoln. 


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66. SMEATON, W., AND SONS : 

9, Newcastle Street, Strand, London. 

17. SMEE, W. A. AND S.: 

6, Finsbury Pavement, London. 

55. SMITH AND COVENTRY: 

Gresley Iron Works, Ordsal Lane, Manchester. 

43. SMITH, FREDERICK, AND CO.: 

Caledonia Works, Halifax. 

36. SMITH, GEORGE JOHN: 

31, St. Aubyn’s Road, Upper Norwood, near London. 

43. SMITH, JAMES, AND SON: 

Astwood Bank, near Redditch. 

47. SMITH, JOHN M. : 

38, Borough Road, London. 

33. SMITH, ROBERT, AND SON: 

Hayford Mills, Stirling. 

.58. SMITH, STARLEY, AND CO., LIMITED : 

Trafalgar Works, Coventry. 

47. SMITH, T. AND H., AND CO.: 

21, Duke Street, Edinburgh. 

21. SMITH (TURBERVILLE) AND SON : 

9, Great Marlborough Street, London. 

43. SMITH, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Dallam Wire Works, Warrington. 

13. SMITH, JAMES MUIR: 

116 and 118, Bayham Street, Camden Town, London. 
43. SMITH, JOHN WRIGHT: 

121, Belgrave Gate, Leicester. 

54. SMITH, MICHAEL HOLROYT) : 

Royal Insurance Buildings, Crossley Street, Halifax. 

47. SMITH, THOMAS OGILVIE: 

Grass Market, Edinburgh. 

51. SMITH, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Royal Iron Works, Kettering. 

64. SMITH’S VACUUM BRAKE CO., LIMITED : 

69, Upper Thames Street, London. 

32. SMITHSON, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Brunswick Mills, Halifax. 

37. SMYTH AND CO.: 

Balbriggan, Ireland. 

51. SMYTH, JAMES, AND SONS: 

Peasenhall, Suffolk. 

43. SNEDSHILL IRON CO.: 

Snedshill Iron Works, near Shifnal, Shropshire. 

19. SNELL, GODFREY, AND CO.: 

20, Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

43. SNELUS, GEORGE JAMES: 

Workington, Cumberland. 

69. SNODGRASS, JAMES : 

Saucel Mills, Paisley. 

11. SOANE, HARRY: 

8, Green Street, Leicester Square, London. 

6. SONNENSCHEIN, ADOLF: 

8, Beverley Road, South Penge Park, Anerley, London . 


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INDEX. 


Clsss 

40. SOPER, WILLIAM : 

22, Eriar Street, Reading. 

47. SOUTHALL BROTHERS AND BARCLAY: 
17, Bull Street, Birmingham. 

54. SOUTHALL, CHARLES HENRY: 

Dewsbury Road, Leeds. 

43. SOUTH DERWENT COLLIERY COMPANY: 
Lombard Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

6. SOUTHED, ARTHUR PHILIP: 

West Cliff School, Ramsgate. 

8. SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM: 

London. 

21. SOUTHWELL, H. AND M.: 

Bridgenorth. 

57. SOWDEN, DAVID, AND SONS: 

Thornton Road, Bradford. 

47. SPENCE, PETER: 

Pendleton Alum Works, Manchester. 

43. SPENCER, J. R., AND SON: 

Albion Steel Works, Sheffield. 

43. SPENCER, WALTER, AND CO.: 

Midland Steel Works, Rotherham. 

37. SPIERS BROTHERS: 

34, Wood Street, London. 

17. SPIERS AND SON: 

102 and 103, High Street, Oxford. 

9. SPOTT1SW OODE AND CO.: 

New Street Square, London. 

69. SPRATT’S PATENT BISCUIT CO.: 

Henry Street, Tooley Street, London. * 

60. SQUINTANI, CARLO GIUSEPPE, AND CO.: 
3, Ludgate Circus Buildings, London. 

46, 71. STAFFORD, J., SONS, AND OSWTN: 
Campbell Street, Leicester. 

52. STAFFORD, SAMUEL: 

17, Hanging Ditch, Manchester. 

69. STANBRIDGE, S., AND CO.: 

Canal Bank, Camberwell, London. 

9, 16. STANFORD, EDWARD: 

55, Charing Cross, London. 

54. ST ANN AH, JOSEPH: 

20, Southwark Bridge Road, London. 

32. STANSFELD, BROWN, AND CO.: 

Bradford. 

33. STANTON AND SON: 

Stafford Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

29. STAR BRUSH CO., LIMITED: 

North East Road, Holloway, London. 

67. STEEDMAN AND McALISTER : 

248, Paisley Road, Glasgow. 


INDEX. 


lxxv 


Cld/Ss 

27. STEEL AND GARLAND: 

Wharncliffe Works, Sheffield. 

10. STEPHENS, HENRY CHARLES: 

171, Aldersgate Street, London. 

21. STEPHENS, JAMES: 

2, Frith Street, Soho, London. 

9. STEPHENSON, BLAKE, AND CO.: 

Sheffield. 

17. STEVENS AND SONS: 

Villiers Street, Charing Cross, London. 

74. STEVENS, THOMAS: 

46, Hope Street, Wrexham, North Wales. 

29. STEWART, S. R., AND CO. : 

Comb Works, Aberdeen. 

9,64. STEWART, CHARLES: 

50, Colebrooke Row, Islington, London. 

36. STIEBEL, KAUFMANN, AND CO.: 

St. Mary’s Gate, Nottingham. 

20,66. STIFF, JAMES, AND SONS: 

High Street, Lambeth, London. 

30. STIRLING, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Renton, by Glasgow. 

21. STODDARD, A. F., AND CO.: 

Glenpatrick Carpet Works, Paisley. 

66, 67. STONE, J., AND CO.: 

High Street, Deptford, London. 

47. STORER, DAVID, AND SONS : 

Sydney Street, Glasgow. 

42. STORMONT, JAMES G.: 

59, Constitution Hill, Birmingham. 

13, STROHMENGER, J„ AND SONS: 

169 and 206, Goswell Road, London. 

45. STUART, JOHN AND WILLIAM: 

Esk Mills, Musselburgh. 

33. STUBLEY, GEORGE AND JAMES: 

Bottoms Mills, Batley, Yorkshire. 

53. SUGG, WILLIAM: 

Vincent Works, Vincent Street, Westminster, London. 

53. SUN AUTO-PNEUMATIC LIGHTING AND HEATING CO 
LIMITED: 

115, Southwark Street, London. 

6. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION: 

56, Old Bailey, London. 

67. SUNDERLAND SHIP BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION: 

Sunderland. 

62. SURREY MACHINIST CO.: 

85, Blackman Street, Borough, London. 

85. SUTTON AND SONS: 

Reading. 

63. SWAINE AND ADENEY: 

185, Piccadilly, London. 


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INDEX 


Cl&ss 

30. SWAINSON, BIRLEY, AND CO.: 

5, Goldsmith Street, City, London. 

42. SWAN, CHARLES: 

9, Upper Mount Pleasant Avenue, Dublin. 

43. SWANSEA TIN PLATE CO.: 

Tin Plate Works, Swansea. 

37. SWEARS AND WELLS: 

192, Regent Street, London. 

36. SWEETMAN, Mrs. C. : 

40, Avenue de la Mothe Piquet, Paris. 

15. SWIFT, JAMES: 

University Street, London. 

33. SYKES, GODFREY, AND SON: 

Mold Green, Huddersfield. 

58. SYMONS, H. CYRUS: 

2, George Street, Blackfriars Road, London. 


T. 

72. TALLERMAN, DANIEL : 

113, Cannon Street, London. 

66. TAMAR AND KIT HILL GRANITE CO.: 

Kingston House, Gunnislake, Cornwall. 

54. TANGYE BROTHERS: 

Cornwall Works, Birmingham. 

32. TANKARD, JAMES : 

Upper Croft Mills, Bowling, Bradford, Yorks. 

21. TAPLING, THOS., AND CO.: 

1 to 8, Gresham Street West, London. 

58. TATHAM, WALTER, AND CO.: 

42, Castle Gate, Nottingham. 

43. TAYLER, D. F., AND CO.: 

New Hall Works, George Street, Birmingham. 

54. TAYLOR AND CO.: 

129, Seven Sisters Road, London. 

33. TAYLOR AND LITTLEWOOD : 

Newsome Mills, Huddersfield. 

38. TAYLOR BROTHERS: 

116, Wood Street, London. 

33. TAYLOR AND CO.: 

Holme Mill, Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

33. TAYLOR, J. T., AND CO.: 

Ribbleden Mills, Iiolmfirth, near Huddersfield. 

58. TAYLOR’S PATENT SEWING MACHINE CO., LIMITED 
Driffield, Yorkshire. 

50. TAYLOR, HENRY E.: 

15, Newgate Street, Chester. 

62. TAYLOR, WALTER: 

Ranelagh Road, Pimlico, London. 

19. TAYLOR, WILLIAM GEORGE: 

4, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London. 


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lxxvii 


Class. 

65. THE TELEGRAPH CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE 

CO., LIMITED : 

38, Old Broad Street, City, London. 

21. TEMPLETON, J. AND J. S.: 

128, Crownpoint Road, Glasgow. 

21. TEMPLETON, JAMES, AND CO.: 

30, William Street, Greenhead, Glasgow. 

47. TENNANT, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

St. Rollox Chemical Works, Glasgow. 

54. TERRELL, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Welsh Back, Bristol. 

10. TERRY, STONEMAN, AND CO.: 

6 and 82, Hatton Garden, London. 

21. THOM AND LAWSON: 

95, Cumberland Street, Greenhead, Glasgow. 

85. THOMAS, J. J., AND CO. : 

362, Edgware Road, London. 

43. THOMAS, S., AND SONS: 

British Needle Mills, Redditch. 

15. THOMAS, ANTOINE E.: 

The Butts, Brentford, Middlesex. 

66. THOMLINSON AND SALKELD: 

34, Junction Road, London. 

34. THOMPSON, WILLIAM, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Galgate Silk Mills, near Lancaster. 

62. THOMPSON, CHARLES: 

33, 35, and 37, Newington Butts, London. 

67. THOMPSON, W. B.: 

Dundee. 

67. THOMSON, JAS., AND GEO.: 

Clyde Bank Foundry, Glasgow. 

69. THOMSON, JAS. AND SONS: 

5, Leven Street, Edinburgh. 

67. THOMSON, SIR WILLIAM : 

The University, Glasgow. 

33. THOMSON, WILLIAM, AND SONS : 

Priestroyd Mills, Huddersfield. 

37. THOMSON, W. S., AND CO.: 

97, Cheapside, London. 

55. THOMSON, STERNE, AND CO., LIMITED: 

156, North Woodside Road, Glasgow. 

69. THORLEY’S (J. W.) CATTLE FOOD CO., LIMITED : 

104, Worship Street, London. 

62. THORN, CHARLES: 

Norfolk Carriage Works, Norwich. 

29. THORNHILL, WALTER, AND CO.: 

144, New Bond Street, London. 

43. THRISCUTT AND BALE: 

St. Austell, Cornwall. 

53. TICE, WILLIAM: 

74, Park Road, Southport, Lancaster. 

15. TISLEY AND CO.: 

172, Brompton Road, London. 


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INDEX 


Class. 

53. TOLEMAN, JAMES: 

80, Bermondsey Street, London. 

40. TOLLEY, J. AND W.: 

Pioneer Works, St. Mary’s Square, Birmingham. 

21. TOMKINSON AND ADAM : 

Kidderminster. 

30. TOOTAL-BROADIIURST, LEE, AND CO.: 

56 to 62, Morley Street, Manchester. 

20. TORQUAY TERRA-COTTA CO.: 

Hele Cross, Torquay. 

66. TREGAY, ALFRED: 

7, London Road, Liverpool. 

21. TRELOAR AND SONS: 

69, Ludgate Hill, London. 

33. TRENCHARD, G., AND CO. : 

Winsham, Somerset. 

38. TRESS AND CO.: 

3, 5, and 7, Stamford Street, Blackfriars, London. 

52. TRIGGS AND BENSON (Trustees of the late Thos. Carr): 

39, Broad Street, Bristol. 

17. TROLLOPE, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

Halkin Street West, London. 

21. TULL, GLANVILL, AND CO.: 

Roupell Street, Lambeth, London. 

54. TULLIS, JOHN, AND SON: 

John Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

34. TURNER, ARCHIBALD, AND CO.: 

Bow Bridge Works, Leicester. 

47. TURNER, CHAS., AND SON: 

7, 8, and 9, Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

51, TURNER, E. R. AND F.: 

St. Peter’s Iron Works, Ipswich. 

54. TURNER, FREDERICK WILLIAM : 

Iron Works, St. Alban’s, Herts. 

43. TURNER, R., AND SONS: 

Steam Mills, Redditch. 

33. TURNER, J. B., AND CO.: 

Albert Mills, Huddersfield. 

17. TURPIN, M. F. C.: 

22, Queen’s Road, Bayswater, London. 

48. TURTLE AND PEARCE: 

11, Duke Street, London Bridge, London. 

43. TLRTON, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

Sheaf Works, Sheffield. 

43. TWEDDELL, MACLAREN, AND CO.: 

5, Queen Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

55. TWEDDELL, RALPH HART: 

14, Delahay Street, Westminster, London. 

47. TWELVETJREES, HARPER, AND SON: 

Cordova Chemical Works, Copperfield Road, Bow, London. 
54. TWIBILL, JOSEPH: 

Economiser Iron Works, Manchester. 

6. TWINING, THOMAS: 

Perryn House, Twickenham. 


INDEX, 


lxxix 


52, S 54. TYLER (HAYWARD) AND CO. : 

84 and 85, Upper Whitecross St., London. 

53. TYLER, JOHN HENRY: 

38, Abbey Street, Bermondsey, London. 

43. TYLOR, A., AND CO.: 

123, Bute Street, Cardiff. 

66. TYLOR, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

2, Newgate Street, London. 

47. TYNE ALKALI CO., LIMITED: 

1, Dean Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

9. TYPOGRAPHIC ETCHING CO. : 

23, Farringdon Street, London. 

u. 

9. UHLRICH, H. S.: 

Brynterion, Chelsfield, Cbislehurst, Kent. 

31. ULLATHORNE AND CO. : 

9, Gate Street, Lincoln’s Inn, London. 

41. UNITE, JOHN: 

291 and 293, Edgware Road, London. 

9. UNWIN BROTHERS: 

Oxford Court, 109a, Cannon Street, City, London. 


Y. 

36. VALLANCE, Miss FANNY: 

43, Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park, London. 

34. VANNER, J„ AND SONS: 

Coleman Street, City, London. 

12. VAN DER WEYDE, HENRY: 

182, Regent Street, London. 

66. VAN PRAAG, A., AND CO.: 

9, Crown Street, Sobo, London. 

67. VANSITTART, Mrs. HENRIETTA: 

Bell House, Montpelier Row, Twickenham. 

38. VAN VOLEN, G.: 

50 to 52, Waterloo Road, London. 

65. VARLEY, S. ALFRED : 

Hatfield, Herts. 

75. VAUGHAN-JONES, EDWARD: 

17, Water Lane, Great Tower Street, London, 

66. VERITY BROTHERS: 

127, Regent Street, London. 

30. VERNON AND FREEMANTLE: 

Piccadilly Mills, Manchester. 

75. VICKERS, JOS. AND JOHN, AND CO.: 

Victoria Street Distillery, Westminster, London. 
34. VIRGOE, MIDDLETON, AND CO.: 

34, Wood Street, City, London. 

9. VIRTUE AND CO., LIMITED : 

294, City Road, London. 

43. VIVIAN, H. H., AND CO.: 

46, George Street, St. Paul’s, Birmingham. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

38. VYSE, SONS, AND CO.: 

76, Wood Street, City, London. 


w. 

62. WADSWORTH, ROBERT: 

29, Westgate, Halifax. 

43. WALKER, JAMES: 

10, Elmwood Place, Leeds. 

70. WALKER, JOHN: 

Cleveland Street, Glasgow. 

17. WALKER, W„ AND SONS : 

119, Bunhill Row, London. 

13. WALLIS, JOSEPH: 

133 and 135, Euston Road, London. 

21. WALTON, FREDERICK: 

Heatham House, Twickenham. 

52. WALWORTH, JAMES, AND CO.: 

Albert Works, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

19. WARD AND HUGHES: 

67, Frith Street, Soho, London. 

34. WARD, ANTHONY, AND CO.: 

Albion Mills, Leek, Staffordshire. 

9. WARD, MARCUS, AND CO.: 

67, Chandos Street, Covent Garden, London. 

18, 62. WARD, JOHN: 

5 and 6, Leicester Square, London. 

43. WARDROBE AND SMITH: 

Meadow Steel Works, Well Meadow Street, Sheffield. 

38. WARMINGTON, F. W., AND CO.: 

60, High Street, Colchester. 

12. WARNERKE, LEON: 

10, Linden Grove, Peckham Rye, London. 

43. WARRINGTON 1 WIRE ROPE WORKS CO., LIMITED 
Warrington. 

47. WASHINGTON CHEMICAL CO. : 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

10. WATERLOW AND SONS, LIMITED: 

25, Great Winchester Street, LondoD. 

30. WATERS, J. AND E., AND CO.: 

Talbot Mills, Ellesmere Street, Hulme, Manchester. 

10. WATERSTON, G., SONS, AND STEWART: 

56, Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 

10. WATKINS AND McCOMBIE: 

5a, Cloak Lane, London. 

12. WATKINS, HERBERT: 

1, Torriano Avenue, Camden Road, London. 

34. WATSON AND CO.: 

London Mills, London Street, Leek, Staffordshire. 


INDEX. 


lxxxi 


Class. 

21. WATSON, BONTOR, AND CO. : 

35, Old Bond Street, London. 

60. WATSON, HENRY: 

Higli Bridge Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

39. WATSON, J., AND SON: 

Moorgate Street Chambers, Moorgate Street, London. 

33. WATSON, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Dangerfield Mills, Hawick, Scotland. 

17. WATT, WILLIAM: 

21, Grafton Street East, London. 

G7. WATTS, JAMES WREN: 

46, Old Street, St. Luke’s, London. 

21, 17. WAUGH AND SON: 

3 and 4, Goodge Street, London. 

27 WAVISH, JAMES: 

7. Eenchurch Street, London. 

43. THE WAYNES MERTHYR CO.. LIMITED : 

Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Lane, London. 

85. WEBB, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

Wordsley, Stourbridge. 

19. WEBB, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

Stourbridge. 

26. WEBSTER, RICHARD: 

5, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

20. WEDGWOOD, J., AND SONS: 

Etruria, Stoke-upon-Trent. 

34. WELCH, MAllGETSON, AND CO.: 

16 and 17, Cheapside, London. 

38. WELCH AND SONS: 

44, Gutter Lane, London. 

9. WELCH, WILLIAM JAMES: 

25, Wellington Street, Strand, London. 

47. WELDON, WALTER: 

Rede Hall, Bairstow. 

33. WELSH WOOLLEN MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED: 
Newtown, Montgomeryshire. 

47, 53. WENGER, ALBERT ; 

Parker Street Works, Hanley, Staffordshire. 

52. WENHAM LAKE ICE CO.: 

125, Strand, London. 

50. WEST CUMBERLAND IRON AND STEEL CO., LIMITED : 
Workington, Cumberland. 

50, 59. WESTERN AND CO.: 

Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London. 

43. WESTERN MERTHYR COAL AND FUEL CO., LIMITED : 
Swansea. 

18. WESTLAKE, N. II. J. : 

Goodyears, Hendon, near London. 

G 804. 


f 


lxxxii 


INDEX, 


Class. 

8. WHEELER, EDMUND: 

48, Tollington Road, Holloway, London. 

12, WHEELER, WILLIAM HENRY: 

106, High. Street, Oxford. 

21. WHINCUP, JOSEPH: 

36, Wood Street, London. 

9. WHITAKER, JOSEPH: 

12, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row, London. 

17. WHITBURN AND YOUNG: 

Milford, near Godaiming, Surrey. 

56. WHITE, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Park Road, Bingley, Yorkshire. 

43. WHITE, W„ AND SON: 

345, Oxford Street, London. 

66. WHITE, WILLIAM GEORGE: 

23, Eenchurch Street, London. 

72. WHITEHEAD AND CO., LIMITED : 

110, Eenchurch Street, London. 

66. WHITEHEAD, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Albert Works, Preston, Lancashire. 

33. WHITEHEAD, R. R., AND BROS., LIMITED: 

10, Endell Street, Long Acre, London. 

67. WHITE STAR LINE (ISMAY, IMRIE, & CO.) : 

10, Water Street, Liverpool. 

12. WHITING, MATTHEW: 

Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, Surrey. 

54. WHITLEY, JOHN R.: 

Albert Park, Didsbury, Manchester. 

43. WHITWELL, THOMAS: 

Thornaby Iron Works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

54, 55, 67, 68. WHITWORTH, SIR JOSEPH, AND CO., LIMITED 

44, Chorlton Street, Manchester. 

9. WHYMPER, EDWARD : 

45, Lambeth Road, London. 

21. WIDNELL, HENRY, AND CO.: 

Lasswade, near Edinburgh. 

43. WIGAN COAL AND IRON CO., LIMITED: 

Wigan. 

72. WIGAN, HENRY, AND CO.: 

Swan Lane, Upper Thames Street, London. 

43. WIGGIN, HENRY, AND CO.: 

55, George Street, Parade, Birmingham, 

54, 67. WIGZELL, HALSEY, AND CO.: 

82, Mark Lane, London. 

29. WILDE, JAMES, AND SON: 

The Brush Eactory, Oldham , 

52. WILDER, JOHN: 

Yield Hall Eoundry, Reading. 

21. WILDEY, WM, AND CO.: 

13, Holland Street, Blackfriars, Londou. 


INDEX 


lxxxiii 


Class 

31. WTLFORD, J., AND SONS: 

Brompton, near Northallerton. 

47. WILKINSON, HEYWOOD, AND CLARK: 

Caledonian Works, Battle Bridge, London. 

33. WJLLANS, THOS. B., AND CO.: 

Yale Mills, Rochdale. 

18. WILLIAMS, G. A., AND SON: 

21, Queen’s Road, Bayswater, London. 

30. WILLIAMS, SONS, AND BROOKES: 

1 2, Birchin Lane, Manchester. 

47. WILLIAMS, THOMAS, AND DOWER: 

Star Chemical Works, Brentford, Middlesex. 

75. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, AND SONS : 

19, Regent Quay, Aberdeen. 

21. WILLIS, H. R., AND CO.: 

Kidderminster. 

10. WILLIS, WILLIAM HENRY, AND CO.: 

80, Long Acre, London. 

86. WILLS, JOHN: 

Onslow Crescent, South Kensington, London. 

47. WILSON AND CO. : 

Chemical W orks, Jubilee Street, Mile End Road, London. 

83. WILSON, BRICE: 

Newbury, Berkshire. 

58,63. WILSON (NEWTON), AND CO.: 

144, High Ilolborn, London. 

49. WILSON, WALKER, AND CO.: 

Sheepscar Leather Works, Leeds. 

70. WILSON, TIIOS.: 

122, Main Street, Anderston, Glasgow. 

62. WIND OVER, C. S.: 

. 32 and 33, Long Acre, London. 

17. WINFIELD, 1L W., AND CO.: 

Cambridge Street Works, Birmingham. 

10. WOLFF, E., AND SON: 

55, Great Queen Street, Lincoln’s Inn, London 

54. WOLSTENCROFT, T., AND CO.: 

46, Ludgate Hill, London. 

30. WOOD AND BREARLEY: 

Palace Street, Manchester. 

66. WOOD AND IVERY, LIMITED: 

Albion Works, West Bromwich. 

43. WOODFIELD, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Easemore Works, Kedditch. 

52, 68. WOODS, COCKSEDGE, AND CO.: 

Suffolk Iron Works, Stowmarket. 

21. WOODWARD, GROSVENOR, AND CO.: 

Stour Vale Mills, Kidderminster. 

40. WOODWARD, JAMES, AND SONS: 

61, St. James’s Street, London. 


lxxxiv 


INDEX. 


Class. 

22. WOOLLAMS, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

110, High Street, Manchester Square, London. 

33. THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION OF THE 
HUDDERSFIELD INCORPORATED CHAMBER OF COM- 
MERCE : 

Huddersfield. 

10. WOOLLEY AND CO.: 

210, High Ilolhorn, London. 

51. WOOLNOUGH, W. AND C., AND CO.: 

Ceres Iron W orks, Kingston-on-Thames. 

13. WORNUM, ROBERT, AND SONS : 

16, Store Street, Bedford Square, London. 

50. WORSSAM, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Oakley W orks, King’s Road, Chelsea, London. 

66. WOULDHAM CEMENT CO.: 

10a, King’s Arms Yard, City, London. 

47. WEIGHT AND HOLDSWORTH: 

91, St. James’s Road, Brixton, London. 

75. WRIGHT, HERBERT, AND CO.: 

The Diamond Brewery, Dover. 

27, 53. WRIGHT, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Essex Works. Broad Street, Birmingham. 

50. WRIGHT, PETER, AND SONS: 

Constitution Hill Works, Dudley. 

66. WRIGHT, SUTCLIFFE, AND SON: 

Adelaide Street, Gibbet Street, Halifax. 

43. WEIGHT, W. B., AND CO.: 

St. Philip’s, Bristol. 

45. WRIGHT, ROBERT: 

16, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

53. WRIGHT, WILLIAM: 

London Road, Highfields, Sheffield. 

62. WYBURN AND CO.: 

121, Long Acre, London. 

47. WYNDHAM AND CO.: 

37, Easteheap, London, 


Y. 


28. YARDLEY AND CO.: 

7, Vine Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

12. YORK, FREDERICK: 

87, Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London. 

47. YORKSHIRE VARNISH CO.: 

39, Upper Thames Street, London. 

31, YORK STREET FLAX SPINNING CO., LIMITED: 
Belfast, Ireland. 


INDEX. 


lxxxv 


Class. 

75. YOUNG, J., AND SON : 

Dorking. 

47. YOUNG’S PARAFFIN LIGHT AND MINERAL OIL CO., 
LIMITED : 

13, Dundas Street, Glasgow. 


z. 


05. ZIMDARS, C. E.: 

327, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

60. ZUCCATO AND WOLFF: 

19, Charterhouse Street, Holborn Viaduct, London. 









C A T A L 0 G U E. 



CATALOGUE. 


FIRST GROUP. 


WORKS OF ART. 


Class I. — Oil Paintings. 

Paintings on canvas, on panel, and on other grounds. 

Class II. — Various Paintings and Drawings. 

Miniatures, water-colour paintings, pastels, and drawings of every 
kind; paintings on enamel, earthenware and porcelain ; cartoons 
for stained glass windows and frescoes. 

Class III. — Sculpture and Die Sinking. 

Sculpture in high relief, bas-reliefs, chased and repousse work. 
Medals, cameos, engraved stones, Niello work. 


Class IY. — Architectural Drawings and Models. 

Studies and details. Elevations and plans of buildings. Restora- 
tions based upon existing ruins or documents. 

Class V. — Engravings and Lithographs. 

Engravings, coloured engravings. Lithographs executed with 
pencil and with brush, chromo-lithographs. 


G 804 . 


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2 


LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS WHO HAVE KINDLY 
PLACED THEIR COLLECTIONS OF WORKS OF 
ART AT THE DISPOSAL OF THE ROYAL COM- 
MISSION. 


HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. 

IIIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. 


Names. 


Addresses. 


Agnew, Miss Caroline 
Agnew, Messrs. T., and Sons 
Agnew, William 
Agnew, Mrs. T. - 
All day, E. - 
Armstrong, Sir William 
Art Union of London, The 
Austin, Wm. 


Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Exchange Street, Manchester. 

Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Fail-hope, Eecles, near Manchester. 
Sandon Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

444, West Strand, London. 

Ellermede, Totteridge. 


Barber, J. 

Barker, Major 
Baring, T. C., M.P. - 
Barr, E. G. - 
Baumann, A. 

Beaumont, Somerset - 
Beale, Dr. Lionel 
Beddington, G. H. 

Bell, Alfred - 
Bell, George - 
Bessemer, Henry 
Billing, M. 

Bischoffsheim, H. L. - 
Bishop, A. - 
Blackwell, T. 

Bodley, G. F. 

Bolckow, H. W. F., M.P. 
Bollams, E. - 
Bolton, Lieut.-Col. 
Bourne, S. - 
Bowman, W. 

Bowring, J. C. 

Brassey, H.A., M.P. - 
Brockbank, W. 
Brocklebank, Ralph - 
Brooks, Henry 
Bullock, G. - 
Bullock, G. W„ 

Burges, W. - 
Burgess, J. B., A.R.A. 
Burnett, G. R. 

Burton, J. - 


20, Westbourne Terrace, London. 
Holmefield, Wakefield. 

8, Bishopgate Street Within, London. 

76, Holland Park, London. 

77, Holland Park, London. 

Shere, near Guildford, Surrey. 

61, Grosvenor Street, London. 

2, Pembridge Square, London. 

Bayford House, Roslyn Park, Hampstead. 
York Street, Corent Garden, London. 
Denmark Hill, Surrey. 

Livery Street, Birmingham. 

Bute House, South Audley Street, London. 
Severn Villa, Highbury New Park, London. 
Brooks Hill, Harrow Weald. 

25, Church Row, Hampstead. 

Marton Hall, Middlesborough-on-Tees. 
Dudley House, Kenilworth. 

4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London. 
Simla Villa, Waverley Street, Nottingham. 

5, Clifford Street, Bond Street, London. 
Forest Farm, Windsor. 

6, Cromwell Houses, London. 

Brockhurst, Didsbury, near Manchester. 
Childwall Hall, Liverpool. 

5, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 

2, Holland Park, London. 

Ellesmere Park, Eccles, near Manchester. 
Melbury Road, Holland Park, London. 

205, Maida Vale, London. 

34, Phillimore Gardens, London. 

Tower House, Streatham. 


Campbell, Colin Minton, M.P. 
Carr, J. 

Carver, W. 

Case, Mrs. - 

Cavendish, Lord Frederick 
Charles, M.P. 

Chapman and Hall, Messrs. - 


Stoke-on-Trent. 

Eyre Street, Sheffield. 

Old Trafford, Manchester. 

27, Inverness Terrace, Kensington, London. 
21, Carlton House Terrace, London. 

193, Piccadilly, London. 


3 


Names. 

Christie, W. L., M.P. - 
Clabburn, W. H. 

Clarendon Club, The - 
Cleveland, The Duke of, K.G. 
Cochrane, W. 

Coleman, E. J. 

Collard, C. L. 

Cookson, W. S., Executors of 
the late. 

Coope, O. E., M.P. 

Cosens, F. W. 

Cosier, E. A. - 
Cotman, T. W. 

Courtauld, Louis 
Cowper-Temple, Et. Hon. W. 

F., M.P. 

Craven, F. 

Dalziel, E. 

Dalziel, G. - . 

De-la-Warr, Earl 
Denny, P. - 
Dewhurst, H. 

Donald, J. - 

Eastlake, W. - 
Eaton, H. W., M.P. - 
Elliott, J. J. - 

Ellis, Col. - - - 

Fennessey, Eodney J. 

Fenton, W. - - - 

Fenwick, G. F. 

Fine Art Society, The 
Finlay, J. H. - 
Firth, Mark - 

Fishmongers, the Company of 
Foley, J. H., The executors of 
the late. 

Foote, Mrs. - - - 

Foster, Birket 

Fowler, John 

Fox, G. - 

Fraser, P. Allen 

Fry, C. E. - 

Galloway, C. J. 

Galloway, John, jun. - 
Galloway, Hy. 

Galsworthy, J. 

Gambart, E. - 
Gamble, James 
Gassiot, C. - 
Geflowski, E.„- 
Gilbey, Hy. - 
Gilbey, W. - 
Gosling, S. F.- 
Graham, W. - 
Grainger, C. - 
Graves, Henry. 

Gurney, J. - 


Addresses. 

Glyndebourne, Lewes. 

Norwich. 

Manchester. 

1, St. James’s Square, London. 
Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Stoke Park, near Windsor. 
Eavensworth, Bournemouth. 


Eochetts, Brentwood. 

27, Queen’s Gate, London. 

23, Upper Phillimore Gardens, Loudon. 
Ipswich. 

3, Northumberland Avenue, Putney, London. 
Broadlands, Eomsey. 

Thornbridge, Bakewell. 

33, Belsize Park Gardens, London. 

St. George’s Terrace, Eegent’s Park, London. 
Buekhurst, Withyam, Sussex. 

Heienslee, Dumbarton, N. B. 

Clough Hall, Huddersfield. 

5, Queen’s Terrace, Glasgow. 

3, Buckland Terrace, Plymouth. 

1, Princes Gate, London. 

55, Baker Street, London, 

Portland Place, London. 

6, Langham Street, London. 

Dutton Manor, Langridge, near Preston. 

New Bond Street, London. 

26, Glencairn Crescent, Edinburgh. 
Oakbrook, Sheffield. 

Fishmongers’ Hall, London. 

Osnaburgh Street, London. 

Leigham Court Eoad, Streatham. 

The Hill, Witley, Surrey. 

Thornwood Lodge, Campden Hill, London. 
Elmhurst Hall, Lichfield. 

Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

55, Baker Street, Portman Square, London. 

Thorneyholme, Old Trafford, Manchester. 
The Cottage, Old Trafford, Manchester. 
Manor Croft, Urmston, near Manchester. 
Coornbe Leigh, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

Les Palmiers, Nice, Alpes Maritimes, France. 
24, Eich Terrace, South Kensington, London. 
Upper Tooting. 

21, Camden Eoad, London. 

1, Park Crescent, Portland Place, London. 
Elsingham Hall, Bishop Stortford. 

Lee House, Biddulph, near Congleton. 

35, Grosvenor Place, London. 

19, Bolton Gardens, London. 

Pall Mall, London. 

Sprowston Hall, Norwich. 

A 2 


4 


Names. 


Addresses. 


Haag, Carl 
Halford, A. D. 

Hall, H. T. - 
Hargreaves, Col. 
Harris, A. - 
Haslam, J. C. 
Hawkshaw, Sir John - 
Hepburn, T. - 
Heugh, John - 
Hill, T. D. - 
Hill, Captain Henry - 
Hodgkinson, H. 
Hodgson, J. Stewart - 
Holden, Angus 
Holt, George - 
Hopkins, It. - 

Hornsby, E. - 
Houklsworth, Jas. 
Huth, Louis - 
Hyde, H. J. - 


Ida Villa, Lyndhurst Eoad, Hampstead, 

50, Prince’s Gate, London. 

Maid’s Causeway, Cambridge. 

Maiden Erlegb, Reading. 

Lunefield, Kirkby Lonsdale. 

Gilnow House, Bolton. 

Hollycombe, Liphook, Hants. 

Clapham Common, London. 

12, Upper Brook Street, London. 

21, Grosvenor Place, London. 

53, Marine Parade, Brighton. 

26, Lower Phillimore Place, London. 

24 , Princes Gardens, London. 

Woodlands, Bradford. 

21, Water Street, Liverpool. 

Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Pall 
Mall, London. 

Claremont Villa, Rectory Road, Beckenham. 
Coltness, Wishaw, N. B. 

28, Hertford Street, London. 

30, Tufnell Park Road, London. 


“ Illustrated London News,” 
The proprietors of the. 

James, Sir Henry, M.P., Q.C. 
Jarvis, Lewis P. 


Strand, London. 

New Court, Temple, London. 
Midland Road, Bedford. 


Kay, A. 

Kennard, Coleridge 
Kennedy, E. S. 
Knowles, Kaye 


Cornhill Biggar, N. B. 

Lubenham, Market Harhorough. 

6, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, London. 
Swinton Old Hall, near Manchester. 


Leathart, James 
Lehmann, P. - 
Leslie, G. D., R.A. 

Levita, Emile - 
Lewis, C. Mansel 
Leyland, F. R. 

Lindsay, Col. Loyd, M.P. 
Liverpool, The Corporation of 
Lucas, C. - 


Brackendene, Gateshead, Northumberland. 
15, Berkeley Square, London. 

8, Grove End Road, London. 

27, Ennismore Gardens, London. 
Ystradey, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire. 

49, Prince’s Gate, London. 

2, Carlton Gardens, London. 

Warnham Court, Horsham. 


McGavin, J. - 
Macfarlane, W. 

Magniac, C. - 

Makins, H. E. 

Mappin, J. N. 

Mappin, Newton 
Marks, H. S., A.R.A. 
Marsden, A. M. 

Marshall, W. B. 

Matthews, C. P. 

Mendel, Sam. 

Milbank, F. A., M.P.- 

Mills, Sir Charles Henry, Bart., 
M.P. 

Millward, W. - 


19, Elmbank Terrace, Glasgow. 

22, Park Circus, Glasgow. 

Chesterfield House, South Audley Street, 
London. 

8, Palace Gate, Kensington, London. 

Conduit Lodge, Blackheath. 

Birchlands, Sheffield. 

15, Hamilton Terrace, London. 

King Street, St. James’, London. 

Belltfield, New Brighton, Liverpool. 

23, Hertford Street, London. 

The Manor House, Chislehurst. 

5, Moreton Gardens, South Kensington, 
London. 

Camelford House, Oxford Street, London. 

Enderlie, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, near 
Birmingham. 


o 


Names. 


Addresses. 


Morgan, J. S. 

Moir, Mrs. 

Morley, S., M.P. 
Moseley, J. - 
Moule, Miss Penelope. 
Moxon, C. 

Muir, W. 

Murrieta, Mariano de 


1 3, Prince’s Gate London. 

12, Hyde Park Street, London. 

16, Upper Brook Street, London. 

Cringle Hall, Levenshulme, near Manchester. 
East Dene, Bournemouth. 

61, Bedford Gardens, London. 

42, Holland Park, London. 

18, Pembridge Square, London. 


Nettlefold, F. - 
Nettlefold, J. H. 

Newall, W. J. - - 

Nield, J. 

Northampton, the Marquess of 
Northbrook, the Earl of 


20, York Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
King's Field, King’s Heath, near Birming- 
ham. 

33, South Street, Park Lane, London. 
Dunster, Rochdale. 

145, Piccadilly, London. 

Stratton, Micheldever. 


Office of Works, Her Majesty’s 


12, Whitehall Place, London. 


l’awle, F. C. - 
Pease, J. Whitwell, M.P. 
Pender, John, M.P. - 
Pennington, F., M.P. - 
Perrins, J. Dyson 
Philip, G., junr. 
Phillipson, Hilton. 
Pilgeram and Lefevre, 
Pochin, H. D. 

Pooley, C. J.- 
Pope, S., Q.C. 

Potter, E. Crompton - 
Powers, J. - 
Prance, Reg. H. 

Pulley, J. - 
Purvis, F. H. 

Quilter, Wm. - 


Northcote, Reigate. 

Hutton Hall, Guisborough, Yorkshire. 

18, Arlington Street, London. 

17, Hyde Park Terrace, London. 

Davenham Bank, Malvern. 

Caxton Buildings, Liverpool. 

Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

Ia King Street, St. James’, London. 

Barn Elms, Barnes. 

Clarence Lodge, Victoria Park, Manchester. 
59, Lancaster Gate, London. 

Rusholme House, Manchester. 

Swanswell, Coventry. 

Frognal, Hampstead, London. 

Lower Eaton, Hereford. 

Fairlawn, Carleton Road, Tufnell Park, Lon- 
don. 

28, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, London. 


Ravenshaw, Rev. T. F. 

Reid, J. R. - 
Richards, T. - 
Roberts, Humphrey - 
Rougier, Hy. - 

Royal Academy of Arts (The 
Council of the). 

Royal Artillery Mess Com- 
mittee. 


Pewsey Rectory, Wilts. 

Woodburn, Rutherglen, near Glasgow. 
3 1 , Cambridge Street, Birmingham. 

2, The Esplanade, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
1 , Inverness Gardens, London. 
Burlington House, London. 

Woolwich. 


Sandeman, A. G. 

Sandeman, J. G. 

Sandeman, Lieut.-Col. 

Sartoris, E. J. 

Santurce, Jose de Murrieta, 
Marquis de. 

Schroeder, Baron II . von. 
Schwabe, G. C. 

Scott, W. II. - 
Seeker, J. H. - 

Shand, Lord. - - - 

Sibeth, E. - 


5, Ennismore Gardens, London. 

4, Carlton Terrace, Glasgow. 

24, Cambridge Square, London. 

I, Studio, Campden Hill Road, London. 

II, Kensington Palace Gardens, London. 

The Dell, Staines. 

Yewden, Henley-on-Thames. 

St. Oswin’s, Tynemouth, Northumberland. 
8, South Eaton Place, London. 

Edinburgh. 

41, Cleveland Square, London. 


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Names. 


Addresses. 


Simonds, B. - 
Smith, George 
Stevenson, A. S. 

Strahan, A. - 
Street, G. E., B.A. 

Sutton, Sir Richard, Bart. 


St. Mary’s Priory, Reading. 

15, Waterloo Place, London. 

Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

9, Hanover Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
14, Cavendish Place, Cavendish Square, 
London. 

Barton Court, Hungerford, Berks. 


Taylor, James 
Taylor, T. 

Thompson, Sir Henry 
Tooth, A. 

Turner, H. J. 
Twining, Richard 


Whirley, Wigan. 

1, Hyde Park Gardens, London. 

35, Wimpole Street, London. 

5, Haymarket, London. 

Stockleigh House, Regent’s Park, London. 
184, Cromwell Road, London. 


Virtue, James 
Virtue, Messrs., & Co. 


Oatlands Park. 

294, City Road, London. 


Walker, J. - 
Walker, T. E., M.P. - 
Ward, W. G. - 
Wardell, J. - 
Waring, Hy. - 

Waring, Wm. 

Warner, The Rev. S. B. 
Waterlow, W. B. 

Webster, W. - - - 

Wertheimer, C. J. 
Westminster, Duke of, Iv.G. - 

Whalley, T. - 
White, E. F. - 
White, G. F. - 
White, J. Forbes. 

Whitehead, J. 

Whitelaw, A., M.P. - 
Whitfield, G. B. 

Willis, II. R. - 
Wilson, J. 5 - 

Wyndham, The Hon. Percy, 
M.P. 


Studley Castle, Studley, near Birmingham. 
Newcastle Drive, Nottingham. 

Thorncliffe, Rathgar, Dublin. 

Beenham House, Reading. 

39, Prince’s Gardens, London. 

23, Stanhope Gardens, London. 

Higlrtrees, Redhill, Surrey. 

8, St. Martin’s Place, London. 

16, Ulster Place, Regent’s Park, London. 
Grosvenor House, 38, Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London. 

Liverpool. 

13, King Street, St. James’, London. 

1 , Porchester Gate, Hyde Park, London. 
209, Union Street, Aberdeen. 

Park Hill, Higher Broughton, Manchester. 
91, Eaton Square, London. 

The Hollies, Smallheath, Birmingham. 

The Shrubbery, Wolverley. 

Aucheneck, N. B. 

44, Belgrave Square, London. 


CLASS 1. 


OIL PAINTINGS. 


J3.X.MA TM3MA, S.., A.E.A., H.E.S.A., 17, Titchfield Terrace, 
Regent’s Park, London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours. Medal 
(Paris), 1864. 2nd class medal (Paris Universal Exhibition, 
1867). Knight of the Legion of Honour.) 

1. The Picture Gallery. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

2. TnE Sculpture Gallery. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

3. A Roman Emperor. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 


4. The Vintage Festival. Lent by Baron von Schroeder. 

5. An Audience at Agrippa’s. 


Lent by Jose de Murrieta, Marquis de Santurce. 

6. A Fete Intime. Lent by Jose de Murrieta, Marquis de Santurce. 

7. After the Dance. Lent by H. E. Makins, Esq. 

8. A ROMAN Garden. Lent by Sir Henry Thompson. 

9. A Pyrrhic Dance. Lent by Charles Gassiot, Esq. 

10. Death OF THE First-born. Lent by Messrs. Pilgeram & Lefevre. 


ALMA TABEffiXA, Mrs. X., 17, Titchfield Terrace Eegent’s Park, 
London. 

11. A Blue Stocking. 


ANTHSNT, S2AR.SC, The Lawn, Hampstead, Middlesex. 

12. Night, Storm AND Darkness. Lent by James Leathart, Esq. 
ASCHSS, 3 ., E.S.A., 51, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London. 

13. “ Rose.” Lent by G. F. Fenwick, Esq. 

14. Little Miss Primrose. Lent by Emile Levita, Esq. 

ARMITAdS, 3., R.A., 3, Hall Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

15. Serf Emancipation : an Anglo Saxon Noble on his 

Death-bed gives Freedom to his Slaves. 

Lent by The Corporation of Liverpool. 

ABIttSTROSJ©, T., 121, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 

10. A Music Piece. Lent by J. Walker, Esq. 

AUMOTJIEJ?., J,, 136, Camden Road, London. 

(Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

17. Water Lilies. Lent by W. Carver, Esq. 

18. Toilers of the Field. Lent by J. J. Elliot, Esq. 

(See Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

BARNASB, V., Warrington House, Steele’s Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

19. The East End of London on a Saturday Night. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


BfilTESSia, Ci, 12, Dawson Place, London. 

20. Portraits of their Koyal Highnesses the Princesses 

Louisa and Victoria of Wales. 

Lent by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 
Bik "STIES, .a.. W., 21, Adelaide Road, London. 

21. Friends and Foes. 

BEAVIS, IS., 38, Eitzroy Square, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

22. Bringing up the Nets from the Shore at Scheveningen. 

Lent by Mrs. Poote. 

SOTTOESLIS'2", 3 . W., 46, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, London. 

23. A Race for Life. 

BOUGMTQiKr, tj„ h., West House, Campdeu Hill Road, London. 

24. &NOW IN Spring. Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

25. The Bearers of the Burden. Lent by Mark Firth, Esq. 

26. A Surrey Pastoral. 

BEETT, 5"., 38, Harley Street, London. 

27. The Spires and Steeples of the Channel Islands. 

Lent by E. Pennington, Esq., M.P. 

28. Mount’s Bay, Cornwall. 

BESWOTAIS, EL F., 1, The Mall, Haverstock Hi.., London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

29. The Sleeping Beauty. {Sec Water Colours.) 

BTSTLSR, Mrs. {n£e ELISABETH THOKEPSOW), 76, Fulham 
Road, London. 

30. The Return from Inkermann. Lent by The Fine Art Society. 
CASiBESOET, E>. tt., R.A., Weston Lodge, Grove End Road, London. 

{Member of the Poyal Academy of Arts, London. Medal, 1st class 
{Paris Universal Exhibition q/"1867).) 

31. Home they brought Her Warrior Dead. 

Lent by ADgus Holden, Esq. 

32. On Her WAY to the Throne. Lent by C. P. Matthews, Esq. 

33. Sighing iiis Soul into iiis Lady’s Face. 

Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

34. Constance. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

35. Victory ! Lent by J. Nield, Esq. 

36. Catherine de Lorraine, Duchesse de Montpensier, urges 

Jacques Clement to assassinate Henri III. 

Lent by O. E. Coope, Esq., M.P. 

37. Margaret. Lent by Sam Mendel, Esq. 

CiYlaTHBOP, C., 31, Coleherne Road, S.W., London. 

38. Last Song of the Girondins. Lent by J. Pulley, Esq. 

C-aiMEISOir, 3USE, R.S.A,, Albert Gate Studios, 6, William Street, 
London. 

39. Portrait of Mrs. StrAHAN. Lent by A. Strahan, Esq. 

40. Alone. Lent by J. MacGavin, Esq. 

41. Maternal Care. Lent by A. Kay, Esq. 


CLASS 1. OIL PAINTINGS. 


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CASTSS, S., 10, Birch Terrace, South Kensington, London. 

42. An Eagle Fight in the Black Mount Deer Forest, 

Scotland. 

C.S.ITTY, 22. H., Highlight, Campden Hill, London. 

43. Nelly, daughter op R. P. Richards, Esq. 

CnAEM3EES, G. P., R.S.A. (died February 1878). 

44. The End OF the Harvest. Lent by J. Forbes White, Esq. 

45. Prayer. Lent by J. MacGavin, Esq. 

CHAEETOW, 3., 6, Fitzroy Square, London. 

46. Rescue. . Lent by J. Carr, Esq. 

C&AEK, JOSEPH, 394, Camden Koad, London. 

47. Checkmate. Lent by Ch. Lucas, Esq. 

C2.IWT, A., 54, Lancaster Road, Westbourne Park, London. 

48. Twilight. 

CO£B, TTCAT., A.R.A., Little Campden House, Kensington, London. 

49. Autumn Gold. Lent by Ch. Lucas, Esq. 

50. The Day’s Decline. Lent by Jas. Taylor, Esq. 

51. Summer Rain. Lent by A. G. Sandeman, Esq. 

COOPED, T. S., R.A., 42, Chepstow Villas, West, London. 

52. On a Dairy Farm, Minster Marshes, East Kent. 

53. Amongst the Rocks, Glencoe, Perthshire. 

(See Water Colours .) 

COPE, C. W., R.A., 19, Hyde Park Gate South. London. 

54. Selecting Pictures for the Royal Academy Exhibition. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 

55. Maiden Strife. 

COTS SATT, F. G., 10, Boscohel Place, Alpha Road, London. 

56. A Portrait Grouf. (See Water Colours .) 

CSSAKS, WKETEE, Beaumont Lodge, Wood Lane, Shepherd’s 
Bush, London. 

57. The Renaissance of Venus. (See Water Colours .) 

CSOTTS, S., 54, Parliament Street, London. 

58. The Morning of the Battle. Lent by Lieut.-Col. Bolton. 

C291PS, E7EE, A.R.A., 33, Langham Street, London. 

59. The French Savants in Egypt. Lent by R. A. Cosier, Esq. 

“ Loud shouts of laughter used to burst from the ranks while forming 
to receive the Mamelukes, as the General of Division called out, with 
military precision, ‘ Let the Asses and the Savans enter within the 
square.’ ” — Vide Las Cases and Saintine ; Expedition d’Egypte. 

60. Prayer at St. Maclou, Rouen. 


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"WORKS OF ART. 


01 . 

62 . 

63 . 

64 . 


65 . 


66 . 

67 . 

68 . 

69 . 

70 . 


71 . 


72 . 


73 . 


74 . 

75 . 


DAVIS, H. W. B., R.A., 18, St. John’s Wood Road, London. 
Mares and Foals. 

Contentment. 

The Approach of Night. 

BOMikSiBSOU, A. B,, 10, Argyll Road, Kensington, London. 

The Pope’s Budding Staff brought to Tannhauser. 

( See Water Colours . t 

DILKOIl, T., 13, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 

House of the Sheikh Sadat, Cairo. ( See Water Colours.') 

SXiOTORE, A., R.A., 1, St. Alban’s Road, Kensington, London. 

, Mary Queen of Scots and Darnley at -Jedburgh. 

Lent by Angus Holden, Esq. 

After the Fall. Lent by Hy. Waring, Esq. 

LuCREZIA Borgia. Lent by John Pender, Esq., M.P. 

Lenore. 

On the Housetops, Algiers. 

TAKEY, 33. H., 10, Elsham Road, Kensington, London. 

(. Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.') 

He Never Came. Lent by Sir Charles Henry Mills, Bart., M.P. 

(See Water Colours.) 

FIEX-B, W., East Heath Studio, Hampstead, London. 

Come unto these Yellow Sands. 

Lent by the Exors. of the late W. S. Cookson, Esq. 

PSE.BSS, snss, Melbury Road, Kensington, London. 

Applicants for Admission to a Casual Ward. 

Lent by Thos. Taylor, Esq. 

FISHER, MARK, 2, The Mall, H avers tock Hill, London. 

Fen Meadows. Lent by John Whitehead, Esq. 

Lent by Hy. Galloway, Esq. 
(See Water Colours.) 


A Scotch Hillside. 


76 . 

77 . 

78 . 

79 . 

80 . 


81 . 


FRITH, W. P., R.A., 7, Pembridge Villas, Bayswater, London. 
{Medal, 2nd class ( Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855).) 

The Salon d’or, Hombourg. Lent by W. Cox, Esq. 

The Derby Day. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

The Railway Station. Lent by Hy. Graves, Esq. 

Charles II. last Sunday at Whitehall. 

Lent by C. P. Mathews, Esq. 
Under the Doge’s Palace, Venice. Lent by Col. Ellis. 

G.&E 1 E, 'W., 9, Belsize Crescent, London. 

Spoils of War. 


CLASS 1. OIL PAINTINGS. 


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GXX.3ERT, SIR JOHN, R. A., Vanbrugh Park West, Blackheath. 

(. President of the Society of Painters in Water Colours, London .) 

82. Richard II. resigning the Crown to Bolingbroke. 

Lent by the Corporation of Liverpool. 

83. The Arrest of Hastings. Lent by J. H. Nettlefold, Esq. 

84. Cardinal Wolsey at Leicester Abbey. 

85. Doge and Senators of Venice in Council. 

(See Water Colours .) 

G05ASDDT, 3. G., The Studio, Upper Park Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

86. Mamma’s Flowers. 

GQODAXj 2,, P., R.A., Graemes Dyke, Harrow Weald. 

87. The Head of the House at Prayer. 

Lent by John Heugh, Esq. 

88. Rachel. Lent by H. W. F. Bolckow, Esq., M.P. 

89. GLENCOE. Lent by T. Blackwell, Esq. 

90. Spring. Lent by T. Blackwell, Esq. 

91. The Time of Roses. 

GRAHAM, T., Stanhope Yard, Delancey Street, London. 

92. TnE Tirewoman. Lent by J. R. Reed, Esq. 

93. The Gipsy’s Last Halt. Lent by J. H. Finlay, Esq. 

GRANT, SIR P3ANCIS, P.R.A. 27, Susses Place, Regent’s Park, 
London. 

94. His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge at the 

Battle of the Alma. 

95. Portrait of Lord Gough. 

Lent by the Royal Artillery Mess Committee. 

96. The Cottesmore Hunt. Lent by Sir Richard Sutton, Bart. 

GRAV35, THS HON. ST, 19, Albert Mansions, Victoria Street, 
London. 

97. Portrait of Countess De-La-Warr. 

Lent by the Earl De-La-Warr. 

GREEN, C., Charlecote, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 

(. Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.') 

98. Old Neighbours. (She Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

GREGORY, E. J., 6, Abercorn Place, St. John’s Wood, London. 
(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

99. Dawn. Lent by G. R. Burnett, Esq. 

100. Portrait. Lent by E. Geflowski, Esq. 

(See Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

HARDY, HSYWOOD, Duncroft House, Grove End Road, St. John’s 
Wood, London. 

101. Ulysses feigning Madness. Lent by T. E. Walker, Esq., M.P. 

102. Christmas Eve. 


Lent by G. R. Burnett, Esq. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


HSBSi - , C. S3 1 ., Myrtle Lodge, North End, Fulham, London. 

103. SHIELDS Harbour. Lent by Mariano de Murrieta, Esq. 

104. The Limehouse Barge Builders. 

Lent by Lieut.-Col. Sandeman. 

HSR353RIABJ, KT., R.S.A., St. Bernard’s, Bruntsfield Crescent, 
Edinburgh. 

105. Portrait of Mrs. Siiand. 

Lent by the Honourable Lord Shand. 
HHRirJCr, G. E., 45, Grove End Road, London. 

100. Midst Northern Hills. 

HEEROME3, H., Dyreham, Bushey, Herts. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.') 

107. The Last Muster. Lent by C. E. Fry, Esq. 

108. After the Toil of the Day. 

Lent by C. Mansel Lewis, Esq. 
{See Water Colours and Etchings.) 

E03JGS0U, S. E., A.R.A., 5, Hill Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

109. The Modern Action. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

110. The Armourer’s Shop. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

111. The Needy Knife Grinder. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

EOE.I., :F2&ii.xrx, 4, Camden Square, London. 

112. TnE Lord gave and the Lord taketh away, Blessed 

BE THE Name of THE Lord. Lent by F. C. Pawle, Esq. 

113. LEAVING Home. Lent by Captain Hill. 

E02.MWAY, C. £., Hogarth Club, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy 
Square, London. 

( Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

114. The Flood ; Windsor, 1877. Lent by H. T. Hall, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.) 

HtTETT, il. W., 1, Tor Villas, Campden Hill, London. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

115. Summer Days for Me. Lent by W. J. Newall, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.) 

HBUTER, COSIES', Melbury Road, Holland Park, London. 

116. Trawlers availing for Darkness. 

Lent by A. S. Stevenson, Esq. 

117. Running Ashore. Lent by J. Donald, Esq. 

EEJCMBOEB, J. W., 38, Grosvenor Street, London. 

118. Scarborough. 

JOHUSOW, C. B., Morven House, Steele’s Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

119. An Autumn Flood. Lent by S. Morley, Esq. M.P. 

JOHETSTCOT, a.., 46, Fitzroy Street. 

120. The Turning Point. 


Lent by W. Millward, Esq. 


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JOTJBS, B. BTJKTIE, The Grange, North End, Fulham, London. 

121. The Beguiling op Merlin. Lent by F. R. Leyland, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.') 

JOPBIBIG, Mss., 8, Clareville Grove, South Kensington, London. 

122. A Modern Cinderella. Lent by Hilton Phillipson, Esq. 

KIJtfG, H.&"SrBn33, Camden Studios, Camden Street, London. 

123. First Steps. Lent by E. G. Barr, Esq. 

KSJIGIST, JOSEPH, Tyntwll, near Llanrwst, North Wales. 

124. A Sandy Slope. Lent by G. W. Bullock, Esq. 

{See Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

KNIGHT, 3. W. BUSTOU, 20, Grafton Street, London. 

125. Winter. 


LANDSEER, Si’St EDWIN, R.A. (born March 1802, died 
October 1873). 

126. The Connoisseurs (Sir Edwin Landseer and his Dogs). 

Lent by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 

127. TnE Indian Tent. 

Lent by Ilis Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 

128. Man proposes and God disposes. 

Lent by E. J. Coleman, Esq. 

129. The Ptarmigan Hill. Lent by j. Fowler, Esq. 

130. The Sick Monkey. Lent by the Earl of Northbrook. 

131. Swannery Invaded by Eagles. 

Lent by the Marquess of Northampton. 

lEHIMilNEr, R., 1, South Villas, Campden Hill Road, London. 

132. La LavANDAJA. Lent by J. C. Bowring, Esq. 

133. Portrait of Robert Browning, Esq. 

Lent by F. Lehmann, Esq. 

134. The Convent Dole. 


LBIGHTQN, T., R.A., 2, Holland Park Road, London. 
{Corresponding Member of the Institute of France.) 

135. Elijah. 

136. The Music Lesson. Lent by C. P. Matthews, Esq. 

137. Portrait of Captain Burton, Her Majesty’s Consul 

AT Trieste. {See Sculpture.) 


2.ESME, G. 35., R.A., Grove End Road, St. John’s Wood. London 


138. Fortunes. 

139. School revisited. 

140. Pot-pourri. 

141. Celia’s Arbour. 

142. Lavinia. 


Lent by Wm. Waring, Esq. 
Lent by Jas. Ilouldsworth, Esq. 
Lent by Wm. Fenton, Esq. 
Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 
Lent by J. Nield, Esq. 


IiBWIS, C. J., Cheyne House, Chelsea. 

143. The Thames in June. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


ISWIS, T. S’., R.A. (born 1805, died in 1876). 

144. The Courtyard of a Coptic Patriarch. 

Lent by Louis Huth, Esq, 

145. The Commentator on the Koran. 

Lent by Wm. Bowman, Esq. 

146. Mid-Day Meal. Lent by J. Dyson Perrins, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.') 

SEKTHrES.E., IAHSS T., Redhill, Surrey. 

147. Mowers. 

Sa’ilTlfESS'S, C., 16, Onslow Square, London. 

148. “ Doncaster.” 

MACAS.IUM, HiJ.MIE.TOHT, 171, Stanhope Street, London. 

149. Shearing Wkaick in the Sound of Harris. 

Lent by G. H. Beddington, Esq. 

aiACBSTH, 3-iJ.MSS, 23, Newman Street, London. 

150. Gareloch, on the Clyde. 

151. The Moor at Whistlefield. 

Lent by Rodney J. Fennessey, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.) 

FtACESTH, XS-OHIWL&HT, A.R.S.A., 28, Saxe Coburg Place, Edin- 
burgh. 

152. Portrait of William Forrest, Esq., A.R.S.A. 

MACBETH, K. W., 6, Tbe Mall, Haverstock Hill, London. 

{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

153. A Lincolnshire Gang. Lent by E. Allday, Esq. 

154. Potatoe Harvest in the Fens. Lent by E. Allday, Esq. 

{See Etchings.) 

MC CjaXEalTM, 74, Bedford Gardens, Campden Hill, London. 

155. Temple of Abur Simbel, Nubia. 

MiiCBJSE, SEE. BAK-EEE., P.R.S.A., 6, Leal-mouth Terrace, Edin- 
burgh. 

156. Portrait of Mrs. Wiseman. 

157. Portrait of Mrs. J. Wilson. Lent by J. Wilson, Esq. 

771 iLC WHffiTEE, J., 6, Marlborough Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

158. Into the Depths of the Forest. 

Lent by A. M. Marsden, Esq. 

159. A Fisherman’s Haven. Lent by C. Moxon, Esq. 

160. Out IN the Cold. Lent by Captain Hill. 

S, H. S., A.R.A., 15, Hamilton Terrace, London. 

{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

161. The Apothecary. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

162. St. Francis and THE Birds. Lent by Angus Holden, Esq. 

163. What IS IT ? Lent by G. Holt, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.) 


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MASOKT, Cr. H., A.R.A. (born 1818, died 1872). 

164. Return FR03I Ploughing. Lent by Her Majesty the Queen. 

165. Even-SONG. Lent by The Hon. Percy Wyndham, M.P. 

166. The Milkmaid, Lent by G. Hamilton Trist, Esq. 

167. Children Fishing. Lent by Wm. Agnew, Esq. 

168. Nelle MaREMHE. Lent by Sir Charles Henry Mills, Bart.. M.P. 

169. Children with Calves. Lent by E. J. Sartoris, Esq. 

170. The Cast Shoe. Lent by J. Stewart Hodgson, Esq. 

SSIIiiATS, J. E., E.A., H.R.S.A., 2, Palace Gate, Kensington, 
London. 

171. Chill October. Lent by Sir William Armstrong. 

172. Hearts are Trumps. (Portraits of Mrs. Seeker, Mrs. 

Blennerliassett, and Miss Armstrong). 

Lent by J. H. Seeker, Esq. 

173. A XEOMAN OF THE Guard. Lent by H. Hodgkinson, Esq 

174. O’er the Hills and Far Away. 

Lent by Kaye Knowles, Esq. 

175. The North-west Passage. 

Lent by H. W. F. Bolckow, Esq., M.P. 

176. \es OR No? Lent by Mrs. Moir. 

177. The Gambler’s Wife. Lent by Messrs. T. Agnew and Sons. 

178. Portrait of Mrs. Bischoffsheim. 

Lent by H. L. Bischoffsheim, Esq. 

179. The Sisters. Lent by C. P. Matthews, Esq. 

180. Portrait of the Duke of Westminster. 

Lent by the Duke of Westminster, K.G. 

EEOORS, ASBEBT, Holland Park Boad, Kensington, London. 

182. BEADS. Lent by Mariano de Murrieta, Esq. 

183. The Palm Fan. Lent by Mariano de Murrieta, Esq. 

R2 3 ortE, HESIBTT, 4, Sheffield Terrace, Kensington, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

184. Rough Weather in the Mediterranean. 

Lent by E. Bollams, Esq. 

185. A Bright Morning after a Gale. Lent by J. Powers, Esq. 
iffiORCS-AIff, S'., 1, Cathcart Road, London. 

186. Hay make rs. Lent by G. H. Beddington, Esq. 

ESORBXS, P.B., A.R.A., 33, St. John’s Wood Road, London. 

187. The Mowers. Lent by Captain Hill. 

188. The Reaper and the Flowers. Lent by Captain Hill. 

189. The Sailor’s Wedding. Lent by W. Webster, Esq. 

MUTRIB, Miss A. T., 36, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, 
London. 

190. Garden Poppies. 


Lent by Hy. Dewhurst, Esq. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


ORCHARQSOKT, W. Q., R.A., Kent Villa, Lansdowne Road, London. 
(2nd class medal, Paris Universal Exhibition of 1867.) 


191. The Queen of Swords. 

192. The Bill of Sale. 

193. Escaped. 

194. The Duke’s Antechamber. 

195. Portrait. 


Lent by J. G. Sandeman, Esq. 
Lent by W. Macfarlane, Esq. 
Lent by W. Macfarlane, Esq. 
Lent by 0. E. Coope, Esq., M.P. 


OUlsESS, W. W., A.R.A., 43, Bloomsbury Square, London. 

193. Portrait of the Right IIon. Russell Gurney, late 
Recorder of London. 

Lent by the Worshipful Company of Eisbmongers. 

197. Portrait of H. D. Pociiin, Esq. Lent by H. D. Pochin, Esq. 

198. Portrait of William Sale, Esq. 

Lent by the Clarendon Club, Manchester. 

PATON, SIR NOES,, R.S.A., .33, George Square, Edinburgh. 

199. The Good Shepherd. Lent by Her Majesty the Queen. 

200. Caliban Listening to the Music. Lent by P. Denny, Esq. 


PEES&E, J. T., 14, Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 

201. The Broken Necklace. 

PERUG-INX, C. B», 141, Warwick Street, Eccleston Square, London. 

202. A LABOUR of Love. Lent by Hy. Bessemer, Esq. 

203. A Portrait. 


PETTIS, JOHN, R.A., R.H.S.A., 21, St. John’s Wood Road, 
London. 

204. Terms to the Besieged. Lent by Wm. Waring, Esq. 

205. Portrait of The Right Rev. Bishop Ullathorne. 

Lent by T. Richards, Esq. 

206. The Flag of Truce. Lent by Newton Mappin, Esq. 

207. TREASON. Lent by Newton Mappin, Esq. 

208. The Threat. Lent by A. M. Marsden, Esq. 

209. Portrait in Costume of the XYI. Century. 

Lent by A. Tooth, Esq. 

210. Portrait of E. S. Kennedy, Esq. 

Lent by E. S. Kennedy, Esq. 

PHSX.Z 0 IP, JOHN, R.A. (born 1817, died 1867). 

211. Doubtful Fortune. Lent by F. W. Cosens, Esq. 

212. ROUND the BrASERO. Lent by John Fowler, Esq. 

213. Dolores. Lent by Hy. Rougier, Esq. 

214. Wine Drinkers. Lent by Ralph Brocklebank, E6q. 

PICKERING, J. Si., St. Alban’s Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. 

215. Lonely Lands. 


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POVNTER, E. J., R.A., 11, Albert Terrace, Knightsbridge, London. 

216. Israel in Egypt. Lent by Sir John Hawkshaw. 

217. Proserpine. Lent by Wm. Brockbank, Esq. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1869. 

218. The Catapult. Lent by J. Whitwell Pease, Esq., M.P. 

219. “ Fortitude.” 1 Cartoons executed in Mosaic for West- 

220. “ Purity.” j minster Great Hall. 

Lent by Her Majesty’s Office of Works. 

(Nee Water Colours .) 

PBINSEP, VAX., 6, Holland Park Road, Kensington. 

221. Reading Sir Charles Grandison. 

Lent by F. W. Cosens, Esq. 

222. Linen Gatherers. 

223. A Bientut. 

RAVEN, J. (died 1877). 

224. Aspens in Spring Bud. 

REDGRAVE, R., R.A., 18, Hyde Park Gate South, London. 

225. Starting FOR a Holiday. Lent by A. Baumann, Esq. 

226. Deserted. 

REID, G., R.S.A., 84, King Street, Aberdeen. 

227. BROADSEA. Lent by J. Forbes White, Esq. 

RICHMOND, W. B., Beavor Lodge, Hammersmith. 

228. Portrait of Lady Frederick Cavendish. 

Lent by Lord Frederick Charles Cavendish, M.P. 

229. The Lament of Ariadne. 

230. Angel Watchers. 

RIVIERE, BRITO IV, A.R.A., 5, Marlborough Road, St. John’s 
Wood, London. 

231. Charity. Lent by Col. Loyd-Lindsay, M.P. 

232. Daniel. Lent by E. Crompton Potter, Esq. 

233. The Last of the Garrison. Lent by Col. Hargreaves. 

ROBERTSON', H. R., Steele’s Studios, Haverstock Hill, London. 

234. Winter. Lent by Newton Mappin, Esq. 

SANDTS, F. 

235. Medea. Lent by W. H. Clabburn, Esq. 

SANT, J., R.A., 43, Lancaster Gate, London. 

( Principal Painter in Ordinary to the Queen.) 

236. The Early Post. 

237. Adversity. 

SMAIl, WM., 294, Camden Road, London. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours .) 

238. The Wreck. Lent by S. Pope, Esq., Q.C. 

(Nee Water Colours.) 

B 


G 804. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


SMART, J., E.S.A., 4, Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 

239. Among the Yellow Corn. 

STAMSOPE, R. SPENCER, 4, Harley Place, London. 

240. The Water Gate. Lent by G. F. Bodley, Esq. 

241. On THE Banks OF TnE Styx. Lent by J. Moseley, Esq. 

STAPLES, Mrs., 30, Trafalgar Square, Fulham Load, London. 

242. Will She ? 

STOCK, F. R., Stanhope Yard, Delancey Street, London. 

243. Cinderella. 

STONE, MARCUS, A.R.A., Melbury Eoad, Kensington, London. 

244. Rejected. Lent by Kaye Knowles, Esq. 

245. My Lady is a Widow, and Childless. 

Lent by James Virtue, Esq. 

STOREY, G; A., A.E.A., 58, St. Mary’s Terrace, Paddington, London. 

246. The Old Soldier. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

247. SCANDAL. Lent by J. S. Morgan, Esq. 

TENISWOOB, G. F., Caton Lodge, Putney. 

248. Mountain Twilight. 

TOPHAM, F. W. W., Ifield, Prince Arthur Eoad, Hampstead. 

249. Winged Pensioners of Assisi. Lent by J. C. Haslam, Esq. 

WALKER, F., A.E.A. (born 1840 ; died 1875). 

( Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

250. The Old Gate. Lent by G. E. Street, Esq., E.A. 

( Sec Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

WALKER, J. H., 4, Penywern Eoad, Earl’s Court, London. 

251. Portrait of F. Leighton, Esq., R.A. 

252. Elsie, Daughter of the Artist. 

WALLIS, HENRI?, 24, Brecknock Crescent, London. 

253. At the Prison Window. Lent by J. Wardell, Esq. 

254. Autumn. 

WARD, e.m., E.A., 5, Queen’s Villas, Windsor. 

(2 nd Class Medal Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855). 

255. Lady Russell and Charles II. Lent by H. E. Willis, Esq. 

256. The Daughter of a King. Lent by H. W. Eaton, Esq., M.P. 

257. Alice Lisle Concealing the Fugitives. 

Lent by G. Fox, Esq. 

WARD, Mrs., 5, Queen’s Villas, Windsor. 

258. Childhood of Joan of Arc. Lent by G. Bullock, Esq. 

259. Princess Charlotte of Wales. 


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WATSRliOW, E. A., 3, St. Petersburg!! Place, Bayswater, London. 

260. A Rocky Headland. Lent by W. B. Waterlow, Esq. 

261. August Moon. 

WATSON, T. 13., 22, Saint Edmund’s Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
( Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours .) 

262. “ Only Been with a Few Friends.” Lent by Wm. Scott, Esq. 

263. The Gleaner’s Harvest. Lent by Wm. Cochrane, Esq. 

(See Water Colours .) 

WATTS, Gr. F., R.A., Little Holland House, Kensington, London. 

264. Portrait of His Grace the Duke of Cleveland, K.G. 

Lent by tbe Duke of Cleveland. 

265. Pallas, Juno, and Venus. Lent by Louis Hutb, Esq. 

266. Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Percy Wyndham. 

Lent by tbe Hon. Percy Wyndham, M.P. 

267. Love and Death. 

268. Esau. 

269. General Lord Lawrence. 

270. Robert Browning. 

271. Herr Joachim. 

272. P. H. CALDERON, R.A. (See Sculpture .) 

WEICALL, H., 35, Bryanston Square, London. 

273. Portrait. 

WELLS, H. T., R.A., Thorpe Lodge, Campden Hill Road, London. 

274. Letters and Hews at the Loch Side. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 

275. Portrait of Miss Magniac. Lent by C. Magniac, Esq. 

276. Portrait of Mrs. Coleridge Kennard. 

Lent by Coleridge Kennard, Esq. 

277. Portrait of Dr. Lionel Beale. Lent by Dr. Lionel Beale. 

WYXiXiXE, W. Ii., 36, Gloucester Road, Regent’s Park, London. 

278. Sea Birds. Lent by J. B. Burgess, Esq., A. R.A. 

WYNTIELD, D. W., 14, Grove End Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

279. The New Curate. Lent by Messrs. Virtue & Co. 

280. Death of Villeers, Duke of Buckingham. 

YEAMES, W. F., A.R.A., 4, Grove End Road, London. 

281. Amy Robsart. Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts, 

282. The Last Bit of Gossip. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

283. Pour EES Pauvres. Lent by Messrs. T. Agnew & Sons. 


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CLASS 2. 


WATER COLOURS. 

ABSOLON, J., 106, Palace Gardens Terrace, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours .) 

1. Emigrant Ship; Sunday Evening. 

2. “ The Heroines Undertook the Task 

Thro’ lanes unknown, o’er stiles they clambered.” 

( Gray .) 

AL1INGBAM, Mas., 12, Trafalgar Square, Chelsea, London. 
{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

3. Past Work. Lent by H. J. Hyde, Esq. 

4. Young Customers. Lent by G. Bell, Esq. 

5. The Old Men’s Gardens, Chelsea Hospital. 

Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

ANDREWS, G. H., The Cedars, New Brentford, Middlesex. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

6. An Italian Seaport. Lent by S. F. Gosling, Esq. 

ANGEXaE, Mrs., 44, Kensington Square, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

7. ROSES. Lent by Louis Huth, Esq. 

8. Raspberries. Lent by W . Eastlake, Esq. 

AUMONIER, J., 136, Camden Road, London. 

{Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

9. A Fishing Village. Lent by M. Billing, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintinys, and Black and White.) 

BOUGH, SAM., R.S.A., 2, Hill Street, Edinburgh. 

10. Winton Castle. 

11. Arran Hill, prom Kelly Park. 


BOUVIER, AUG., 56, Alexandra Road, St. John's Wood, London. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 


12. The Dance. 


Lent by Colin Minton Campbell, Esq., M.P. 


BOYCE, G. P., West House, Glebe Place, Chelsea, London. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

13. On the Skirts of Smithfield, London. 

Lent by G. D. Leslie, Esq., R.A. 

14. Where stood Bridewell Hospital and Prison, London. 

Lent by W. Bowman, Esq., F.R.S. 

15. Ancient House and Church at Ludlow, Shropshire. 

Lent by C. Grainger, Esq. 


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BBADIET, BASIL. 2, Clifton Villas, Maida Hill, London. 

( Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

16. Mary’s Fair Gift to Robin. Lent by Thos. Whalley, Esq. 

17. Ten Minutes Late for the Meet. 

Lent by J. Galsworthy, Esq. 

BREWTWALI, E. F., The Mall, Park Eoad, Haverstoek Hill, 
London. 

( Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

18. Beaching the Boat. (See Oil Paintings.) 

BBIEBliY, o. W., 38, Ampthill Square, London. 

( Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

19. Blake waiting to attack the Royalist Fleet. 

BtTCKMAN, E., Highlight, Campden Hill, London. 

( Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

20. London Street Cries. Lent by A. Harris, Esq. 

21. FOOTBALL. Lent by Captain Hill. 

CALLOW, W., Great Missenden, Bucks. 

( Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

22. Menaggio ; Lake of Como. 

23. Canal Scene, Rotterdam. 

COLLIER, THOS., 56, Upper Park Road, Haverstoek Hill, London. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

24. Arundel Park. Lent by John Burton, Esq. 

COOPER, T. S., R.A., 42, Chepstow Villas "West, London. 

25. A Monarch of the Meadows. ( See OH Paintings.) 

COTMAN', F. G., 10, Boscobel Place, Alpha Road, London. 

26. WARGRAYE Church. Lent by J. Barber, Esq. 

27. Fishing Harbour and Village on the Scotch Coast. 

Lent by T. W. Cotnian, Esq. 
(See Oil Paintings.) 

CRANE, WALTER, Beaumont Lodge, Wood Lane, Shepherd’s 
Bush, London. 

28. The Death of the Year. Lent by Miss Penelope Moule. 

29. Almond Trees on Monte Pincio, Rome. 

Lent by G. E. Street, Esq., R.A. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 

CRISDLE, Mrs., Addlestone, Weybridge. 

( Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

30. Observe her Eyes, the Flattering Tale believed. 

BALZIEL, E. G., 33, Belsize Park Gardens, London. 

31. Sheep. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

BILLON', FRANK, 13, L T pper Phillimore Gardens, London. 

32. In the Hareem of Sheik Sadat. (.See Oil Paintings.) 


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WORKS OF ART. 


BOBSON, W. c. T., E.A., Eldon House, Roslyn Park, Plampstead, 
London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

33. Una Fascina i>i Olive. Lent by E. F. White, Esq. 

34. Waiting. Lent by Hy. Graves, Esq. 

35. Capri Peasant Girl. Lent by T. C. Baring. Esq.,M.P. 

BQNAL35SON, A. S,, 10, Argyll Eoad, Kensington, London. 

36. View of Chester. Lent by B. Simonds, Esq. 

37. Venice from the Public Gardens. 

Lent by E. Twining, Esq. 
(See Oil Pantings.) 

EUFFlEliB, Mrs., 4, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

38. Group of Flowers. Bent by A. Bishop, Esq. 

DUNCAN, E., 36, Upper Park Eoad, Haverstock Ilill, London. 
(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

39. Brig on the Rocks near Dunbar, N.B. 

Lent by Hy. Brooks, Esq. 

EVANS, SAMUEL T. Eton College, Windsor. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

40. Rock of Gibraltar, North Front. 

FAHEY, E. H., 10, Elshatn Eoad, Kensington, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

41. The Higher Pool. Lent by E. A. Milbank, Esq., M.P. 

(See Oil Paitings.) 

FISHER, MARX, 2, The Mall, Park Eoad, Haverstock Hill, London. 

42. Canal Jump ON the Ouse. Lent by John Whitehead, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 

FOSTER, BIRXET, The Hill, Witley, Surrey. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

43. Falls of the Tummel. 

44. On the Thames. 

45. The Market at Toulon. Lent by H. Gilbey, Esq. 

FRIPP, A. 33., 1, Bellevue, Hampstead, London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

46. Dinner Time at the Purbeck Quarries. 

Lent by the Corporation of Liverpool. 

47. The Quarry Path. Lent by John Fowler, Esq. 

48. Wortleberry Gatherers. Lent by G. Philip, Esq., jun. 

GILBERT, SIR JOHN, R.A., Vanbrugh Park, West, Blackheatb. 
(President of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

49. Othello, Desdemona, and Brabantio before the Doge 

and Senate. iS£5ii _ Lent by C. L. Collard, Esq. 


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50. The Guide through the Forest. 

Lent by John Barton, Esq. 

51. Joan of Arc at the Coronation of Charles VH. 

{See Oil Paintings.') 

GXXiXiXES, Miss, 25, Church Row, Hampstead, London. 

( Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

52. The End of the Pilgrimage. 

Lent by "W. B. Marshall, Esq. 

GOOHAXiXi, E. A., 57, Fitzroy Road, Primrose Hill, London. 
{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

53. Near the Pyramids of Sakhara. 

54. Silk and Calico Bazaar. 

GREEK, C., Charlecote, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 

55. A Country Circus. Lent by W. Carver, Esq. 

56. Here They come : Derby Day. 

Lent by C. J. "Wertheimer, Esq. 
{See Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 

GREEK 1 , TOWNEIEY, 78, Park Road, Haverstock Hill, London. 
{Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

57. A Roadside Inn. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

GREGORY, E. J., 6, Abercom Place, St. John’s "Wood, London. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

58. Sir Galahad. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

59. St. George. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 

HAAG, CARL, Ida Villa, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, London. 
{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

60. Tyrolese Huntsman and Mountain Girl. 

Lent by E. Sibeth, Esq. 

61. Danger in the Desert. Lent by W. Eield, Esq. 

62. The Koran Reader. Lent by R. H. Prance, Esq. 

HAXiE, W, M., 4, Manchester Street, Manchester Square, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

63. On the Coast of Somerset. 

64. Great Rock of Coigach. 

HARRXSOK, Miss, 115, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

65. Wild Hyacinths. 

HAVES, E., R.H.A., Briscoe House, Steele’s Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours,)' 

66. North Sea Trawlers Leaving Great Yarmouth. 

Lent by J. H. Purvis, Esq. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


BERKOMER, H., Dyreham, Bushey, Herts. 

C Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

67. Woodcutters. Lent by C. E. Fry, Esq. 

68. The Poacher’s Fate. Lent by C. E. Fry, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintinys, and Etchings.) 

HXNE, H. G., 130, Haverstock Hill, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

69. Folktngton Hill, Sussex, Haymaking. 

Lent by A. Bishop, Esq. 

70. Corfe Castle, Dorsetshire. Lent by A. Bishop, Esq. 

71. Moonlight, Shoreham, Sussex. Lent by A. Bishop, Esq. 

HOLIDAY, H., Oak Tree House, Hampstead, Middlesex. 

72. Ideal Portrait of Dante. 

HOLLOWAY, C. XL, Hogarth Club, 84, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy 
Square, London. 

{Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

73. The Old Tower at Rye, Sussex. 

Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintings.) 

HOPKINS, A., 22, St. Ann's Villas, Rotting Hill, London. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

74. The Quay. Lent by J. Gurney, Esq. 

{See Black and White.) 

HOUGHTON, A. B. (born 1836 ; died 1875). 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

75. Sheikh Hamyl. Lent by G. Dalziel, Esq. 

HUNT, A. W,, 1, Tor Villa, Campden Hill, London. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

76. IJLLS WATER. 

77. Loch Coruiskh, Isle of Skye. ( See Oil Paintings.) 

JACKSON, S. P., 1, Biver Terrace, Henley-on-Thames. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

78. Evening on the Thames. Lent by the Rev. S. B. Warner. 

79. St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall. 

Lent by the llev. S. B. Warner. 

JOHNSON, E. K., Sible Hedingham, near Halstead, Essex. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

80. The Anxious Mother. Lent by Birket Foster, Esq. 

81. The Bailiff’s Daughter. 

JOHNSON, H., 12, Loudon Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

82. The Land OF Lorne. Lent by J. D. Hill, Esq. 

83. Dawn. Lent by H. J. Hyde, Esq. 


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TONES, E, SURNE, The Grange, North End, Fulham, London. 

84. Love among the Ruins. Lent by F. Craven, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 

85. Love as Wisdom. Lent by W. Graham, Esq. 

JOPIaXlUG, J. M., 8, Clareville Grove, South Kensington, London. 

86. Preparing ye Banquet. 

87. Skipping. 

88 . The Black Country. 

XXXiBURN'E, G. G., Hawkhurst Road, Steele’s Road, Haverstock 
Hill, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

89. When Our Gudeman’s Awa’. 

KNIGHT JOSEPH, TyntwII, near Llanrwst, North Wales. 

90. Twilight. Lent by G. F. White, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 

LEWIS, J. F., R.A. (born 1805, died 1876). 

91 .Street at Cairo. Lent by J. Dyson Perrins, Esq. 

92. The Lilium Auratum. Lent by Wm. Quilter, Esq. 

93. The School, Cairo. Lent by Wm. Quilter, Esq. 

94. The Prayer of Faith Shall Heal the Sick. 

Lent by Wm. Quilter, Esq. 
{See Oil Paintings.) 

BUTTON', J. D., Ettrick House, Steele’s Road, Haverstock Hill, London. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

95. Ave Maria. Lent by C. J. Wertheimer, Esq. 

96. Off Guard. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

97. The Cardinal Minister. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq., jun. 

XiTTCAS, SEYMOUR, 26, Cavendish Square, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

98. A Letter to Phii.lis. Lent by Major Barker. 

XiTTXMORE, A. C. H., 2a, Brondesbury Road, Kilburn, London. 

99. I Will and Bequeath. 

MACBETH, JAMES, 23, Newman Street, London. 

100. Sunday Evening, Chelsea Hospital Gardens. 

Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintings.) 

MARKS, H. S., A.R.A., 15, Hamilton Terrace, St. John’s Wood, 
London. 

{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

101. The Princess and the Pelicans. Lent by W. Burges, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintings.) 

MARSH, A. H., 8, St. Augustine’s Road, Camden Road, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

102. The Mussel Gatherer. Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

103. Driftwood. Lent by c. J. Galloway, Esq. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


MOLE. 3 . H., 7, Guildford Place, Bussell Square, London. 
(. Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours .) 


104. In Yewdale. 

105. St. Michael’s Mount. 


Lent by S. Bourne, Esq. 
Lent by G. Philip, Esq., junr. 


MONTALBA, Miss CLARA, 20, Stanley Crescent, Kensington 
Park Gardens, London. 

(. Associate of the Society of Painters m Water Colours .) 


106. Fishing Boats ; Venice. 


Lent by W. Muir, Esq. 


107. A Corner in St. Mark’s, Venice. 

NAFTLL, P. 3 ., 4, St. Stephen’s Square, Westbourne Park, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours .) 

108. Across the Moor to Cioch-na-Oicii, from North 

Glen, Saunox, Isle of Arran, N.B. 

109. Turco Stream, near the Falls, Ivillarney, Ireland. 
HEWTON, A. P., 44, Maddox Street, Kegent Street, London. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

110. Left by the Tide. 

NORTH, 3 . W., 119, Charlotte Street, Eitzroy Square, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

111. The Parsonage Croft. Lent by R. H. Prance, Esq. 

112. The Land OF ARGYLL. Lent by Lewis P. Jarvis, Esq. 

113. The White House. Lent by Lewis P. Jarvis, Esq. 

(See Black and White.) 

ORROCK, 3 ., 48, Bedford Square, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

114. LINCOLN Meadows. Lent by Richard Smith, Esq. 

115. Towyn Marshes, North Wales. 

Lent by G. B. Whitfield, Esq. 

PARKER, 3 ., 37, Grove Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

116. PHCEBE DaWSON. Lent by W. B. Waterlow, Esq. 

PINWSXX, G. 3 . (born 1842 ; died 1875). 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

117. The Pied Pifer of IIamelin. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

118. St. James’s Park. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

119. The Great Lady. Lent by ffm. Austin, Esq. 

(See Black and White.) 

POINTER, E. 3 «, R. A., 11, Albert Terrace, Knightsbridge, London. 

120. Portrait of Mrs. Louis Courtauld. 

Lent by Louis Courtauld, Esq. 

L21. Hardraay Scar, Yorkshire. (See Oil Paintings.) 

REAJJ, S., Parkside, Bromley, Kent. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

122. Notre Dame de Brou-Bourg. 


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RICBARDSON, T. M., 12, Porchester Terrace, London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours .) 

123. Valley of the Rhone from the Forclas, Pass of the 

Tete Noire, Switzerland. 

Lent by A. Whitelaw, Esq., M.P. 

ROBERTS, H, B., 14, Eton Villas, Haverstock Hill, London. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

124. Doctoring Old Time. Lent by T. Nettlefold, Esq. 

SCOTT, W, a., Bellevue, Battersea Bridge, London. 

125. Eve. 

SEVERN, ARTHUR, Herne Hill. 

126. A Ray of Hope. Lent by S. Pope, Esq., Q.C. 

127. Portrait of Mrs. Severn. 

SKILL, r. J., 219, Maida Vale, London. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

128. View ON the Tiber. Lent by the Rev. T. E. Ravenshaw. 

129. San Lorenzo, Genoa. Lent by the Rev. T. F. Ravenshaw. 

SMALL, W., 294, Camden Road, London. 

( Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours. 

130. The Birch Tree. Lent by C. E. Fry, Esq. 

131. Going to Market, Connemara. Lent by R. Hopkins, Esq 

132. Poplars. Lent by A. Bell, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 

SMALLPILLB, F., 52, Boundary Road, St. John's Wood, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

133. The Weeding Women’s House. 

SMITH, COLLINGWOOD, Wyndham Lodge, Briston. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

134. Mount Pilatus, Lucerne. 

135. TnE Popes’ Palace, Avignon. 

STILLMAN, Mks., The Shrubbery, Clapbam Common. 

136. Fiammetta. 

TAYLER, F., 38, Avenue Road, London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

137. The Gamekeeper’s Daughter. Lent by W. Gilbey, Esq. 

138. Woodland Hunting. Lent by W. Gilbey, Esq. 

139. A Cattle Ferry Boat. Lent by W. Gilbey, Esq. 

TOPHAM, F. W. (born 1809 ; died 1877). 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

140. Venetian Water Carriers. Lent by A. D. Halford, Esq. 

141. The Eve OF the Festa. Lent by II. A. Brassey, Esq., M.P. 


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WORKS OP ART. 


VACHSR, C., 4, The Boltons, South Kensington, London . 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

142. Sunrise at Thebes. 


WALKER, F., A.R.A. (born 1840; died 1875). 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 


143. The Ferry. 

144. The Fishmonger’s Shop. 

145. The Farm Garden. 

146. The Housewife. 

147. The Village. 


Lent by F. Lehmann, Esq. 
Lent by F. Lehmann, Esq. 
Lent by F. Lehmann, Esq. 
Lent by K. H. Prance, Esq. 
Lent by Miss Caroline Agnew. 


148. The Chaplain’s Daughter. Lent by Birket Foster, Esq. 

149. “ Let us drink to the Health op the Absent,” 

said Petit pere solemnly ; but Catherine gave a sudden 
exclamation and put down her glass untouched ; “ Look, 
ah, look,” she cried, pointing through the window . . . 
“ Who was that standing there in a straw hat ? ” 


150. The Harbour OF Eefuge. Lent by S. Beaumont, Esq. 


151. The Three Fates. Lent by George Smith, Esq. 

152. The Violet Field. Lent by A. D. Halford, Esq. 

{See Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 


WALTON, F., Holmbury Hill, Dorking. 

153. Pool Bay, Bournemouth. 


WARREN, E. G., 1a, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

154. Barden Tower, Wiiarpedale. 

155. Epping Forest, Summer Time. 


WATSON, J. D., 22, St. Edmund’s Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

156. The Stolen Marriage. Lent by Sir Henry James, M.P., Q.c. 

157. Book Lore. Sent by T. Whalley, Esq. 

158 The Tailor’s News. Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 

WEBER, OTTO, 20, Greville Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

159. The Thames AT Streatley. Lent by Baron von Schroeder. 

WBAITE, H. CLARENCE, 16, Douro Place, Victoria Road, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

160. Cambrian Heights. Lent by W. G. Ward, Esq. 

161. Snow in Harvest. Lent by C. J. Pooley, Esq. 

WBYMPER, J. W., Haslemere, Surrey. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

162. Church and Lock, Stratford-on-Avon. 

Lent by T. Hepburn, Esq. 


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WILLIS, H. B., 12, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, London. 

( Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours .) 

163. Cattle. Lent by Carl Haag, Esq. 

WILSON, T. WALTER, 39, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, London. 
(Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

164. Grandfather's Darling. Lent by J. X. Mappin, Esq. 

WOLF, J., The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

165. A Row IN THE Jungle. (See Black and White.) 


DRAWINGS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 

AtTlVXONIER, J., 136, Camden Road, London. 

(Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

166. Easton Broad, Suffolk. 

(See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

GREEN, C., Charlecote, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

167. Illustrations to Charles Dickens’ “The Old Curiosity 

Shop.” Lent by Messrs. Chapman and Hall 

168. Illustrations to Charles Dickens’ “ The Old Curiosity 

Shop.” Lent by Messrs. Chapman and Hall. 

(See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

GREGORY, E. J., 6, Abercorn Place, St. John’s Wood, London. 
(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water-Colours.) 

169. A Votary of Pallas. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

HOPKINS, A., 22, St. Ann’s Villas, Notting Hill, London. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

170. “ In Tow.” Lent by H. S. Marks, Esq., A.R.A. 

171. “ Engaged.” 

Lent by The Proprietors of the “ Illustrated London News.” 

(See Water Colours.) 

KEENE, CHARLES, 26, Golden Square, London. 

172. Sketches for “ Punch.” 

173. Sketches for “ Punch.” 

KNIGHT, JOSEPH, Tyntwll, near Llanrwst, North Wales. 

174. The Ferry, Lent by E. Crompton Potter, Esq. 

175. After Sundown. (See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 


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WORKS OF ART. 


MAURICE, G-EORO-S BUSSOJNT 3»u, New Grove House, Hamp- 
stead, Middlesex. 

176. Various Drawings published in “ Punch.” 

177. Various Drawings published in “ Punch.” 

178. Various Drawings published in “ Punch.” 

NORTH, j. W., 119, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

179. Drawings on Wood ; English Landscapes. 

Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 
(See Water Colours.) 

PXSrwsx.3., G. J. (born 1842; died 1875). 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

180. Drawings on Wood ; Rustic Subjects. 

Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 
(See Water Colours.) 

SAMBOURN E, XiXNXElT, 18, Stafford Terrace, Kensington, London. 

181. “ Birds of a Feather,” published in “ Punch.” 

182. Royal Academy Drawing for 1877. 

183. Drawings for “Punch.” 

TEJNTIiriEX., JOHN, 10, Portsdown Road, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

184. “ Before the Tournament,” Cartoon for “ Punch.” 

Lent by Mrs. T. Agnew. 

185. “ In the Melee,” Cartoon for “ Punch.” 

Lent by Mrs. T. Agnew. 

WALKER, £\, A.R.A. (born 1840; died 1875). 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

186. Bathers ; Drawing on Wood. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

187. The Dame’s School. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

188. The Nosegay. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

(See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

WOE F, J., The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

189. “Age.” 

190. “ Snowstorm in the Alps.” 

191. A Combat. ( See Water Colours.) 


CLASS 3. 

— t 

SCULPTURE. 

A.D.&IVXS, G. C., 126, Sloaue Street, London. 

1. Medals. 

ADAMS-ACTON, J., Margutta House, Marylebone Road, London. 

2. Zenobia. 

3. Lady Victoria Campbell. 


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BIRCH, C. B., 21a, Great College Street, Westminster, London. 

4. A Wood Nymph. Lent by E. Hornsby, Esq. 

BOEHM, T. E., A.R.A., The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road, London. 

5. A Clydesdale Stallion Rearing. 

6. Thomas Carlyle. 

7. J. A. M. Whistler. 

BRODIE, W., R.S.A., St. Helen’s, Cambridge Street, Edinburgh. 

8. Her Majesty Queen Victoria. 

9. The Right Hon. Baroness Burdett Coutts. 

D’EPIITAY, Rome. 

10. Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales. 

11. Miss Florence Hamilton. Lent by M. H. Say. 

12. Madame D’Epinay. Lent by Madame Mottel de la Fontaine. 

FOLEY, J. H., R.A. (born 1818 ; died 1874). 

13. Edmund Burke. "I 

14. Oliver Goldsmith. j 

15. A Parser Merchant. y Lent by the Executors of the late 

16. Henry Grattan. j Eoley ’ Es T> R -A. 

17. Lord Clyde. J 

18. Professor Faraday. 

19. CARACTACUS. Lent by the Art Union of London. 

FONTANA, G., 25, Glebe Place, Chelsea, London. 

20. Cupid captured by Venus. 

FULLEB, CHARLES FRANCIS (died 1875). 

21. The Castaway. 

22. The Peri. 

GLEICHEN, H.S.H. COUNT, St. James’ Palace, London. 

23. King Alfred the Great. 

24 Garibaldi. 

25. A Bacchante. 

GOWER, LORD RONALD. 

26. “ La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas.” 

GRANT, Miss MARY, Ebenezer House, Gloucester Gate, Regent’s 
Park, London. 

27. St. Margaret and the Dragon. 

“ Then she was dragged to a dungeon, where Satan, in the form of a 
terrible dragon, came upon her with his inflamed and hideous mouth 
open, and sought to terrify and confound her ; but she held up the 

cross of the Redeemer, and he fled before it ” . 

{Incident in the Life of St. Margaret of Antioch.') 


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WORKS OF ART. 


28. Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. 

Lent by the Royal Academy of Arts. 

29. Lady Augusta Stanley. 

JOT, A. BRUCE, 16, Peiubridge Gardena, Bayswater, London. 

30. Forsaken. 

31. Professor Max Muller. 

J1JNCZ, F., 32, Grove Road, St. John’s Wood, London. 

32. Relaxation. Lent by W. L. Christie, Esq., M.P. 

LEIGHTON, F., R.A., 2, Holland Park Road, London. 

33. Athlete wrestling with a Python. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 

( See Oil Paintings.) 

LAWLOR, MICHAEL, 193, Ladbroke Grove Road, London. 

34. Statuette. 

35. Statuette. 

McLEAN, T. N., 141, Church Street, Chelsea, London. 

36. “ Ione.” Lent by A. M. Marsden, Esq. 

MARSHALL, W1VT. CALBER, R.A., 115, Ebury Street, London. 

37. Tali Players. 

38. Nausicaa. 

SIMONDS, GEORGE, 152, Buckingham Palace Road, London. 

39. Cupid taming a Panther. Lent by P. Allan Fraser, Esq. 

40. Eros. 

STEPHEN'S, E. B., A R.A., 110, Buckingham Palace Road, London. 

41. The Bathers. 

42. The Wrestler. 

STEVENS, A. (died in 1875). 

43. Cariatid Figure ; Plaster Model for Marble Chimney 

Piece at Dorchester House, London. 

Lent by J. Gamble, Esq. 

44. Cariatid Figure ; Plaster Model for Marble Chimney 

Piece at Dorchester House, London. 

Lent by J. Gamble, Esq. 

TINWORTH, G., Lambeth Potteries, London. 

45. The Descent from the Cross. 

WATTS, G. F., R.A., Little Holland House, Kensington, London. 

46. Clytie. Lent by the Right Honourable W. F. Cowper-Temple, M.P. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 


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CLASS 4. 

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND MODELS. 

AITCHISON, GEOXl&E, B.A., F.R.I.B.A., ISO, Harley Street, 
London. 

1. Decoration of Drawing and Dining Rooms at Ken- 

sington Palace. 

Executed for Ker Royal Highness Princess Louise. 

2. Decoration of Large Draav- r Executed for T. E. Smith, 

ing Room. J Esq., M.P., 52, Princes 

3. Decoration of Boudoir. I Gate, London. 

f Executed for The Hon. 

4. Decoration of Inner Hall. J Percy Wyndham, M.P., 

5. Decoration of- Staircase. s ] 44, Belgrave Square, 

London. 

6. Decoration of Drawing Room. 

7. Decoration of Boudoir. 

8. Decoration of Green Draw- 

ing Room. 

9. Board Room, Thames Conservancy, Trinity Square, 

London. 

SA&StY, CHARGES, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 1, Westminster Cham- 
bers, Yictoria Street, London. 

( President of the Royal Institute of British Architects .) 

10. Alleyn’s College, Dulwich; General Yiew. 

11. Alleyn’s College, Dulwich ; Interior of Great Hall, 

12. Alleyn’s College, Dulwich ; various Internal and 

External Features. 

13. Burlington House, London ; New Buildings for the 

Learned and Scientific Societies of England. 

14. Stevenstone House, North Devon, as altered and 

enlarged ; the Residence of the IIon. Mark Rolle. 

IAEEY, S. m., R.A., F.R.I.B.A., 21, Abingdon Street, London. 

15. New National Gallery, London; partly Erected. 

16. New National Gallery, London; Interior. 

17. Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, 

London. 

18. Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, 

London ; Interior of Chapel. 

19. C'rewe Hall, Cheshire ; Rebuilt and Enlarged. 

20. Crewe Hall, Cheshire ; Interior of Hall. 

21. Crewe Hall, Cheshire; Staircase. 

22. Crewe Hall, Cheshire; Photographs. 

23. Wykehubst, Sussex ; Garden Front. 

G 804. 


Executed for F. Lehmann, 
> Esq., 15, Berkeley 
Square, London. 


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BATTEEBURY AND HUXlEf, Messrs., 25, Great James 
Street, Bedford Bow, London. 

24. House with Studio erected at Haverstock Hill for 

James D. Linton, Esq. 

BICKXUDIXE, ALPKES, lo, Adam Street, Strand, London. 

25. Apse oe Christ Church, Westminster Bridge Road. 
SOUXNOXS, W. it., F.R.I.B.A., 27, Regent Street, London. 

26. Villa on the Lago Maggiore at Baveno. 

BROOKS, JiUWKS, F.R.I.B.A., 35, Wellington Street, Strand, 

London. 

27. Church oe Saint Mary-at-ye Cross, Shoreditch. 

28. Church oe Saint Chad, Haggerstone ; Side Chapel and 

Plan. 

20. Schools oe Saint Michael with Convent oe Saint 
Mary-at-ye Cross, Shoreditch. 

•30. Church of St. John Baptist, Kensington. 

31. Church of the Annunciation, Chislehurst, Kent. 

.BURGES, WXiiUIiUVT, F.R.I.B.A., 15, Buckingham Street, Strand, 
London. 

32. Clock Tower at Cardiff Castle ; erected for the 

Marquis of Bute. 

33. Bishop’s Throne, Cork Cathedral. 

34. Chancel of St. Mary the Virgin, Studley Royal, 

Yorkshire. 

CARPENTER, R. K,, F.K.I.B.A., AND INGSJK.OW, £?=, 4, 

Regent Street, London. 

35. Chapel of St. Mary and St. Nicholas in course of 

ERECTION AT LANCING COLLEGE, SUSSEX. 

CHitIVSPNETfS, -BASH,. 39, Great Marlborough Street, London. 

36. Village Church at Mayfield, Kent. 

37. Church of St. Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford, 

38. Neav Divinity Schools, Cambridge. 

CHRISTIAN, S3., F.R.I.B.A., 8a, Whitehall Place, London. 

39. Sr Mark’s Church, Leicester; Interior View, looking 

east. 

40. Mayfield ; neav Library Wing erecting for the Rt. 

Hon. Lord Penzance. 

41. St. Peter’s Church, Wolverhampton ; North-east Vieav, 

as Restored. 

42. Lougiirigg Broav, Ambleside, Westmoreland. 

CLARKB, G. SOMERS, F.B.I.B.A., 20, Cockspur Street, London. 

43. Wyfold Court, Oxfordshire ; Mansion erected for 

E. I-Iermon, Esq., M.P. West Vieav. 

44. Wyfold Court, Oxfordshire; Mansion erected for 

E. I-Iermon, Esq., M.P. Soutii-avest Vieav. 


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45. Wyfold Court, Oxfordshire ; Mansion erected for 
E. HermoN, Esq., M.P. North-east View. 

CLARKE, SOIVSEBS, JUNIOR, 6, Delahaye Street, London. 

40. Interior view of St. Martin’s Church, Brighton. 

CEARKE, T. C., F.R.I.B.A., 63, Bishopsgate Street Within, London. 
47. London Offices of the Royal Bank of Scotland, 
Bishopsgate Street Within. 


COCKERRIt^, F. P., F.R.I.B.A., 18, Manchester Square, London. 


Crawley Court, Winchester. 


48. 


Do. Do. Do. 
Down Hall, Essex. 
Borrowslea, Surrey. 

Do. Do. 

Freemasons’ Hall, London. 
Lythe Hill, Surrey. 

Do. Do. 


Photographic views 
of buildings erec- 
ted from his de- 
signs. 


49. < 


L 


Dynhaven. 

Water Colour Gallery. 

Tomb at Algiers. 

Tomb at Kensal Green. 
Monument in St. Paul’s. 
Memorial Column at York. 
Cap of Memorial Column at 
York. 

Memorial Column at Slough. 
Chimney-piece at Cliefden. 
Tomb at Stanmore. 




Photographic views 
of buildings, &c. 
erected from his 
designs. 


COOKE, CHARGES H,, F.R.I.B.A., Burlington Chambers, 180, 
New Bond Street, London. 

50. New Church of St. John Baptist, Plumstead, Kent. 


CtfRREY, HENRY, F.E.I.B.A., 37, Norfolk Street, Strand, London. 

51. St. Thomas’s Hospital, London; Front to the River 

Thames. 

52. St. Thomas’s Hospital, London; Front to the Palace 

Road. 


CURZON, HESTRY, A.R.I.B.A., 61, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. 

53. Church of St. Michael, Wood Green, Middlesex. 

54. Holker Street Board Schools, Barrow-in-Furness. 

EDIS, R. W., F.S.A., F.R.I.B. A, 14, Fitzroy Square, London. 

55. Restoration and Additions to Buckden Place, Hun- 

tingdon. 

56. New Mansion near Ringwood, Hampshire. 

c 2 


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WORKS OP ART. 


67. Boscombe Spa New Hotel, Bournemouth. 

58. Shop and Premises, New Bond Street, London. 

£!K£E!&SOJN, WIUIAM, F.R.I.B.A., 1, Westminster Chambers, 
Victoria Street, London. 

59. View of M'uir College, Allahabad University, India. 

60. Quadrangle and Tower of Muir College, Allahabad 

University, India. 

61. St. Mary’s Church, Brighton, Interior View. 

62. Fountain in the Market, Bombay, India. 

PERSEY, S3EEJTAIV22M, F.S.A., 15, Spring Gardens, London. 
Vice-President of the Royal Institute of British Architects. 

63. Wynnstay, near Ruabon, North Wales, the seat of 

Sir W atkin W. Wynn, Bart., M.P. 
rERtarssou, JAMES, F.R.I.B.A., 20, Langham Place, London. 

84. Restoration of the Palace of Ciiosroes at Meshita in 
Moab. 

ttEORCB, ESWEST, A.R.LB.A., PETO, 11, Argyll Street, 

Loudon. 

05. Rousden, Devonshire ; erected for Sir H. W. Peek, 
Bart., M.P. 

66. Premises in South Audley Street, London ; erected 

for Messrs. Goode and Co. 

67. Cottages on Chislehurst Common ; erected for C. 

Morley, Esq. 

UYBSQJM, JOHN, F.K.I.B.A., 13, Great Queen Street, London. 

68. National Provincial Bank of England at Sunder- 

land. 

69. National Provincial Bank of England at Newcastle- 

on-Tyne. 

70. Saloon and Staircase at Dobroyd Castle, near Tod- 

morden, Lancashire. 

71. Sundry Banks, and other Buildings. 

(SCLDWIST, EDWARD, W„ F.S.A., 8, Victoria Chambers, West- 
minster, London. 

72. Houses on the Thames Embankment, Chelsea. 

73. Dromore Castle, County Limerick, Seat of the Right 

Hon. Earl of Limerick. 

74. Small House at Northampton. 

GOOBMAKf, THOS., Southend, Essex. 

75. Interior View of the Old Porch of Church at South 

Benfleet, Essex. 

HAH8UM, JOSEPH, iVNTB SOPH, Broadway Chambers, Westminster, 
London. 

76. Exterior of St. Philip’s Church, Arundel; erected 

for his Grace the Duke of Norfolk. 


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77. Interior oe St. Philip’s Church, Arundel ; erected 

for his Grace the Duke op Norfolk. 

78. Interior of the Church of the Holy Name, Man- 

chester ; ERECTED FOR THE SOCIETY OF JESUS. 

79. Exterior of the Church op the Holy Name, Man- 

chester ; erected for the Society of Jesus. 
HAYWARD, CHARLES POSTER, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 20, 

Montagu Street, Russell Square, London. 

80. Natural Science Schools, Harrow, perspective View 

of Entrance Front. 

81. Natural Science Schools, Harrow, Garden View. 

HERMAN, CHARLES, A.R.I.B.A., AND WILLIAM HARRI- 
SON, 9, Bedford Row, London. 

82. Board School (for 390 Children) at Southwick, Sussex. 

HSNMAN, CHARLES, A.R.I.B.A., WILLIAM HARRISON, 
AND EDMUND T. PESSOTT, 9, Bedford Rom, London. 

83. Cottage Hospital, Walsall, Staffordshire. 

HILL, A,, A.R.I.B.A., George Street, Cork. 

84. Section through round part of the Temple Church, 

London. 

X’ANSON, EDWARD, F.R.I.A B., 7a, Lawrence Pountney Hill, 
London. 

85. External View of Schools erected on the Site of the 

Charterhouse School by the Worshipful Company 
of Merchant Taylors. 

86. Entrance Hall of the Buildings of the British and 

Foreign Bible Society, Queen Victoria Street, 
London. 

87. South Front of the Buildings of the British and 

Foreign Bible Society, Queen Victoria Street, 
London. 

JACKSON, THOMAS GRAHAM, Devereux Chambers, Temple, 
London. 

88. New Examination Schools for the University of Ox- 

ford ; View in High Street. 

89. New Examination Schools for the University of Ox- 

ford ; View of Quadrangle. 

JARVIS, H„ AND SON, 29, Trinity Square, London. 

90. Church of St. Augustine, Bermondsey, Interior, looking 

West. 

91. Church of St. Augustine, Bermondsey ; Interior of 

Chancel. 

JONES, HORACE, F.R.I.B.A., Guildhall, London. 

92. The London Central Meat Market. 

93. The London Central Poultry and Provision Market, 
84. Billingsgate Fish Market, London. 

95 . The Guildhall Library, London. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


MAY, 3233 WAR'D JOHN, 155, Grove Lane, Denmark Hill, London. 

96. Ford’s Hospital, Coventry, erected 1529, Elevation. 

97. Do. Do. Do. Do. Details. 

MICKI.ETHWAITS, 3 . T., G, Delahaye Street, London. 

98. Interior of St. Hilda’s Parish Church, Leeds. 

MORTON, 3 ., F.R.I.B.A., AND P. S3. SffASEY, A.R.I.A.B., 

24, Old Bond Street, London. 

99. Aquarium at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. 

100. Aquarium at Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

PAX.EIT, X,. CL, F.R.I.B.A., AND AUSTIN, Lancaster. 

101. Church of St. Matthew and St. James, Mossley Hill, 

Liverpool. 

102. Church of St. Matthew and St. James, Mossley Hill, 

Liverpool. Photographs. 

103. Church of St. Matthew and St. James, Mossley Hill, 

Liverpool. 

PEARSON, JOHN E., A.R.A., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A, 4G, Harley 
Street, London. 

104. St. Augustine’s, Kilburn ; Interior looking East. 

105. Do. Do. Exterior View from the 

South East. 

106. Do. Do. Elevation of the Reredos. 

107. Sutton Veney Church, Wiltshire ; Interior View. 

108. Chapel of St. Peter’s Home, Kilburn ; Interior View. 

109. Wentworth Church, Yorkshire ; View from the North 

East. 

110. Tower and Spire, St. Peter’s, Vauxhall, London. 

111. Sculpture and Incised Decoration of St. Peter’s 

Vauxhall, London. 

112. Tower and Spire, Dalton Holme CnuRCii, Yorkshire. 

PENROSE, FRANCES CEAWMER, M.A., F.E.I.B.A., 68, St. 
Paul’s Churchyard, London. 

113. A Perspective View of the Acropolis of Athens, as 

IT MAY HAVE APPEARED DURING THE XIV. CENTURY. 
PXjUXVZBE, ROWXANB, F.R.I.B.A., 13, Fitzroy Square, London. 

114. Exterior View of House now erecting for Wilber- 

force Bryant, Esq., at Surbiton, Surrey. 

116. Interior of Congregational Church erected at Wood- 
ford, Essex. 

116. View of Warehouses erected in Thames St., Green- 

hithe. 

117. Business Premises erected in Ray St., Clerkenwell. 


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ST. AVSYN, J. 3?., F.R.I.B.A., Temple, London. 

118. New Buildings, St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall. 

119. Elevation, etc. oe Hall Screen, Middle Temple, 

London. 

SCOTT, The LATE SIR GEORGE GILBERT, R.A., F.S.A. 
F.R.I.B.A. (Died in 1878.) 

120. External View of the New Cathedral Church oi 

St. Mary, Edinburgh. 

121. Internal View of the New Cathedral Church of St. 

Mary, Edinburgh, 

SCOTT, 3'OK.Kf OLBRIB, 31, Spring Gardens, London. 

122. St. Paul’s Church, Manchester ; Exterior View. 

123. Exterior of Slough Parish Church, Bucks. 

SBDDON, JOHM P., F.R.I.B.A., 1, Queen Anne’s Gate SAY. 

124. Chancel Screen, Ingham CnuRcn, Norfolk. 

125. Interior Decoration of Chapel of St. Peter’s Orphan- 

age, Isle of Thanet. 

SEWABD, TAMES &. THOMAS, St. John’s Chambers, Cardiff. 

126. Perspective View of the New Municipal Buildings 

NOW BEING ERECTED AT CARDIFF. 

SHARPE, The late EHMUKTB, care of Messrs. Paley & Austin, 
Lancaster. 

127. Ornamentation of Transitional Period of English 

Architecture. 

128. West Doorway, Cornell a Church, Pyrenees Orien- 

tales, France. 

SHAW, RICH®. NORMAN, R.A., 30, Argyll Street, London. 

129. Ickley Church. 

130. Pierrepoint. 

131. View of Wispers, near Midhurst, Sussex. 

SPIERS, R, PHSNS, F.R.I.B.A., 12, Regent Street, London. 

132. Memorial Tower to Mrs. Locke, Locke Park, Barns- 

ley. 

133. Mansion at Impney, near Drottwich ; Principal 

Front (Mr. A. Tronquois and Mr. R. P. Spiers, joint 
Architects). 

STEANE, ISAAC, 22, Little Park Street, Coventry. 

134. Restoration of Old Coventry Cross, showing a new 

Street opened up to the Church of St. Michael. 

STEVENSON, JOHN' J., The Red House, Bayswater Hill, London. 

135. Red Brick Houses in Cadogan Square, London. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


STREET, G3SORGE EDIttUNB, R.A., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 14, 
Cavendish Place, London. 

( Vice-President of the Royal Institute of British Architects.) 

136. Plan, Elevation, and Section of the new Cathedral 

of Christ Church, Dublin. 

137. Plans and Elevation of a New Nave for Bristol 

Cathedral. 

138. Bird’s Eye View of the New Palace of Justice, 

London. 

139. North View of Bristol Cathedral. 

SUX.Itt.ft.sr, JOHN, A.R.I.B.A., 16, Furnival’s Inn, London. 

140. View of a House at Dorking, Surrey. 

141. Congregational Church at Beckenham, Kent. 

TALBERT. B. 5, Euston Square, London. 

142. An Entresol ; Water Colour Drawing. 

143. Screen Decoration and Furniture. 

TAK.BISJG, T. W., F.R.I.B.A., AND WXXiKX^SOST, 69, Basing- 
hall Street, London. 

144. Congregational Church at Enfield, Middlesex. 

145. Congregational Church at Blackburn, Lancashire. 

146. Studios and Show Booms for Messrs. Doulton, Lambeth. 

TUSVAIL, SVX.VANUS, Tywardreath, Par, Cornwall. 

147. Fowey Board Schools, Cornwall. 

148. St. Ives’ Board Schools, Cornwall. 

149. Oxford Street Board Schools, Plymouth. 

wateehofse, alebeb, A.R.A., F.R.I.B.A., 20, New 

Cavendish Street, London. 

150. The Clock Tower of the New Town Hall, Manchester. 

151. The New Natural History Museum, South Kensington, 

London. 

152. The Private Chapel at Eaton Hall, Cheshire, Seat of 

his Grace the Duke of Westminster. 

WATSON, THUS. HEBJTSTf, F.R.I.B.A., 9, Nottingham Place, 
London. 

153. Clifford Chambers, New Bond Street. 

154. Church of St. Mary, Lougiiton. 

WEBB, A.STOET, A.R.I.B.A., 3, Duke Street, Adelphi, London. 

155. New Almshouses, Worcester. 

156. New Church at Penycae, near Buabon, North Wales. 

"WHECHC02J3®, F.&.A., 11, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

( Vice-President of the Royal Institute of British Architects.) 

157. The National Safe Deposit Company’s Premises, 1, 

Queen Victoria Street, London. 

158. St, Stephen’s Club, Westminster, 


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WHITE, WXXiXiXAZVX, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 30a, Wimpole Street, 
London. 

159. St, Peter’s Church, Battersea. 

180. St. Mark’s Church, Battersea Rise. 

WOKTHOrGrosi, T., F.R.I.B.A., 110, King Street, Manchester. 

161. Manchester City Police and Sessions Court ; View in 

Minshull Street. 

162. Manchester City Police and Sessions Court; View in 

Bloom Street. 

163. Manchester City Police and Sessions Court ; Principal 

Elevation of the Minshull Street Facade. 

164. Manchester Memorial to the late Prince Consort. 

165. Mansion at Didsbury, near Manchester ; Garden Front. 

166. Mansion at Didsbury, near Manchester ; the Entrance 

Front. 

167. Photographs of Churches and Buildings erected in 

Manchester and its vicinity during the years 1869- 
1875. 

WYATT, THOMAS H., F.S.A., F.B.I.B.A., 77, Great Bussell 

Street, London. 

168. Liverpool Exchange ; View of the Quadrangle. 

169. Mansion at Brockenhurst, Hants ; built for John 

Morant, Esq. 

170. Mansion erected in Park Lane, London, for Sir 

Dudley' Coutts Marjoribanks, Bart. 

"sTOUNG, wmilAffl, 14 and 15, Exeter Hall, London. 

171. Country Residence erected at Holmewood, Hunting- 

donshire. 


CLASS 5. 

ENGRAVINGS ON STEEL AND ON WOOD ; 
ETCHINGS. 

ATKINSON, T. X.., 6, Brunswick Villas, Hill Boad, St. John’s Wood, 
London. 

1. “ Stella.” Engraved after J. E. Millais, R.A. 

2. "‘Vanessa.” Engraved after J. E. Millais, R.A. 

3. “ The Holy Family.” Engraved after F. Goodall, R.A. 

BHiSSiOW, T. O., A.B.A., 38a, Victoria Boad, Kensington, London. 

4. The Duke of Westminster. After J. E. Millais, R.A. 

5. Sir Sterndale Bennett. After J. E. Millais, R.A. 

6. Little Strollers. After Slr Edwin Landseer, R.A. 


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WORKS OF ART. 


BBADXiE?, J. H., 26, Yiale Principe Eugenio, Florence. 

7. Fondamenta oi Ponte Luigio, Venice. Etching. 

8. Ponte Panada, Venice. Etching. 

9. Warwickshire Willows. Etching. 

3ALZIEL, MESSRS., BROTHERS, 110, High Street, Camden 
Town, London. 

10. Proofs from wood engravings. Subjects from the works of 

C. Dickens, drawn by F. Barnard. 

11. Proofs from wood engravings. Subjects from Bunyan’s 

“Pilgrim’s Progress,” drawn by E. G. Dalziel. 

12. Proofs from wood engravings. Subjects from C. Dickens’ 

“The Uncommercial Traveller,” drawn by E. G. 
Dalziel. 

BOO, G. T., R.A., 4, Chancellor Road, West Dulwich. 

13. Portrait of Sir Thomas Lawrence, President of the 

Royal Academy of Arts. Engraved after Sir Thomas 
Lawrence. 

14. Portrait of Sir Charles Eastlake, President of the 

Royal Academy of Arts. Engraved after J. P. Knight, 
R.A. 

15. Portrait of James Johnstone, M.D., Birmingham. En- 

graved after W. T. Roden. 

EDWARDS, EDWIN, 26, Golden Square, London. 

16. London from the top of the London Observatory. 

“ Fumum et opes strepitumque.” 

17. Bridge Building at Blackfrtars. 

EVERSHED, A., 10, Mansfield Villas, Hampstead, Middlesex. 

18. On the Thames. (Etchings.) 

19. Dry Points. 

TAED, JAMES, 7, Barnton Terrace, Edinburgh. 

20. Portrait of the late Captain Dingwall Fordyce. 

Engraved after Sir Daniel Macnee, P.R.S.A. 

21. Portrait or a Lady. Engraved after Sir Daniel Mac- 

nee, P.R.S.A. 

HADSN, SEYMOUR, 38, Hertford Street, Mayfair, London. 

22. C at, ats Pier, after Turner (etching in progress for mezzo- 

tinting). 

23. Breaking up of the “Agamemnon,” 1870. (Etching.) 

HERK.OMER, HUBERT, Dyreham, Bushey, Herts. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

24. Souvenir of Rembrandt. (Etching.) 

25. A Welsh Woman. (Etching.) 

(See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 


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HESELTINE, J. P., 196, Queen’s Gate, London. 
r Great Yarmouth. 

26. < Hambledon, Surrey. 

I Branscombe, Devon. 

r Gainsborough Lane, Ipswich. 

27. < Near Ramsgate. 

I Ramsgate Harbour. 

HOOPER, W. H., 28, Fleet Street, London. 

28. Proofs from Wood Engravings. 

29. Proofs from Wood Engravings, Book Plates, &e. 

MACBETH, R. W., 6, The Mall, Park Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

( Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

30. A Lincolnshire Gang. 

31. Potatoe Harvest in the Fens. 

32. “ Ca, THE Yowls TO THE KnOWES.” (See Oil Paintings.) 

PAXMER, S., Furze Hill House, Mead Vale, Red Hill, Surrey. 
(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

33. The Morning of Life. 

34. The Early Ploughman. 

R1CHETON, X,., 39, Pembroke Square, London. 

35. Portrait of Richard Wagner. 

36. Willtam III. when a Boy, after Rembrandt. 
STACPOOLE, F=, 23, Yale Place, West Kensington, London. 

37. The Roll Call. Engraved after Mrs. Butler (Miss 

Elizabeth Thompson). 

38. The Palm Offering. Engraved after F. Goodall, R.A. 

39. Circe and the Friends of Ulysses. Engraved after 

Briton Riviere, A.R.A. 

SWAIN, JOSEPH, 6, Bouverie Street, Strand, London. 

40. Proofs from Woodcuts for Books and Magazines. 

(From drawings by various artists.) 

41. Proofs from Woodcuts. (From drawings by W. Small.) 

42. Proofs from Woodcuts, for “Punch.” 


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SECOND GROUP. 

EDUCATION AND INSTRUCTION, APPARATUS AND 
PROCESSES OF THE LIBERAL ARTS, 


Class 6, — Education of Children, Primary Instruction, 
Instruction of Adults, 

Plans and models of day nurseries (creches), orphan asylums, 
infant schools and kinder-garten ; system of management and 
furniture of such establishments ; appliances for instruction suit- 
able for the physical, moral, and intellectual training of the child 
previous to its entering school. 

Plans and models of scholastic establishments for town and 
country ; system of management and furniture for these establish- 
ments. Appliances for instruction : books, maps, apparatus, and 
models. 

Plans and models of scholastic establishments for adult and 
professional instruction. System of management and furniture of 
these establishments. Appliances for adult and professional in- 
struction. 

Appliances for the elementary teaching of music, singing, 
foreign languages, book-keeping, political economy, practical 
agriculture and horticulture, technology, and drawing. 

Appliances adapted to the instruction of the blind and of deaf 
mutes. 

Works of pupils of both sexes. 

Libraries and publications. 

Colman & Glendenning ; Manufacturers and Inventors of 
School Furniture ; 23, Warwick Lane, London, and 
St. Stephen's Works, Norwich. 

Head Master’s Desk and Seat. Pupil-teacher’s Desk. 
Eastern Counties Desk and Seat : this Desk forms at pleasure 
a flat table, a backed seat facing either way, or a desk. County 
desk, 3 feet 6 in. long. Collegiate Desk, 3 feet 6 in. long. 
Patent Dual Desk, 3 feet 6 in. long, having separate seat for 
each pupil. Various samples of wrought-iron Cap and Cloak 
Hooks. 

Hammer, George Mence ; School Furnisher ; 370, Strand, 
London ; Factory, Crown Works, Bermondsey, London. 
School and College Furniture. Scholars’ Desks. Masters’ 
Desks. Easels. Blackboards. Geometrical and Rustic 
Drawing Models. 

Hawes, George E. ; Maker and Inventor of School Furni- 
ture ; Chapel Field, Norwich. 

East Anglian School Desk for Girls’ or Mixed Schools. Nor- 
wich Desk for Boys. Birmingham Desk (Dual) for Board 


CATALOGUE.- — CLASS 6. 


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Schools. Norwich Convertible Desk, forming table-desk and 
seat with back. Norwich Locker Desk, for College and Upper 
Schools. Schoolmasters’ Desk. Schoolmistresses’ Table 
Desk. Infant School Desk. Pupil Teacher’s Desk. 

Newton & Co.; Opticians, Scientific Instrument Makers, 
and Inventors ; 3, Fleet Street, London. 

Bi-unial and Triple Lanterns for exhibiting Pictures by means 
of the Oxyhydrogen Light. Gas Microscopes, Polariscopes, 
and Apparatus. Patent Phantasmagoria Magic Lanterns 
with patent Lamp for burning Paraffin Oil. Glass Pictures 
for the Magic Lantern, illustrating Astronomy, Geology, 
Natural Philosophy, &c. Globes and Planetariums. 

The Religious Tract Society; Publishers of Moral and 
Religious Books and Tracts ; 56, Paternoster Roiv, 
London. 

Books, Pictures, Maps, and other Educational Appliances. 

Rundell, Joseph B. ; Inventor ; ?Aa, Pembroke Square, 
Kensington, London. 

Diagrams of “ International Stenography.” 

Sonnensckein, Adolf ; Teacher and Inventor ; 8, Beverley 
Road, South Penge Park, Anerley, near London. 

An Apparatus to be used in teaching Reading and Arithmetic ; 
also Number-Pictures to be used in the Kindergarten and 
Infant Schools, and Arithmetic Books explaining the apparatus 
and its uses through the whole course of study. 

Southee, Arthur Philip ; Schoolmaster and Inventor ; West 
Cliff School, Ramsgate. 

Model of School Buildings for Middle Class Boarding School. 
Appliances for teaching Science. System of Accounts as taught 
in English Schools. Specimens of School Work generally. 
Games to assist in teaching History and Geography. 

Sunday School Union ; Manufacturers ; 56, Old Bailey, 
London. 

Educational Works. Maps. Scripture Pictures. Reward 
Books and Cards. 

Twining’, Thomas ; Pcrryn House, 'Twickenham, near 
London. 

“ Science made easy.” Appliances for popular Museums and 
illustrations of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, with familiar 
texts for working class audiences and Primary Schools. 


Class 8. — Organisation, Methods, and Appliances 
for Superior Instruction. 

Plans and models of academies, universities, medical schools, 
practical schools, technical and practical schools, schools of agri- 
culture, observatories, scientific museums, amphitheatres, lecture- 
rooms, laboratories for instruction and research. 

Furniture and arrangement of such establishments. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 8. 


Apparatus, collections, and appliances intended for higher 
instruction and scientific research. 

Special exhibitions of learned, technical, agricultural, com- 
mercial, and industrial societies and institutions. 

Scientific expeditions. 

Cole, Arthur C., & Son ; Preparers of Microscopical Speci- 
mens ; St. Domingo House, Oxford Gardens, Notting 
Hill, London. 

Pathological preparations from the human subject, both doubly 
and singly stained. Physiological preparations from man and 
the lower animals, botli injected and stained. Diatomaceae 
and insect preparations. 

Crisp, Edwards, M.D. ; 16, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, London. 

Casts in wax of the Brains of 200 Species of Birds, with the 
relative weight of the brain to the body. Models in wax of 
the Viscera of the Gorilla, Hippopotamus, and other Animals : 
a new method of teaching Comparative Anatomy. 

Darragh, Thomas ; Taxidermist, etc. ; 7, College Square 
North, Belfast. 

Stuffed specimens of Natural History. Feather Screens, &c. 

Kesselmeyer, Charles Augustus ; Mechanical Engineer, In- 
ventor ; 1 , Peter Street, Manchester. 

Calendarium Perpetuum Mobile, a set of eight printed Tables 
explanatory of the Julian and Gregorian Calendars, and con- 
taining a project for the reform of the Calendar. 

Middleton, Thomas John ; Manufacturer of Magic Lantern 
and Dissolving View Apparatus ; 235, High Holborn, 
London. Works, Dulwich, near London, 

The “ Malden ” Triple Lantern under the control of one 
operator. The top lantern is movable ; the fronts are telescopic ; 
the condensing lenses are 4§ inches in diameter. The object 
glasses are arranged so as to enable the exhibitor to show at 
distances from the screen varying from 10 to 100 feet. New 
form of Jets with Lime Adjusters. Dissolving taps saving 
50 per cent, of gas. Reading Stand or Lecturer’s Desk. 
Telescopic, Photographic, and Coloured Slides. Colours and 
materials for painting Magic Lantern Slides. 

Palmer, Samuel ; Designer and Compiler ; Park House, 
Grove Street, South Hackney, and 75a, Strand, 
London. 

The Index to the “Times ” Newspaper, a quarterly publication 
commenced in 1865, and continued quarterly from that date 
to the present time. 

South Kensington Museum ; London. 

Illustrations of the Stages of instruction followed in the Schools 
of Art of Great Britain and Ireland. Examples of reproduc- 
tions of works of Art ; namely, Electrotypes, Fictile Ivories, 


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coloured Photographs, &c. Copies of Illustrated Catalogues of 
various divisions of Art objects in the Museum. Examples of 
apparatus for Loan to Science Schools. 

Wheeler, Edmund ; Preparer of Microscopic Specimens ; 

48, Tollington Road, Holloway, London. 

Microscopic Objects, viz. : specimens prepared and mounted 
for examination under the Microscope, illustrating Biology, 
Animal and Vegetable Histology, Entomology, and Geology, 
&c. 


Class 9. — Printing, Books. 

Specimens of typography ; autographic proofs ; lithographic 
proofs, black or coloured ; proofs of engravings. 

New books and new editions of books already known ; collec- 
tions of works forming special libraries ; periodical publications. 
Drawings, atlases, and albums. 

Augener & Co. ; Music Publishers; 86, Newgate Street, and 
81, Regent Street , London. 

“ Pauer’s Editions of the Classics,” and other Musical Series 
and Volumes. 

Bagster, S., & Sons ; Printers, Bookbinders, anil Publishers ; 
14, King's Road, Gray's Inn Road, London. 

Bagster’s Polyglot Bible in eight languages. The English 
Hexapla, comprising the versions of Wiclif 1380, Tyndale 
1534, Cranmer 1539, Geneva 1557, Rheims 1582, and the 
Authorised Version 1611. The Polyglot Bible .Series, Bagster’s 
Teachers’ Bible, the Fac-simile .Series (in four sizes) of Bagster’s 
English Polyglot Bible. The Archaic Classics (Egyptian and 
Assyrian) and other Books. 

Black, Adam & Charles ; Publishers ; Edinburgh. (Agent 
in Paris, Galignani, 224, Rue de Rivoli .) 

The Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, 
and General Literature, 9th edition ; edited by Professor T. 
Spencer Baynes, LL.D. The first edition, founded on the 
Encyclopedic of D’Alembert and Diderot, was published in 

1771. 

Blackie, W. G., & Co. ; Letter-press Printers, Copper-plate 
Printers, Lithographers, and Electrotypers; Villajield 
Works, Glasgow. 

Specimens of Letter-press Printing and Copper-plate Printing. 

Blackwood, William & Sons ; Publishers and Printers ; 
45, George Street, Edinburgh, and 37, Paternoster 
Row, London. ( Agent in Paris, J. G. Fotheringham, 
8, Rue Neuve des Capucines .) 

Educational Class Books. 


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CATALOGUE CLASS 9. 


British and Foreign Bible Society; 146, Queen Victoria 
Street , London. 

Translations of the Holy Scriptures in upwards of 200 lan- 
guages and dialects of the world. The greater number of 
these versions have been made or printed through the direct 
action of the Society, whose issues since the date of its establish- 
ment in 1804 have amounted to about 81,000,000 copies. 

Brooks (Vincent), Day, & Son ; Chromo-lithographers, 
Producers ; Gate Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, 
London. 

Fac-simile Reproductions of British Art by means of litho- 
graphy. 

Bruckmann, Frederick ; Publisher ; 1 7, Southampton St., 
Strand, London. 

Goethe’s Faust, translated into English, dlustrated with 
woodcuts and photographs. Venice, by Gsell Fels, illus- 
trated with photographs and woodcuts. 

Collingridge, W. H. & L. ; 128, 129, Aldersgate St., 78, 
Old Broad St., and New Street , Long Lane, London. 

Specimens of Printing, Letter-press and Lithography. Illus- 
trated publications and other works. 

Dangerlield, Frederick ; 22, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, 
London. 

The Ground Plan of the Paris Exhibition lithographed in 
colours and inserted in the Second Volume of the Official 
British Catalogue. 

Enoch & Sons ; Music Publishers ; 19, Holies Street, Caven- 
dish Square, London. ( Agents in Paris, Enoch 
Pere et Fils, 27, Boulevard des Italiens.) 

Printed Music. 

“ The Graphic ” ; Illustrated Newspaper ; 1 90, Strand, 
London. ( Agent in Paris, C. Carter, 15, Hue Bleue .) 

The whole process of producing a high class Illustrated News- 
paper, with sketches, finished drawings, in black and white. 
Oil paintings and water-colour drawings. Drawings on wood. 
Photographs on wood. Wood blocks in the various stages of 
manufacture. Engravings on wood. Wax moulds for electro- 
typing. Finished electrotypes. Moulds for stereotyping and 
printing in colours. Finished stereotypes. Tools used in 
wood engraving. Paper in various stages of manufacture, &c. 

Hanhart, Michael & Nicholas ; Lithographers ; 83, Char- 
lotte St., Fitzroy Sq., London. 

Examples of Chromo-lithography. 


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Loth, John Thomas; Author and Compiler; 18, Gilmore 
Place, Edinburgh. 

Books : — The Tourist’s Conversational Guide to France, Ger- 
many, and Italy. French for young children with key. The 
Christian’s Diary : comforts of the Scriptures for young and 
old. Illustrated work on Freemasonry — The ancient and 
accepted Scottish Rite, with 33 illustrations. 

Minola, Nicola; Author and Compiler; 24, Charlotte 
Square, Edinburgh. 

Books : — Original Italian Grammar to enable the student to 
learn the language theoretically and conversationally, w'itb 
tables of affinity, &c. 

Moonen, Charles ; Author; 1, Rue St. Eleuthere, Paris. 

Printed Book, entitled “Paris in Four Days,” a complete and 
practical guide to all the sights and objects of interest in the 
French metropolis, compiled on an entirely new system. 

Newspaper Publishing Company, Limited, Proprietors 
of the Pictorial World, Illustrated Newspaper; 
63, Fleet St., London. 

Engravings, Sketches, &c. 

The Patent Lithotype Company, Limited ; Type Founders, 
Inventors, and Patentees ; 22, St. John Square, Clerk- 
oiwell, London. 

Lithotype, with specimens of printing therefrom. This type 
is sunk or engraved and not raised as in letter-press. It has all 
the appearance when set up of a highly finished copper-plate 
engraving, but is far more, durable for transfer work than 
copper-plate. The saving in expense of printing from the 
lithotype is equal to 50 to 60 per cent, and the time occupied 
in making a design (which would take a week to engrave) 
setting up the type, taking transfer, and laying the same on 
stone does not exceed five hours. 

The Patent Printing Surface Co. (Leighton’s Patents) ; In- 
ventors, Patentees, and Manufacturers ; 281, Strand, 
London. 

Specimens of elastic vulcanised India-rubber Stumps and 
Printing Surfaces in relief, with samples printed both by hand 
and machine upon hard brittle and corrugated surfaces. 

Pure Literature Society ; (Richard Turner, Secretary) ; 
11, Buckingham St., Adelphi, Strand, London. 

Specimens from 3,000 selected Books and Periodicals for 
Lending Libraries, for general Readers, or for Institutions, &c. 
Cottage Wall Pictures; Diagrams for Lectures; Maps; Spe- 
cimens of Libraries for Working Men, Schools, Sailors and 
Parochial Lending Libraries. 

G 804. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 9. 


Reed and Fox ; Letter Founders to Her Majesty, and Print- 
ing Material Makers; Farm St. Foundry , Alders gate 
St., London. 

Specimens of Hard Metal Types and Printing Materials. 

Seeley, Jackson, & Halliday; Publishers; 54, Fleet St., 

London. 

“The Portfolio,” an artistic periodical, published monthly. 
Containing articles on artistic subjects, with etchings, engra- 
vings, woodcuts and other illustrations. Illustrated Books. 

Skipper (Charles) & East ; Engravers and Printers of Bank 
Notes, Cheques, Stamps, &c., Account Book Manufac- 
turers, &c. ; 1, St. Dunstan’s Hill, Great Tower 
Street, London. 

Bank notes in eccentric and inimitable engraving, printed from 
steel and intaglio plates and blocks, for the prevention of for- 
gery. Bankers’ Cheques printed in secure vegetable ink, proof 
against alteration either by chemical agency or erasure. Post- 
age Stamps, Share certificates. Bonds, Bills of Exchange, &c.. 
Account Books for Bankers, Merchants, Public Companies, 
&c., &c., in various bindings, made of hand-made and imitation 
papers, &c. 

Spottiswoode & Co. ; Printers ; New Street Square, 
London. 

Printed Books, Newspapers, Publications, &c. 

Stanford, Edward; Map Publisher, 55, Charing Cross, and 
13 and 14, Long Acre, London. 

Specimens of Engraving and Lithography as applied for 
Maps. (Exhibited in Class 16). 

Stephenson, Blake, & Co.; Type Founders ; 33, Aldersgate 
St., London. Works, Sheffield. 

Printed specimens of Printing Types. 

Stewart, Charles, M.A., Member oi the Society of 
Arts, London, and of the Academie Nationale, 
'Paris ; 50, Colebrooke Row, Islington, London . 

Two books entitled respectively “ International Correspondence 
“ by Means of Numbers, an Easy Method whereby People 
“ of Different Nations may readily communicate with each 
“ other.” — London, 1874 ; and “ Plow to Learn the Morse 
“ Alphabet in half an hour.” — London, 1876. Published by 
E. Marlborough & Co., 51, Old Bailey, London. 

Typographic Etching Company ; (Dawson’s Patent) ; 23, 
Fcirringdon St., London, and Hogarth Works, Chis- 
wick, Middlesex. 

Specimen impressions — (I.) Of Automatic and Photographic 
Engravings, in relief for letter-press printing : a., by the Typo- 
graphic Etching process; b., by the Typographic Etching 
Company’s Photo-relief process. (II.) Of Photographic En- 
graving, in intaglio for copper-plate printing. (III.) Speci- 
men Drawings on prepared plate used in the Etching process. 


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(IV.) Specimens of Printing Blocks produced by the Etching 
process and the Photo-relief process. (V.) Electrotypes of 
engraved blocks for letter-press printing purposes. 

Uhlrich, Heinrich Sigismund ; Engraver on Wood; 
Brynterion, Chelsfield , Chislehurst, Kent. 

Engravings on Wood, principally portraits. 

Unwin Brothers; “The Gresham Press;” 1, 2, and 3’ 
Oxford Court , 109a, Cannon Street, London, and St. 
Martha Printing Works, Chilworth, Surrey. 

Letter-press printing in fac-simile. Antique and modern type. 
A new “ Bihlia Pauperum,” &c. (speciality). Specimens of 
Photo-lithography. Reductions in Curtain and Fine Lace 
work. Patent enamelled Zinc Tablets. 

Virtue and Co., Limited ; Engravers and Printers ; 294, 
City Rd., London. 

Line Engravings after Pictures by British and Foreign Artists. 

Ward, Marcus, & Co. ; Publishers, Colour Printers, and 
Manufacturers of Stationery ; 67, Chandos St., Strand, 
London ; Factory, Royal Ulster Works, Belfast, 
Ireland. 

“ Royal Irish Linen ” Writing Papers ; Illustrated Books ; 
Chromo Prints; Maps and Atlases; Christmas, New Year, 
Easter, and Birthday Cards; Sunday School Reward Cards; 
Valentines; Photograph Albums ; Scrap Books ; Vere Foster’s 
Writing and Drawing Copy Books ; Fine Art Gift Books ; 
Children’s Picture Books ; Menu and Ball Programme Cards ; 
Fancy Leather Goods ; Concise Diaries ; Calendars ; Double 
Patent Detector Cheques, &c. 

Welch, William James ; Artist, Draughtsman and Engraver 
on Wood ; 25, Wellington St., Strand, London. 

Frames containing Specimens of Wood Engravings of Archi- 
tecture, Landscapes, Portraits, Figures, Statuary, Machinery, 
& c., for Illustrating Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Cata- 
logues, &c., and for Advertising purposes. 

Whitaker, Joseph; Editor and Publisher; 12, Warwick 
Lane, P aternoster Row, London. 

“ Whitaker’s Almanack,” containing an account of the Astro- 
nomical and other Phenomena, a large amount of information 
respecting the Government, Finances, Population, Commerce 
and General Statistics of the British Empire throughout the 
world, with some notices of other countries; 10 Vols., 1869 to 
1878. “The Bookseller,” a newspaper of British and Foreign 
Literature. A monthly journal for the use of Booksellers, 
Publishers, Librarians and Literary Amateurs; 20 Vols., 1858 
to 1877- “The Reference Catalogue of Current Literature,” 
a Catalogue of handy reference for Booksellers, Librarians, and 
Literary Amateurs, containing the Full Titles of Books nowin 
print and on sale, with the prices at which they maybe obtained 

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of all Booksellers, and an Index to upwards of 40,000 works ; 
3 Vols., 1874, 1875, 1877. All edited by Joseph Whitaker, 
F.S.A. 

Whymper, Edward; Engraver on Wood; 45, Lambeth 
Road , London. ( Agent in Paris , C. Carter, 15, Rue 
Blcue.) 

Frames of Engravings on Wood for Book Illustrations, &c. 


Class 10. — Stationery, Bookbinding, Painting, and 
Drawing Materials. 

Paper; card and pasteboard; inks; chalks; pencils; pastels; 
all things necessary for writing-desks and offices; inkstands; 
apparatus for weighing letters, &c. ; copying presses. 

Objects made of paper : lamp shades, lanterns, flower-pot 
covers. 

Registers, copybooks, albums, and memorandum books ; bind- 
ings, loose covers for books, cases, &c. 

Various products used in water-colour painting and tinting ; 
colours in cakes, pastels, bladders, tubes, and shells. Instruments 
and apparatus for the use of painters, draughtsmen, engravers, 
and modellers. 

Alexandre, J. ; Inventor and Manufacturer of the Hum- 
boldt Steel Pen ; York Roiv, York St., Birmingham. 
( Agents in Paris, Caen fy Gaffre, 4, Rue de Braque .) 

The Humboldt, the Phoenix, the Rossini, the Kalam, and other 
Steel Pens and Penholders. 

Bagster, S., & Sons ; Printers, Bookbinders, and Publishers ; 
14, King's Road, Gray's Inn Road, London. 

Books as specimens of binding. (Exhibited in Class 9.) 

Best Ink Co., The ; Inventors and Manufacturers ; 48, Edg- 
ware Road, London. Works, near Chcrtsey, Surrey. 

The Best Inks, Writing Fluids, and the Best Ink Soluble 
Compound in a solid concentrated form, requiring simply the 
addition of water to make excellent ink fit for immediate use, 
permanent black, perfectly fluid, and non-corrosive. 

Blackie & Son; Publishers and Bookbinders ; 17, Stanhope 
St., Glasgow, and 6, Paternoster Buildings, London. 

Specimens of Book Binding in Morocco and Calf Leathers, 
and in Cloth. 

Blackwood & Co. ; Writing Ink and Sealing Wax Manu- 
facturers ; Inventors ; 18, Bread St., Hill, I^ondon. 
Copying and Writing Inks ; Marking Inks, especially 
“ Jetoline;” Sealing Wax ; and Liquid Gums. 


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Bond, Mrs. M. A. (now Hickisson) ; Inventor and Manu- 
facturer of Marking Ink; 75 to 84, Southgate Road, 
London. 

Crystal Palace and Royal Indelible Marking Ink and appliances 
for writing upon linen, cotton, silk, &c. without any preparation 
required. 

Bowman, Charles ; Manufacturer and Inventor of Solid 
Stencil Inks and Stencil Plate Brushes ; 6, King St., 
Tower Hill, London. 

Specimens of Solid Stencil Inks, Stencil Plate Engravings, 
and Stencil Brushes. 

Buckinghamshire Millboard Co. ; Manufacturers of Mill- 
boards and Brown Paper ; The Lower Mills, Woohurn , 
Bucks. 

Best Millboards and Brown Paper. 

Cornelissen, Louis, & Son ; Manufacturers of Colours, Inks, 
and Transfer Papers; 22. Great Queen s St., Lincoln s 
Inn Fields, London. 

Dry Colours, Printing Ink, Varnishes, any kind of Lithographic 
Materials, Transfer Papers of every description. Artist Materials. 

Cowan, Alexander, & Sons ; Paper Manufacturers ; 50, 
Cannon St., London ; 38, West Register St., Edin- 
burgh ; Valleyficld Mills, Pennicuick , near Edin- 
burgh. 

Writing Papers of various kinds; Tinted Writing Papers: 
Drawing and Cartridge Papers ; Ammunition Papers ; and 
General Stationery. 

Crompton, James R. ; Paper Manufacturer ; Elton Paper 
Mills, Bury, Lancashire. ( Agents in Paris, S. and 
C. Harding, 18, Rue de VEchiquier.) 

White and coloured Tissues, and coloured Double Crowns, 
Copyings, Cigarette and Tracing Papers, white and coloured 
Cartridges, and fine Printings. 

Bane & Co.; Ink, Varnish, and Colour Makers; 33, 
Bouverie Street, London. Works, Sugar House Lane, 
Stratford, Essex. 

Printing Inks of all descriptions and in all colours. Dry 
colours for making the Inks. Varnishes of all descriptions 
for Printers, Bookbinders, and Painters. 

Bunn & Co. ; Printing Ink Manufacturers ; 31, Bouverie 
St., Fleet St., London. 

Printing Inks, black and coloured. Specimens of printing from 
same. Materials from which made. 

Erhardt, H., & Co.; Manufacturers of Parchment; 9, Bond 
Court, Watbrook, London. Works, Limehouse, 
London. 

Vegetable Parchment (Parchment Paper), white and coloured; 
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Fleming, A. B., & Co. ; Printing Ink Manufacturers, Inven- 
tors ; Scottish Printing Ink Factory, Caroline Park , 
Edinburgh ; and 46, Queen Victoria Street, London. 
(Agent in Paris, X. Verdier, 112, Rue Truffaut.') 
Printing Ink, Black and Coloured, Letter- press and Litho- 
graphic, with selected specimens. Selected newspapers from 
every quarter of the world as specimens of printing, with A. B. 
Fleming & Co.’s printing ink for newspapers. 

Fletcher, Robert, & Son ; Paper Manufacturers ; Kersley 
Paper Works, Stoneclough, near Manchester. 

White and Coloured Papers. Fine tissues (for artificial florists, 
stove ornaments, and decorative purposes) ; Artificial Flowers 
and Stove Ornaments made from these papers; Grass Bleached 
Tissue specially prepared for wrapping up silver plate so that 
the goods will not tarnish ; Copying Papers, Copying Books ; 
Cigarette Papers ; Cartridges. 

Gillott, Joseph, & Sons ; Steel Pen Makers ; Victoria Works, 
Graham St., Birmingham. (Agents in Paris, Rozey 
S)' Delihu, 36, Boulevard Sebastopol.) 

Steel Pens and Penholders. 

Goodall, Charles, & Son ; Playing Card Manufacturers, 
Envelope Makers, Manufacturing Stationers, and 
Colour Printers ; Camden Works, 24, Great College 
St., Camden Town, London. 

Playing Cards ; Christmas Cards, &c. ; Baskerville, Japanesque 
and other Stationery. ( See also Class 61.) 

Grosvenor, Chater, & Co. ; Paper Makers and Account Book 
Manufacturers ; 68, Cannon St., London. Works, 
Glory Mills, Wooburn, Bucks; and Abbey Mills, 
Holywell, Flint. 

Writing, Drawing, Printing, and Blotting Papers, Water- 
marked Papers for Bank Notes, Note Papers and Envelopes. 
Account Books. 

Hinks, Wells, & Co. ; Steel Pen Makers ; Buckingham St., 
Birmingham. (Agents in Paris, Caen fy Gaff re, 4, 
Rue de Braque.) 

Steel Pens and Penholders. 

Hyde & Co. ; Makers of Writing Inks, Sealing Wax, &c. ; 
25, Saint Bride St., Ludgate Circus, London. 

Writing Ink of every description. Black, Copying, and 
Coloured. Sealing Wax of every description. India Wax for 
hot climates (specialite). 

King, Son, & Whitaker ; Envelope Manufacturers and 
Wholesale Stationers ; 4 and 5, Old Bailey, London. 
Best English machine and hand made Writing and Drawing 
Papers ; Note Papers and Envelopes. 

Lawrence, Thomas John ; Manufacturer of Engraver’s 
Blocks ; 12, Wine Office Court, Fleet St., London. 
Specimens of Bolted Blocks, as used by wood engravers, pub- 
lishers, &c. 


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Lechertier, Barbe, 8c Co. ; Artists’ Colourmen ; 60, Regent 
St., London, 

Artists’ Materials and Colours, and Artists’ Lay Figures. 

Leonardt, D., & Co. ; Steel Pen Makers and Inventors ; 
Universal Pen Works , 69, George St., and 100a, 
Charlotte St., Birmingham. 

Steel Pens, Marcographic Pens, Patent Neptune Pens. Pen- 
holders, Pencil Cases, Patent Metal Boxes, Gold Pens. 

Lyons, W illi am ; Ink and Sealing Wax Manufacturer and 
Inventor ; 19, Park St., Ducie Bridge, Manchester ; 
and 79, Watling St., London. 

Blue Black Writing and Copying Fluids ; also various coloured 
Writing and Copying Inks, Liquid Gums for office use, and 
Sealing Wax. 

Moncrieff, John ; Glass and Ink Manufacturer ; North 
British Glass and Ink Works, Perth, Scotland. 

Writing Inks and Copying Inks. Soluble Paris Blue without 
Oxalic Acid, used for clearing linen by neutralizing all other 
tints. ( See also Class 54.) 

The Patent Waterproof Paper and Canvas Company ; 

Waterp roofers, Manufacturers, and Inventors ; Canal 
Works, Willesden Junction, near London. 

Waterproof Paper : Insoluble Metallic Card in rolls of any 
length, and in sheets. Insoluble Cloth lined Paper. Water 
resisting Canvas and other Woven Fabrics, and Spun Yarns. 
Insoluble Tubes, Panels, Labels, etc., manufactured by a new 
chemical process. 

Perry & Co., Limited ; Inventors and Manufacturers of Steel 
Pens, &c ; 19, and 20, Llolborn Viaduct, London. 
Works, 36, Lancaster St., and Albert Works, Graham 
St., Birmingham. 

Steel Pens, Penholders, Paper Binders, Pencil Cases, Stationers’ 
Sundries, Steel Split Rings, and Key Rings. Solitaire Buttons 
with Mechanical Action. 

Pirie, Alexander, & Sons ; Paper Makers, Envelope and Card 
Makers ; Stoncywood Works, near Aberdeen. 

Papers, Writing (tubsized), Drawing ; Loan ; Book papers, and 
Cartridge ; Envelopes of every description ; Cardboards and 
Cards of every description ; Enamelled Papers, Coloured 
Papers, Chromo Papers, &c. 

Routledge, Thomas ; Inventor and Patentee of Esparto and 
Fibre Paper ; (The Ford Works Co., Limited, Manu- 
facturers') Ford Works, South Hylton, near Sunder- 
land. 

Two Bales of Esparto or Alfa Patent Paper Stock. One Cake 
of Bleached Half Stuff, Bamboo Fibre and paper made 
therefrom. 


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Rowney, George, & Co. ; Manufacturing Artists’ Colourmen ; 
10 and 11, Percy St., Rathbone Place, London, 
W T orks, Diana Place, Euston Road, London. 

Colours extra finely ground in oil for Artists’ use. Colours 
extra finely ground in water for Artists’ use. Arbsts’ Brushes, 
made of sable, camel, badger, and hog hair; Chinese Ink, 
Palette Knives, Mathematical Instruments, Colour Boxes, 
Pencil Cases, Set Squares, T Squares, Chromo-lithographs and 
Lithographic Studies. 

Sanders, H. G., & Son; Metallic Collapsible Tube Manu- 
facturers ; Victoria Works, Victoria Gardens, Notting 
Hill Gate, London. 

Metallic Collapsible Tubes for artists’ colours, Perfumes, Shav- 
ing Soap, and Cosmetiques. Patent Stoppers, and Feeding 
Bottles. 

Saunders, T. H., & Co. ; Paper Manufacturers (Hand and 
Machine) ; Lyons Wharf, Upper Thames St., London, 
Works for Machine-made Paper, Phoenix and Hawley 
Mills, Dartford, Kent ; for Hand-made Paper, Darenth 
and Sandridge Mills, Kent, and Beech Mill and Rye 
Mill , High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. 

Writing paper, hand and machine made. Water-marked Bank 
Notes, Shares, &c. Printing, Blotting, and Cheque Papers, 
and artistic designs in water marks. 

Skipper (Charles) & East; Engravers and Printers of Bank 
Notes, Cheques, Stamps, &c. Account Book Manu- 
facturers, &c. ; 1, St. Dunstan's Hill, Great Tower 
St., I^ondon. 

Account Books for Bankers, Merchants, Public Companies, &c. 
in various bindings made of hand-made and imitation papers, 
&c. (Exhibited in Class 9.) 

Stephens, Henry Charles ; Manufacturer and Inventor ; 
171, Aldersgote St., London. 

Writing Fluids and Copying Inks, with some new and impor- 
tant discoveries therein. Ink Powders, Machine ruling and 
endorsing Inks, Marking Ink for Linen and copyable Printing 
Inks, Inkstands, Gum Mucilage, Quills, Sealing Wax, Parallel 
Rulers, and Stains for Wood. 

Terry, Stoneman, & Co. ; Manufacturing Stationers and In- 
ventors ; 6 and 82, Hatton Garden, London. ( Agents 
in Paris, Heilbronner S? IApmann, 34, Faubourg St. 
Martin.) 

A Frame containing specimens of Oxford registered mourning 
Note Papers and Envelopes, the borders being solid black 
without any ornamentation. Also Memorial Cards of various 
designs. 


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Waterlow & Sons, Limited ; Manufacturing Stationers, 
Printers, Engravers, and Lithographers ; London 
Wcdl, 49, Parliament St., 25, 26, and 27, Great 
Winchester St. ; Factories, Finsbury Stationery Works, 
FUll St., Finsbury. ( Agents in Paris, S. <$? C. Harding, 
18, Rue de V Echiquier.) 

Stationery. Account Books, Die Sinking, Commercial En- 
graving, Security Cheques, Testimonial Engrossing, Envelopes, 
Railway Tickets, general Railway Stationery, &c. 

Waterston (G.), Sons, & Stewart ; Sealing Wax Makers ; 56, 
Hanover St., Edinburgh, and 9, Rose St., Newgate 
St., London. 

Sealing Wax, comprising Letter Wax, for home use, and for 
hot climates. Parcel Wax, Bottle Wax, Engraver’s Wax, for 
seals, and for brasses, &c. 

Watkins & McCombie ; Quill Merchants and Sealing Wax 
Makers ; 5 a, Cloak Lane ; and 24, College Hill , 
London. 

Goose, Swan, and Hudson’s Bay Quills and Pens cleaned, 
dried, fired, and hardened by a new process, and cut by hand 
to suit any writing. Sealing Wax with improvement in colour 
and power of adhesiveness, hardness of quality in India Wax, 
and greater tenacity and strength in Bankers’, Letter, and 
Bullion Wax. 

Willis, William Henry, & Co. ; Card Manufacturers and 
Printers ; 80, Long Acre, London. 

Playing Cards, Untearable Ball Programme Cards, Menu 
Cards, Visiting Cards, Perforated Cardboards, Ivory Boards, 
Drawing Boards, Calendars, &c. 

Wolff, E., & Son ; Pencil and Stationery Manufacturers and 
Inventors ; 55, Great Queen St., Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
Lotidoji. Factory, Steam Works, Battersea, London. 
Black-lead and coloured Pencils of various kinds ; Specimens 
of natural and manufactured Graphite ; Drawing Materials; 
Stationers’ Sundries and Novelties. 

Woolley & Co.; Card Manufacturers; 210, High Holborn, 
and 24 and 25, Newton St., London. 

Playing Cards, Perforated Boards, Mounting Boards, Bristol 
Boards; Cards of all kinds Fancy and Enamelled Papers; 
Fancy Stationery. 


Class 11. — General Application of the Arts of Drawing 

and Modelling. 

Designs for industrial purposes : designs obtained, reproduced, 
or reduced by mechanical processes. Decorative paintings, 
lithographs, chromo-lithograplis, or engravings for industrial pur- 
poses. Models and small articulated wooden models of figures, 
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Carvings. Cameos, seals, and various objects decorated with 
engraving. Objects modelled for industrial purposes produced 
by mechanical processes, reductions, photo-sculpture, &c. Casts. 

Clarke, C. Purdon ; 16, Earl’s Court Gardens, Brompton, 
London. 

A reproduction of a Mosaic picture of Raphael’s from Rome. 
(Exhibited in the Indian Section). 

Green, James ; Decorative Artist and Designer ; 20, Moore 
Street, Chelsea, London. 

Design for Mosaic Floor, to be executed in pottery, mosaic 
designs for the ceiling and walls of Baron Reuter’s dining 
room, Kensington Palace Gardens (executed). 

Holt, Prank ; Glass Stainer and Decorator ; St. John's, 
Warwick. 

Designs for Stained Glass for Church Windows. ( See also 
Class 19.) 

Jemier & Knewstub ; Die Sinkers, Heraldic Engravers, Re- 
lief Stampers, Fancy Stationers, and Illuminators ; 
33, St. James's St. and 66, Jermyn St., London. 

Dies, with Specimens executed in gold and colours, and illu- 
minated, &c., & c. 

Minns, James; Sculptor; Mariners Lane, Norwich. 
Carvings in Wood. Birds, Animals, Foliage, & c. 

Ortner & Houle ; Designers, Engravers, Jewellers, &c. ; 
3, St. James's St., London. 

Specimens of Seal Engraving and Die Sinking, of Copper and 
Steel Plate and Silver Engraving. Specimens of Heraldic 
Painting, &c. 

Peel, Joseph ; Cabinet Maker. Inventor of Tools used ; 
Holier Lane, Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Medallion and complex turning in wood, ivory, and marble, 
applicable to high class Cabinet Work, &c. 

Poole, Edward ; Chester Terrace, Habberley Road, 
Bewdlcy. 

Original designs for Brussels Carpets. Five Frames. 

Pugh Bros. ; Heraldic Artists, &c. ; 9, Great Turnstile, 
Lincoln's Inn, London. 

Heraldic Paintings on Vellum ; Heraldic Paintings in Oil on 
Wood and Silk. Presentation Addresses on Vellum. Wax 
Impressions of Stone Seal Engraving. Heraldic Engravings 
(for book-plates) on Steel and Copper. Die Sinking and 
illuminated Impressions of ditto. 

Shepperd, William Henry ; Heraldic Artist and House 
Painter ; St. Mary's Place, Shrewsbury. 

Specimen of Design and Workmanship of Heraldic Painting : 
the Arms, Crest, and Motto of A. P. Lloyd, Esq., Leaton 
Knolls, near Shrewsbury. 


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Soane, Harry ; Heraldic Designer, Engraver and Printer ; 
8, Green Street] Leicester Square , London. 

Heraldic Devices executed on Wood Blocks as Book Labels 
and Trade Marks. 


Class 12. — Photographic Proofs and Apparatus. 

Photographs on paper, glass, wood, stuffs, and enamel. Helio- 
graphic engravings, lithographic proofs. Photo-lithographic proofs, 
photographic stereotypes, stereoscopic proofs, and stereoscopes. 
Enlarged photographs. Colour photographs. 

Instruments, apparatus, and chemicals necessary for photography. 
Materials and appliances used in photographic studios. 

The Autotype Company ; Manufacturers and Publishers of 
Permanent Photographs ; 36, Rathbone Place, London ; 
Works, Ealing Dene, Middlesex. ( Agents in Paris, 
Guilleminot et Cie., 6, Rue Choron.) 

Carbon Tissue and Transfer papers. Permanent Photographic 
Proofs, produced by the carbon printing or autotype process. 
Photographic Proofs obtained in the printing press by Sawyer’s 
Collotype process. 

Baudoux, Charles Ernest ; Photographic Artist ; 59, New 
Street, St. Heliers, Jersey. 

Photographic Portraits and Views. Enlargements. Photographic 
Transparencies. Stereoscopic Views, all printed in carbon bv 
the Lambertvpe and chromotype processes. 

Beau, Adolphe ; Photographic Artist ; 56, Welbeck St., 
London. 

Photographs (Heliotechnic Process). 

Bedford, William ; Photographer ; 326, Camden Road, 
London 

Landscape Photographs. 

Boucher, Albert; Artist and Photographer; 15, King's 
Road, Brighton. 

Photographic Portraits from life. 

Brice, William A. ; Inventor and Patentee ; care of Clifford 
Poulter, 4 a , Middle Temple Lame, T.ondon. 

Improved Photographic Apparatus (the Photographon) for wet 
process or for preparing dry plates, dispensing with tent, dark 
box, &c. (Exhibited in Mr. George Hare’s case.) (Exhibits 
also in Class 67). 

Brownrigg, T. M. ; Arlington House, Guildford, Surrey. 
Landscape Photographs by the wet Collodion process. 

Dallmeyer, John Henry ; Manufacturing Optician and 
Inventor; 19, Bloomsbury St., London. 

A new double combination Portrait Lens. The “ Rapid ” and 
“Wide Angle” Rectilinear Lenses. A single combination Lens 
(a cemented triplet) for landscape photography. A new double 


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combination Objective for the Magic Lantern, specially con- 
structed for the exhibition of diagrams for science lectures, &c. 
Cameras and Apparatus of special design for portraits, land- 
scapes, and copying.— Exhibited in Class 15. 

Elliott & Fry ; Photographers and Artists ; 55, Baker St., 
Portman Sq., London. 

Photographic Portraits. 

England, Wm. ; Photographer and Publisher ; 7, St. James's 
Square , Notting Hilt, London. 

Photographs on Paper : Views of Switzerland, Savoy, and 
Italy, &c. Photographic copies of Statuary. Views of Scenery 
and Statuary on Glass for the Stereoscope and Magic Lantern, 
&c. 

Faulkner, Robert, & Co. ; Artists and Photographers; 21, 
Baker Street , London. 

Pictures having a photographic base and Photographs. 

Fisk, Alfred S. ; Photographer and Artist ; St. John St., 
Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Instantaneous Studies in Photography of Animals : Horses, 
Dogs, Pigs, and Sheep. 

Fry, Samuel ; Photographer ; 9, Surbiton Park Terrace, 
Kingston-on- Thames. 

Examples of effects produced by combining a number of Photo- 
graphic Negatives. 

Godbold and Basebe ; Miniature Painters and Photogra- 
phers ; South Kensington , London, and 8, Grand 
Parade, St. Leonards-on- Sea, Sussex. 

Miniatures painted on China, with autotype basis. Permanent 
Chromotype and Autotype Photographs, and Carbon Trans- 
parent Photographs for window decoration. 

Hare, George ; Photographic Apparatus Manufacturer and 
Inventor ; 26, Calthorpe St., London. 

Photographic Cameras, Tripod Stands, and other Apparatus. 
Revolving Albums. Graplioscopes with new revolving Stereo- 
scope combined. 

Heath, Vernon ; Artist ; 43, Piccadilly , London. 

Examples of a Series of more than 200 Photographs of well- 
known places, Country Mansions, and studies of celebrated 
Trees in the British Isles, enlarged from negatives 12 inches by 
10, and printed by the Autotype Process. 

Hedges, David ; Photographer ; 7, Queen St., Lytham, Lan- 
cashire. 

Four Frames of Photographs : — Studies of Animals. 

Henderson, Alexander Lamont ; Ceramic and General 
Photographer, Inventor, and Patentee ; 49, King 

William St., City, and Amersham Road, London. 
Vitrified Enamel Photographs. 


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Jennings, Payne ; Photographic Publisher ; Elm Grove , 
Rosendale Villas, West Dulwich, London. 

Photographic Landscape Studies in the Lake Districts of Eng- 
land and Ireland. 

Lemere (Bedford) & Co. ; Architectural Photographers; 147, 
Strand, London. 

Architectural Photographs from the Royal Academy, Royal 
Architectural Museum, Westminster, Elizabethan and Modern 
English Mansions, and details of Carvings, &c. 

The Liverpool Dry Plate and Photographic Printing Co. ; 

(Peter Mawdsley, Manager). Manufacturers of Dry 
Plates and Emulsions; 1 h, St. John’s Hill, Clapham 
Junction, I^ondon. 

Framed Photographs printed from negatives made on “ Liver- 
pool” Emulsion Plates. 

Lombardi & Co. ; Photographers ; Brighton and London. 
Photographs. 

The London Stereoscopic Company ; Photographers and 
Publishers ; 1 10, 108, 106, Regent St., and 54, Cheap- 
side, London. 

Photographs of distinguished persons in Frames. 

Maltby, William Flower; Photographer; 176, Upper St., 
Islington, London. 

Photographs on paper and porcelain. 

Norman, Carl, and Company; Landscape Photographers; 
Graphic Villa, Tunbridge Wells. 

Photographic Views from India, Egypt, and the Continents of 
Europe and America. 

Robinson, Henry P. ; Photographer ; Public Hall Studio, 
Tunbridge Wells. 

Photograph, “ When the day’s work is done.” 

Sherlock, William; Photographer; Budleigh Salterton, 
Devon. 

Photographs from nature (untouched). 

Slingsby, Robert ; Photographic Artist ; 168, High St., 
Lincoln. 

Photographic Portraits of large size taken direct from the life. 
Pictures combining Figures and Landscape, photographed from 
nature. 

Van der Weyde, Henry ; Photographer; 182, Regent Street, 
London. 

Portraits by the electric light. 

Warnerke, Leon ; Inventor and Manufacturer ; 10 , Linden 
Grove, Pechham Rye, London. 

The Sensitive Negative Tissue (a substitute for Glass in the 
production of photographic negatives). Illustration of its 


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various applications and advantages. Apparatus specially- 
designed for the use of the Tissue. Specimens of work pro- 
duced on the Tissue. 

Watkins, Herbert; Photographer; 1 , Torriano Avenue, 
Camden Road, London. 

Photographs printed in silver; also in carbon. 

Wheeler, William Henry; Bookseller, &c. and Photogra- 
pher; 106, High St., Oxford. 

Large Architectural Photographs taken direct from the sub- 
jects by the aid of lenses, &c. arranged and contrived by the 
Exhibitor. 

Whiting, Matthew ; Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, London. 
Photographic views taken on “ Dry Plates.” 

York, Frederick; Photographer and Manufacturer of Magic 
Lantern Slides ; 87, Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, 
London, and Bridgwater, Somersetshire. 

Photographs and Magic Lantern Transparencies of animals in 
the Zoological Gardens, London, taken from life. 


Class 13. — Musical Instruments. 

N on-metallic wind instruments : with common mouth pieces, 
with reeds with or without air reservoirs. 

Metallic wind instruments, simple, with lengthening pieces, 
with slides, with piston, with keys, with reeds. 

Wind instruments with keyboards : organs, accordions, &c. 
Stringed instruments played with the fingers or with the bow, 
without keyboards. 

Stringed instruments with keyboards : pianos, &c. 

Instruments played by percussion or friction. 

Automaton instruments, barrel organs, bird organs. 

Separate parts of musical instruments and orchestral appliances. 

Barratt and Robinson ; Pianoforte Manufacturers ; 9a, 
Georgiana St., Camden Town, London. 

Pianoforte. Exhibited for its tone, touch, durability, neatness 
of style, and lowness of price. 

Bauer, Gilbert L. ; Organ -Harmonium Manufacturer ; 49, 
Tottenham St., Tottenham Court Road, and 101, 
Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 

Two manual Pedal Organ Harmonium for Organist or Stu- 
dent practice, and Grand Concert Model Organ Harmonium. 
One case of steel tongued and white metal harmonium vibrators. 

Brinsmead, John, and Sons ; Pianoforte Manufacturers and 
Inventors of the Patent Perfect Check Repeater Action ; 
18, Wigmore St., Cavendish Square, London. Factory, 
The Brinsmead Works, Grafton Road, London. 

Full Concert Grand Pianoforte, in walnut case, with patent 
“ perfect check repeater ” action, improved metal frame and 
sounding board, sympathetic scale, tone sustaining pedal, &c. 


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Short iron Grand Pianoforte, in walnut case, with patent 
“ perfect check repeater ” action. Grand Oblique Pianoforte, 
with patent “ perfect check repeater ” action, full metal front 
frame, sostinente sounding board, &c., &c. Half Oblique 
Pianoforte, with patent perfect check repeater action, iron 
front frame, sostinente sounding board, &c. Upright Piano- 
forte, with patent perfect check repeater action, &c., &c. Model 
of Patent “Perfect Check Repeater ” Action for Grands ; Model 
of Patent “ Perfect Check Repeater” Action for Upright Pianos. 

Brooks, Robert ; Musical Instrument Manufacturer and 
Inventor ; Houghton Regis, Dunstable , Bedfordshire. 
Two small Pianofortes, with new Keyboards, invented for 
facilitating the playing of the pianoforte, harmonium, and 
organ. The keyboard can be adapted to pianofortes, harmo- 
niums, and organs in present use at a moderate cost. New 
design for an Illuminated Clock. This invention wil enable 
persons to see the time by a clock, day or night, at a great 
distance. It can also be cheaply adapted to clocks and watches 
in general use. 

Brown, Richard, & Son ; Organ Builders, Inventors ; 324, 
Kennington Road, London. 

The Student’s Organ, having two manuals and pedals, 30 
notes, containing Clarabella and Leiblich bass, open diapason ; 
stopped diapason bass; couplers swell to pedals. Great to 
pedals. 

Challen and Son ; Pianoforte Makers ; 20, Oxford Street, 
London. Works, 36, Cardington Street, Euston 
Square, London. 

One Cottage Grand Piano, style, early English. One Cottage 
Piano in walnut case. One Boudoir Piano in walnut case. 
One Pianette, an example of good touch and tone in a small 
piano. 

Chanot, George ; Violin Maker ; 103, Wardour St., London, 
Violins, Violas, Violincellos, and one Grand Pattern Double 
Bass, after Stradivarius. 

Dreaper, Will. H. & G. H. ; Pianoforte Manufacturers ; 96, 
Bold Street and 103, Wood Street, Liverpool. 

Oblique Grand Pianoforte (cottage shape), with composite 
iron frame, the case in Egypto-Grecian style. 

Hemingway and Thomas ; Pianoforte Manufacturers ; 

. 27, Victoria Road, Kentish Town, London. 

Piano, Class 4, English Model in Rosewood. Piano, Class 4a, 
German Model in Walnut. Piano, Class 6a, Parisian Model 
in Walnut. All newly designed and registered. 

Hillier, James ; Manufacturer of American Organs and 
Harmoniums. Inventor of the Orchestrophone ; 12, 
13, 14, & 15, King's Road, Camden Town, London. 
The “ Orchestrophone,” a combination of the American Organ 
and Harmonium. The advantage consists in enclosing in the 
same Instrument two distinct instruments which, at the will of 
the performer, can be played separately or together by means 
of pedals. 


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Hopkinson, J. & J. ; Manufacturers of Pianofortes and 
Inventors ; 235, Regent St., London. Factory, Fitz- 
roy Road, Regent’s Park, London. 

Iron Concert Grand Pianoforte, in oak case, with patent action. 
Iron Drawing-room Grand Pianoforte, in walnut, with patent 
action. Iron Boudoir Grand Pianoforte, in ehonised and gilt 
case, with patent action. Iron Cottage Pianoforte in ebonised 
and gilt case. 

Ivory, Henry A., & Co. ; Pianoforte Manufacturers ; 23, 
Holborn Viaduct , London. Factory, Wood Green, 
near London. 

A. Specimen of High Class Drawing-room Pianoforte, full tri- 
chord, in elegant burr walnut case. B. Specimen of thoroughly 
well-made Pianoforte designed for the people, combining dura- 
bility and excellence of workmanship with sufficient attractive- 
ness of appearance, and at extremely moderate cost. 

Laclienal & Co. ; Concertina Manufacturers ; 4, Little 
James Street, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

Improved Concertinas, having the stretch of the Violin, on 
which can easily be played all the chords from 2 to 8 notes. 
All music written in the key of G for violin, piano, flute, or 
oboe can be played on these instruments. 

Monington and Weston ; Pianoforte Manufacturers, and 
Patentees of Keyboard Scale Attachment ; 9, Camden 
St. Works, Ring Street and Baykam Pace, Camden 
Town, London. 

Two Pianofortes, one with the patent keyboard scale attach- 
ment for educational purposes. 

Smith, James Muir; Pianoforte Manufacturer; 116 and 
118, Baykam St., Camden Town, T.ondon. 

One Pianoforte. 

Strohmenger, J., & Sons ; Pianoforte Manufacturers and 
Inventors ; 169 and 206, Goswell Road, London. 
Grand Cottage Pianoforte in walnut case, with patent check 
action combining strength with simplicity and exactness of 
touch : / octaves, full trichord, iron construction, overstrung. 
Tone equal to a “full grand,” will keep unaffected by climate. 

Wallis, Joseph ; Inventor and Manufacturer of Musical 
Instruments and Materials ; 133 and 135, Euston 

Road, London. 

Flutes and Flageolets of the most useful sizes made of cocus 
wood, fitted with from one to eight keys, mounted in silver 
and German silver, some having patent tuning slide. Flutes 
and Flageolets for Bands of every description made in nickel 
silver, with from one to four keys, some having patent tuning 
slide. 

Wornum, Robert, & Sons ; Pianoforte Manufacturers, In- 
ventors; 16, Store St., Bedford Square, London. 

A short Iron Grand Pianoforte (length under 6 feet). Method 
of construction invented and patented by A. N. Wornum in 


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18/5. It has the advantage over the usual German method of 
“ cross-stringing,” in that, whilst the strings are arranged 
parallel, their lengths are not reduced, and it allows the iron- 
work in particular and the construction in general to be simpler 
and of less weight. It also does away with the necessity of 
widening the front of the case. The action is withdrawn from 
the bass side, leaving the keys and “ damper action ” in posi- 
tion. A Grand, 8 feet in length, constructed on the same 
principle. A Piccolo Pianoforte (bichord, with semi-oblique 
strings). This action was invented by the late R. Wornum, 
and patented in 1826, and its principles are universally adopted 
in the best mechanisms. 


Class 14. — Medicine, Hygiene, and Public Relief. 

Appliances, instruments, and apparatus requisite for anatomical 
and histological works. 

Plastic anatomical models. 

Instruments of medical research. 

Apparatus and instruments for dressing wounds and for simple 
surgery, general and local ; anaesthetic apparatus. 

Surgical instruments grouped according to their purposes : 
instruments for amputations, resection. Special instruments, ob- 
stetrics, ovariotomy, urinary channels, ophthalmology, dentistry, 
&c. ; electro-therapeutic apparatus. 

Apparatus for plastic and mechanical prosthesis, orthopoedic 
apparatus. 

Trusses. 

Apparatus for restoring persons apparently drowned or suffo- 
cated. 

Baths and hydro-therapeutic apparatus ; gymuastical apparatus 
for medical and hygienic purposes. 

Plans and models of hospitals, various asylums, houses of refuge, 
poor-houses, lunatic asylums. Arrangements and furniture of 
such establishments. Various apparatus for infirm persons, in- 
valids, and lunatics. Accessory objects for the medical, surgical, 
and pharmaceutical services in hospitals or infirmaries. 

Chests and cases of instruments and medicines for military and 
naval surgeons. Means and apparatus for succouring the wounded 
on battle fields. Civil and military ambulances. 

Appliances, instruments, apparatus, and all things requisite for 
veterinary surgery. 

Allen, Thomas ; Metallic Tubular Bedstead Manufacturer 
and Inventor; 12, St. Augustine' s Parade , Bristol. 
Patent Hospital Bedstead, with portable bed-rest. Patent 
Child’s Cot, with sides to open, movable tray for food, toys, 
&c. Patent Asylum Bedstead. Patent Bedstead for general 
use. Models and Details of Bedsteads. 

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Gabriel, Messrs. ; 72, Ludgate Hill, City, and , 23, Bishop’’ s 
Road, Bayswater, London. 

Improvements in Artificial Teeth. 

Gray, Joseph, & Co. ; Surgical Instrument Makers ; Truss 
Works , New George St., Moor, Sheffield. 

Surgical, Dental, and Veterinary Instruments, Trusses, Enema 
Syringes, Magneto-Electric Machines, &e. 

Greenway, Henry ; Surgeon and Inventor ; Plymouth. 
Drawings, description, and model of Mr, Greenway’s method of 
Hospital Construction. This plan consists of a substantial 
building containing a smaller one, the side and end spaces 
between the two forming corridors. The inner building is 
made of glass ( toughened , if procurable), or enamelled sheet- 
iron and glass, fixed in iron framework, and is subdivided so 
as to form two rows of compartments, each compartment 
having an entrance from the corridor. 

Hamilton, William ; Manufacturer of Invalid Couches, 
Chairs, &c. ; 45 and 46, Ship St., Brighton. 
Grasshopper Couches, with patent screw, constructed so that 
the back and knees of an invalid can be elevated or depressed 
to any angle. 

Harris, George Henry ; Engineer and Machinist ; Bristol 
St., Birmingham. 

Patent Recumbent Couch. Patent Reading Easel on castors, 
with lamp, table, and reading desk. (See also Class 27.) 

Jamieson, W. 8c J. ; Inventors and Manufacturers of 
Dental Materials ; 10, Broad SC, Golden Square, 
London. 

Stoppings for teeth, manufactured from gold, tin, copper, 
zinc, and various alloys. Instruments and appliances. 

Lemale, T., & Co , ; Manufacturers and Inventors of Mineral 
Teeth and Dental Articles ; 53, Haymarket, London. 
Mineral Teeth and Dental Materials. 

Leslie 8c Co., Limited ; Wholesale Manufacturing Drug- 
gists and Inventors ; Bond Court House, Walbrook, 
London ; Works, Greenwich, near London. 

Patent Pliable Tape Plaisters for Surgical and Hospital use. 
Almodized Cod Liver Oil, and Castor Oil. 

Longdon, F., & Co. ; Inventors and Manufacturers of Surgical 
Elastic Bandages ; Derby. W irks, Agard Street Mills, 
Derby, 

Surgical Elastic Accouchment Belts, Stockings, Knee Caps, 
Anklets, &c. 

Mather, William; Manufacturing Druggist; Farringdon 
Road, London. Works, Hulme, Manchester. 

Infants’ Feeding Bottles, Medical Plaisters, Corn Plaisters, 
Court Plaisters, Marking Inks. 


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Mayer and Meltzer ; Surgical Instrument Makers and 
Cutlers, Inventors ; 71, Great Portland St., London. 
All kinds of Surgical Instruments ; New Patent Medical 
Batteries ; Pocket Knives, Scissors and Razors. Artificial 
Arms, Legs. Surgical Appliances. New Army Surgeon’s 
Bag. 

Porter, Surgeon-Major Joshua Henry; Army Medical De- 
partment, Inventor ; Assistant Professor of Military 
Surgery , Royal Victoria Hospital , Netley, South- 
ampton. 

Model of a Passenger Railway Luggage A r an (London and 
South-western Railway), representing a method of carrying 
sick or wounded in ships’ hammocks, and Messrs. Seydel & Co.’s 
Twine Hammocks. Model of Hill Dhooly for the carriage of 
sick or wounded in a recumbent position in mountainous 
districts. Model of a Bed and Stretcher for the after treatment 
of excision of the head of the femur. Telegraph Wire extem- 
porised for battle field splints, adapted with pads made from 
articles of clothing, &c. “ The Surgeon’s Pocket Book,” 

being an essay on the treatment of wounded in war. 

Rein, Frederick Chas., & Son ; Manufacturers and Inventors 
of Acoustic, Surgical, and Mechanical Instruments ; 
108, Strand, London. 

Acoustic, Surgical, and Veterinary Instruments ; Respirators ; 
Reservoir Enemas; Eye Fountains and Douches; Syphons 
and Breast Pumps ; Bougies and Catheters ; Stethoscopes ; 
Medical Inhalers; Instruments for deformities; Anatomical 
Belts, Stockings, and Bandages ; Trusses ; Crutches ; Arm 
Slings ; Magneto-electric Machines for nervous diseases ; 
Elastic appliances for surgical purposes ; Speaking Tubes and 
Trumpets ; Patent Acoustical contrivances for Churches and 
Public Buildings ; Anti-Acoustic Protector. 

Rein, Mrs. Frederick Charles ; Manufacturer of Surgical 
Appliances ; 108, Strand, London. 

Surgical Bandages, Appliances, Anatomical Belts, Artificial 
Breasts, Elastic stockings for varicose veins. Trusses of all 
description. Bandages and other appliances for surgical 
purposes. 

Robinson & Sons ; Manufacturers of Lint, Carded Cotton 
Wools and Bandages ; Wheat Bridge Mills, JVev< 
Brampton, near Chesterfield. 

Surgeons’ Lints, Carded Cotton Wools and Roll Bandages. 
Speciality No. 00 • 0 and 1 Surgeons’ Cotton Lint, pure, and 
tears easily across the fabric, used at Guy’s, St. Bartholomew’s, 
&c., London ; at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, and all the 
largest British Hospitals. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 15. 


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Class 15. — Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments. 

Apparatus and instruments used for mathematical purposes. 

Apparatus and instruments illustrating practical geometry, 
land-surveying, topography and geodesy ; compasses, calculating 
machines, levels, mariner’s compasses, barometers, &c. 

Apparatus and instruments for measurement : verniers, micro- 
metric screws, dividing machines, &c. ; scales for scientific uses. 

Optical instruments. Astronomical instruments. Physical and 
meteorological instruments, &c. Instruments and apparatus re- 
quisite for laboratories and observatories. 

Weights and measures of various countries. Coinsand medals. 

Bell, Alex. Graham; Inventor; 115, Cannon Street, 
London. 

Articulating or speaking Telephones, with bell-calls and other 
telephonic apparatus. 

Boyd, — ; 236, Rue de Rivoli, Paris. 

Scientific Apparatus. 

Cetti, Ed., & Co.; Philosophical Instrument Manufacturers 
and Inventors ; 11 and 31, Brooke St., Holborn , Lon- 
don. 

Barometers, Thermometers, Water Analysis, Gas Analysis, 
Urea testing, Mercurial Pump, and other Philosophical Ap- 
paratus. 

Crouch, Henry; 66, Barbican, London, E.C. 

Microscopes, Objectives, Accessory Apparatus, and General 
Optical Instruments. 

Dallmeyer, John Henry ; Manufacturing Optician and In- 
ventor ; 19, Bloomsbury St., London. 

An eight-foot Astronomical Telescope, mounted on a new form 
of Equatorial Stand, the special features of which are stability, 
universality ( i.e ., suitable for any latitude), and convenience 
for use with or without the spectroscope. The motions and 
clamping in right ascensions and declination, as well as the 
reading of the declination circle, are effected by the observer 
at the eye-end of the telescope, &c. &c. Smaller Astronomical 
Telescopes, equatorially and otherwise mounted. Transit In- 
struments and Spectroscope. Terrestrial Telescopes, Naval, 
Military, Reconnoitring and Tourist Glasses. Microscopes 
of several descriptions, including Object Glasses of the highest 
powers, both Dry and Immersion Lenses. A new double 
combination Portrait Lens. The “ Rapid ” and “ Wide 
Angle ” Rectilinear Lenses. A single combination Lens (a 
cemented triplet) for Landscape Photography. A new double 
combination Objective for the Magic Lantern, specially con- 
structed for the exhibition of Diagrams for Science, Lectures, 
&e. Cameras and apparatus of special design for portraits, 
landscapes, and copying. 


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Darton, F., & Co. ; Scientific Instrument Makers and In- 
ventors ; 72, St. John St., West Smithjield, London. 

Chemical Spectroscopes for use in Laboratories, with single 
prism and double prism. A Microspectroscope. A cheap form 
of self-acting Electric Lamp, with reflector. A Spectrum 
Apparatus with Electric Lantern, in case, for showing spectra 
of metals on a screen. Improved Batteries and Coils for 
medical purposes. Air Pumps, different forms. Aneroid 
Barometers (watch size) with altitude scales for height of 
mountains. 

Dollond & Co. ; Opticians ; 1, Ludgate Hill, London. 
(Agents in Paris, Quinet and Richard, 15, Boulevard 
St. Martin .) 

Astronomical, Naval, and Military Telescopes. Sextants. 
Theodolites, Levels, Barometers, Microscopes, Mathematical 
and other instruments. 

Grubb, Howard, Fellow Koval Astronomical Society ; 
Manufacturing Optician and Inventor ; Astronomical 
Works, Rathmines, Dublin. 

Eight and a half-inch equatorial Telescope of the same general 
form as those supplied to the principal British and German 
Observatories. Large Automatic Spectroscope. Smaller 
Spectroscopic Instruments. Photographs of Instruments 
already completed and in progress. 


Hedley, F. H. ; Inventor ; Marrianengasse, 32, Vienna. 

A Reckoning Machine for performing the four rules of 
arithmetic, viz., addition, subtraction, multiplication, and 
division. 


Horne & Thornthwaite ; Opticians; 416, Strand, London. 

Reflecting Telescope with silvered glass Speculum twelve and 
a half inches in diameter, mounted on a new form of Berthon’s 
equatorial stand of which the special features are, first — the 
double counterpoises ensuring perfect balance in all positions ; 
and secondly — the facility of following celestial objects on and 
near the Pole throughout an entire revolution. Crystals of 
Iodo-Sulphate of Quinine, called Artificial Tourmalines, for use 
with Polarizing Instruments. Set of un-annealed glasses for 
the Polariscope. 


Lege, A., & Co. ; Clock and Scientific Instrument Makers ; 
20, Cross St., Hatton Garden. 

Sir William Thomson’s Universal Tide calculating Machine. 
The components of the tide of a place having been found by 
the method of harmonic analysis, they are reproduced upon the 
Instrument and by means of a chain, one end of which, having 


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an ink bottle affixed to it, describes as the result upon paper a 
curve identical to that which the Tide-Gauge of the place regis- 
ters. Sir Wm. Thomson’s Mareographe or Tide-Gauge, which 
registers the tide with perfect accuracy : the tide is marked upon 
endless paper, the hours are marked automatically, no lines 
being traced beforehand, and the heights according to scale. 

Negretti & Zambra ; Meteorological Instrument Makers 
and Opticians, Inventors ; Holborn Viaduct , 45, 
Cornhill, and 122, Regent St., London. 

Self-recording Meteorological Instruments. Standard Obser- 
vatory, Marine (Government and Admiral Fitzroy’s) Aneroid 
and Life Boat Station Barometers for Marine and Mining pur- 
poses, and for measuring Altitudes. Standard self-registering 
Maximum and Mercurial Minimum (patented) and General 
Thermometers. Hygrometers, wet and dry hulb, DanielTs 
and Regnault’s, Anemometers. Clinical Thermometers. Self- 
recording Thermometer for Deep Sea Soundings and for Atmo- 
spheric purposes (patented). Miller’s pattern deep sea Thermo- 
meter with protected bulb invented by Exhibitors ; Theodolites, 
Levels, Sextants, Microscopes, Drawing Instruments, &c. 
Glass Hydrometer (patent) with strengthening rod to prevent 
breakage. 

Pillischer, Moritz ; Optician. Inventor and Maker of 
Scientific Instruments ; 88, New Bond St., London. 

Microscopes of various improved constructions, with their ac- 
cessory apparatus and appliances. Optical, Mathematical, 
Philosophical, Meteorological, and Surveying Instruments. 
Barometograph for the use of the Royal Commission. (See 
also Class 27.) 

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Ross & Co. ; Manufacturing Opticians, Inventors ; 164, 
New Bond. St., London. 

Microscopes, Telescopes, Photographic Lenses, and Cameras. 

Ross, Thomas, & Co. ; Manufacturing Opticians ; 7, Wigmore 
St., London. 

Astronomical, Military, Naval, and Sporting Telescopes. 

Swift, James ; Manufacturing Optician, Inventor ; 43, 
University St., Tottenham Court Road, London. 

New presentation Binocular Microscope, fitted with every 
known improvement for facilitating manipulation. Novel 
construction of Concentric Stage Microscope in various sizes, 
all the working parts being compensated for wear and tear. 
Travelling Microscope, celebrated for its compactness and 
great steadiness under high magnifying power. New College 
Students’ Microscope on an entirely novel construction, com- 
bining efficiency with reduction of cost. New Universal Sub- 
stage Appliance superseding the use of all accessory understage 
apparatus. Popular Achromatic Condenser, a substitute for 
most general understage apparatus. Novel Microscope Lamp 


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for producing either ordinary or homogeneous light. Novel 
construction of Microspectroscope with comparison spectra. 
Portable Pocket Microscope Lamp. 

Thomas, Antoine E. ; Inventor ; The Butts , Brentford , 
Middlesex. 

An Improved Kaleidoscope, so constructed as to show objects 
by transmitted as well as by reflected light : thus opaque 
substances, such as gold, silver, pearl, &c. may he used as 
well as transparent objects. 

Tisley, S. C., & Co. ; Manufacturing Opticians and Inventors ; 
172, Brompton Road, London. 

Tisley’s Harmonograph for drawing the curves of harmonic 
vibrations, sometimes called Lissajous’ or Meldes curves. 


Class 16. — Maps, and Geographical and Cosmographical 

Apparatus. 

Topographical, geographical, geological, hydrographical, and 
astronomical maps, atlases, &c. 

Physical maps of every kind. Plans in relief. 

Terrestrial and celestial globes and spheres. Statistical works 
and tables. Tables and ephemerides for the use of astronomers 
and sailors. 

Bartholomew, John ; Geographical Establishment ; Cham- 
bers St., Edinburgh. 

Maps, Plans of Towns, School Atlases, engraved and printed 
in colours. 

Johnston, W. & A. K. ; Geographers, Engravers, and 
Printers ; 4, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh, and 18, 
Paternoster Roiv, London. (. Agents in Paris, C. 

Delagrave et Cie., 19, Rue Soufflot.) 

Maps and Educational Illustrations. Atlases of all sizes. 
Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. 

Kips, John Joseph ; 14, Moore St., Brompton, London. 

New Map of the World in two Hemispheres, on a large scale 
(5| feet by 11 feet) corrected to the latest discoveries. The 
margins of the map are occupied by flags of various nations, 
Mercator’s projection and altitudes, comparative heights of 
mountains and lengths of rivers, &c. &c. Adopted in the 
London School Board Schools. 

Leighton, John, F.S.A. ; Artist and Inventor ; 12, Ormonde 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London. 

Maps of London, Paris, and Vienna, hexagonally indexed for 
the use of municipal government Cab fares, and for the general 
recognition of spots, showing the comparative sizes of the 
cities, &c,, &c. 


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Philip, George, & Son; Geographical and Educational 
Publishers ; 32, Fleet St., London. Works, Caxton 
Buildings, South John Street, Liverpool. 

Atlases and Maps for office, library, and general use. Educa- 
tional Maps. Wall Maps for schools. Outline and Blank 
Maps. Betts’ Portable Globe. Geographical Class Books. 
Series of Reading Books and other Educational Text Books. 
Betts’ Educational Games. Dissected Maps, See., &c. 

Stanford, Edward ; Map Publisher ; 55, Charing Cross, 
and 13 and 14, Long Acre, London. 

Library Maps, School Maps, &c. Specimens of Engraving 
and Lithography as applied to Maps. 


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THIRD GROUP. 


FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES 


Class 17. — All Kinds oe Furniture, Cheap and Costly. 

Sideboards, book cases, tables, dressing tables, beds, sofas, 
couches, billiard tables, &c. 

Barnard, Bradly; Manufacturing Upholsterer and Inven- 
tor ; 107, St. Paul's Road , Highbury, London. 

Patent folding Hammock, Bassinettes, with framework of fine 
enamelled and polished woods. Patent Invalid Table. Fold- 
ing Camp Table. Folding Hat and Cloak Stand. 

Bertram & Son; Upholsterers, Cabinetmakers, Carvers, and 
Decorators; 100 and 101, Dean St., Soho, London. 
Chimney Piece and Mirror, after Chippendale. 

Brown Brothers (late William Scott Morton & Co.) ; Art 
Furniture Manufacturers and Designers ; Caledonian 
Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Cabinet Furniture. Decorated Leather Work for walls. 

Capel, Henry ; Art Furniture Manufacturer ; 26, Great 
Litchfield St., London. 

Art Pianoforte, with newly invented sounding cove, specially 
designed by Brightwen Binyon, Esq. (the interior by John 
Brinsmead and Sons). Music Whatnot and Stool to match. 

Garrett, Rhoda & Agnes ; House Decorators and Cabinet 
Makers ; 2, Gower St., Bedford Square, London. 

The Furniture and Fittings of a room. 

Gillow & Co. ; Decorators, Cabinetmakers, and Designers, 
176, Oxford St., London, and at Lancaster. 

The interior Decoration and Furniture for a Mansion built in 
the English style of the early part of the 17th century, the 
principal rooms being : Dining Room, of Black Inlaid Walnut, 
with Tapestries executed at the Royal Windsor Works, and 
representing Eight Scenes from Shakespeare’s Play, “ The Merry- 
Wives of Windsor,” including in the centre of Mantelpiece 
* a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Victoria worked in Tapestry 

by special permission from a painting by Baron von Angeli ; 
Drawing Room, in the “ Adams ” style, the walls of decorated 
satin, with panelled and other enrichments, the furniture being 
of Satinwood, Thuya, and carved Boxwood ; Morning Room, 
of “ Modern English” style in Rosewood, with Japanese panels 
of Lac upon Ivory ; Bedrooms, in the 18th century style, the 
furniture of Mahogany and Satinwood, inlaid, and in the 
modern English style executed in solid Walnut and inlaid Oak. 
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of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, President of the Royal Com- 
missioners, manufactured by Messrs. Gillow at their works, 
London and Lancaster, from the designs of Messrs. H. C. J. 
Henry and J. W. Hay. 

For the list of manufacturers contributing works which have 
been executed from the designs of H. C. J. Henry and J. W. 
Hay, see page xix. 

Green, Charles ; Sculptor, Designer, Modeller, Inventor ; 
2, Bank St., Sheffield. 

Cabinet in Ebony and Bronze, with mahogany internal fittings, 
representing the Four Seasons, the Four Elements, the Twelve 
Signs of the Zodiac and the Globe. A Shakesperian Cabinet 
in Ebony and Bronze, representing the Seven Ages of Man. 
Door Porters, Door Knockers, Inkstands, Paper-weights, &c., 
in Bronze. 

Hems, Harry ; Architectural and Ecclesiastical Sculptor 
and Maker of Church Furniture ; 83, Paris St., 
Exeter. 

A Statue in English Alabaster : subject, Jesus and the Little 
One. A carved English Oak Coffer made entirely from old 
beams which formerly were part of Salisbury Cathedral, Eng- 
land, built A.D. 1216 : the oak is therefore upwards of 660 
years old. The Chest is illustrative of the perpendicular style 
of English Gothic Architecture. 

Holmes, W. M. ; Cabinetmaker, Wood Carver, and 
Designer ; 101, Dean St., Soho, London. 

Mahogany China Cabinet. Carved Wood Glass Frame. 
Carved Wood Bracket. Carved Wood Branches for Wax 
Lights. 

Howard & Sons ; 25, 26, and 27, Berners St., Oxford St., 
and Cleveland Works, Saint Marylebone, London. 
( Agents in Paris, G-reder Henon, 19, Passage 
Saulnier.) 

Fittings' of Room in Old English style, with fireplace and 
stained glass windows. Chimney-piece made by machinery in 
solid wood inlaid by patent process. Patent Parquet Carpet 
of solid wood. Cabinet. Two Tables. Three pieces of Wall 
Furniture. Two Wardrobes, Dressing Table, and Washstand 
made by machinery. 

Jackson & Graham ; Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers ; 30 
to 38, Oxford St., London. 

A Cabinet of Boxwood inlaid with other woods and ivory. A 
Chimney-piece to correspond, with glass over. A Clock and 
pair of Candelabra to correspond. An Ebony and Ivory 
Cabinet. A Sandal Wood Cabinet inlaid with Ivory and Rea 
wood. A high Oak Chimney-piece. Various smaller objects. 
Carpets, Curtain Fabrics, Paper-hangings. 

Jacoby, Julius; Artistic Furniture Manufacturer and 
General Cabinetmaker ; 52, Regent St., London. 

Carved oak Sideboard, Cabinets, Table, Altar Chair, and other 
small objects. 


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Johnstone, Jeanes, & Co.; Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, 
and Decorators ; 67, New Bond Street. Factory , 

Fitzroy Works, Clipstone Street, London. 

An Oak Chimney-piece enriched with brown oak and ebony 
mouldings, in the style of the Renaissance. A Walnut Buffet 
in the Old English style with stamped leather in back. A 
patent circular expanding Dining Table. Two Chairs. A 
Satinwood Cabinet in the Adams style, enriched with inlay, &c. 
A Boudoir Table inlaid. 

Jones, H. Bence ; 9, New Burlington Street, London. 

A Picture Screen. 

Lamb, James ; Cabinetmaker, Upholsterer, and Decorator ; 
16, John Dalton St., Manchester. Works, Castlefield 
Knott Mill, Manchester. 

Decorative Furniture. 

Lascelles, William Henry ; Builder, Manufacturer, In- 
ventor ; 121, Bunhill Row , London. 

Furniture, designed in the “ Old English ” style, principally 
by R. Norman Shaw, Esq., R. A., and decorated by J. A. Heaton. 
Its leading features are simplicity of form, durability of mate- 
rial, and soundness of construction, together with such decorative 
treatment as will best harmonise with the appointments of a well 
furnished house. The floor on which the furniture stands is 
dowelled on a patent principle, by which the boards are con- 
nected with diamond-shaped dowels in a simpler and sounder 
manner than by the ordinary system of straight tongues or 
round dowels ; the wood being punctured by the machine 
during the process of conversion much time is saved in laying, 
and in place of nails screws at intervals are driven into the 
floor with plugs inserted over their heads. (See also Classes 
66 and 85.) 

The London Society for promoting Christianity amongst 
the Jews ; 16, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. 

Model of the Jewish Tabernacle with hangings and furniture. 

Lncraft, G. S., & Son ; Cabinet Manufacturers and Uphol- 
sterers ; 79, City Road, and Tabernacle Row, Lon- 
don. Factory, Park Place, Cowper Street, City Road, 
London. 

Cabinet Furniture : — Chairs, Book Cases, China Shelves, 
Brackets, &c., after designs by De La Fosse, Chippendale, and 
Sheraton. 

McIntosh, Alexander H. ; Manufacturing Upholsterer ; Rose 
St., Kirkcaldy. 

Carved Oak Sideboard. 

Marsh, Jones, & Cribb; Cabinet Manufacturers, Uphol- 
sterers, and Decorators ; Boar Lane, Leeds. 

Richly carved Oak Sideboard, with ebony moulding after the 
Jacobean style with framed panelling and Pilasters forming the 
end of a Dining-room. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 17. 


Mellier, Charles, & Co. ; Upholsterers, Decorators, Cabinet- 
makers. Speciality, Antique Furniture Restorers ; 
48, 49, and 50, Margaret St., Cavendish Square, Lon- 
don. Factory, 57, Wells St., Oxford St., London. 

A pair of Louis XIV. Buhl Cabinets. A Louis XVI. Cabinet 
with brass mounts and centre panel in marqueterie. A 
Walnut-carved Renaissance Cabinet. A Louis XVI. Toilet 
Table, ornamented with lace curtains, and with mirror sup- 
ported by carved wood and gilt figures of cupids. Two panels 
in carved walnut wood, Louis XIV., and one window, Louis 
XIV. style. One Louis XVI. carved and gilt Arm Chair, 
covered in silk. A Walnut-carved Louis XV. “ Chaise Longue,” 
covered in silk. Two Satinwood Tables, painted with flowers, 
“ Adam ” style. 

Pereira, John, & Son ; Cabinetmakers, Inventors ; 16, Wel- 
lington Road, Barnsbury, London. 

The only extending dining table of its kind, so contracted that 
it requires no extra legs to support the centre, that being its 
strongest part, and is quite as strong as those of four legs, 
with the advantage of not having the legs in the way of those 
sitting at the table. 

Phillips, Albert ; Excelsior Works, Rea Street South, Bir- 
mingham. 

Brass Bedsteads. 

Shoolbred, James, & Co. ; Cabinetmakers and Decorators, 
Inventors, Patentees, and Manufacturers of Parquet 
Flooring ; Tottenham House, Tottenham Court Road , 
I^ondon. 

A Block divided into three compartments representing a 
Library in walnut and rosewood with recessed window, wall 
and ceiling decorations, parquet flooring, &c. A Dining 
Room in Oak showing fireplace, sideboard, &c., with wall 
and ceiling decorations and parquet flooring. Bedroom 
Furniture in Teak and inlaid woods, with wall and ceiling 
decorations and parquet flooring. The furniture and deco- 
ration of the interior of a house built by Messrs. Doulton to 
the north of the Royal Commission Offices : the ground floor 
represents a small drawing room in the English style, with 
Satinwood furniture, panelled silk walls, stained glass, &e. 
The first floor represents a business or board room of a high 
class. The whole carried out from the designs of H. W. Batley, 
London. 

Smee, Wm. A. & S. ; Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers ; 
6, Finsbury Pavement, and 34, Little Moorfields, Lon- 
don. Factory, Finsbury Works, Ball's Pond, Middle- 
sex. 

Cabinet Furniture. 

Spiers & Son ; Inventors and Manufacturers ; 102 and 103, 
High Street , and 1, 2, and 3, Oriel Street, Oxford. 
Oxford Cyclopean Washstands. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 17. 


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Stevens & Sons ; Billiard Table Makers ; Villiers St., 
Charing Cross, London; Works, Clapham Junction, 
London. 

Billiard Table and Fittings, adapted to play the French and 
English Game. 

Trollope, George, & Sons; Architectural Decorators, Fur- 
nishers, and Designers ; Malkin St. West, Belgrave 
Square, London. 

Architectural Joinery. Wall Decorations. Furniture. 

Turpin, Marie Fir m in Charles ; Parquet Flooring Manu- 
facturer and Wood Carver ; 22, Queen's Road, and 
Salem Gardens, Bayswater, London. 

Parquet Flooring for the decoration of floors. Wood Carvings, 
Plain and Carved Panellings for furniture and wall decoration. 

Walker, Vm., & Sons; Cabinet Manufacturers; 119, 
Bunhill Roto, London. 

Sideboard, Side-table, and two chairs, Anglo-Moorish style, 
made of English Brown Oak, relieved with Pear and Ebony, 
designed by R. Davey. 

Watt, William; Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer; 21, 
Grafton Street, Gower Street, London. 

Drawing Room Furniture. The Butterfly Cabinet and Fire- 
place, sofa, centre table, music bookcase, coffee table, and two 
chairs, designed by E. W. Godwin, Esq., F.S.A. Decorations 
in yellow and gold designed and painted by J. A. McY. 
Whistler, Esq. 

Waugh & Son ; Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, and Carpet 
Manufacturers ; 3 and 4, Goodge St., and 65 and 66, 
Tottenham Court Road, London. 

An Oak Sideboard, with carved panels and mouldings, style 
early Italian ; and a stuffed Back and Seat Chair en suite (see 
also Class 21). 

Whitburn & Young ; Xylographic Manufacturers and De- 
corators ; Milford, near Godaiming, Surrey, and 4, 
Ludgate Circus Buildings, London. 

Artistic decoration on wood by a novel process, invented and 
patented under the title ‘‘Xylography,'’ by Thomas Whitburn, 
in 1873, comprising Friezes, Panels, Dados, Ciiimney Pieces, 
Doors, and other decorative adjuncts. The process is also 
suitable for the ornamentation of Furniture. 

Winfield, R. W., & Co.; Manufacturers and Inventors; 
Cambridge St. Works and Rolling Mills, Birmingham. 

Brass and Copper Tubes for use in various manufacturing 
processes : Steam Shipbuilding, Locomotives, Condensing 
Apparatus. Fancy and Ornamental Tubes as used by Brass 
Founders, Gas Chandelier-makers and others. Brass Sheets, 
Wire for Pins, Screws, and Rivets. Copper Wire for Tele- 
graphs, Cables, and other uses. Copper Sheets. Tin and 
Iron Tube. Gas Chandeliers. Pendants. Lamps. Brackets. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 18. 


Pillars. Standards. Gas Fittings and Gas Apparatus of 
various kinds for heating and lighting. Metallic Bedsteads. 
Cots, Chairs, Couches, and Metallic Furniture generally. 
Ships’ Cots and Invalid Cots for marine use. General Brass 
goods for Builders, Contractors, Flouse furnishing and deco- 
ration. Spirit Varnishes. Mediaeval and Ecclesiastical Metal 
Work in wrought brass, copper, and iron. 


Class 18. — Upholsterers’ and Decorators’ Work. 

Bed furniture, stuffed chairs, canopies, curtains, tapestry, and 
other hangings. 

Decorative furniture made of costly stones and substances. 
Composition ornaments and objects moulded in plaster, carton- 
pierre, papier-mache, &c. Frames. Paintings and decorations 
for churches. 

Cairns, Peter ; Carver and Designer ; 4, Livingston Place , 
Portolello near Edinburgh. 

A Fountain, carved in box-wood, with sculptured groups re- 
presenting classical subjects. 

Camm Bros. ; Artists in Stained Glass and Decorators ; 
41, Frederick St., Birmingham, and High St., Smeth- 
wick, near Birmingham. 

A Majolica Panel, subject, the Signing’ of Magna Charta, 
designed by T. W. Camm. A Majolica Panel, subject. Preach- 
ing of St. Augustine, designed by P. H. Newman. Designs 
for decoration of Drawing, Dining, and Billiard Rooms, Boudoir, 
Hall, and Staircase of a Mansion. (See also Class 1.9.) 

Collmson & Lock ; Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers ; 109, 
Fleet St., London. Works, Pear Tree Court , Clerk- 
enwell, London. 

Art Cabinet Furniture. Upholsterer’s Work ; Decorator’s 
Work ; Textile Fabrics for Furniture. ( See also Class 66.) 

Cooper, H. & J. ; Upholsterers, Cabinetmakers, Decorators, 
and Designers ; 8 and 9, Great Pulteney St., Golden 
Square. Works, Princes St., Soho, London. 

A Cabinet in Rosewood, the subject, panels painted in oil by 
Lewis F. Day, illustrative of Tennyson’s “ Princess.” Chair 
in ebonized wood, covered in velvet. Lamp Stand or Table in 
black walnut. A Small Chair in ebonized wood after Ashantee 
model. A Pair of Curtains of olive silk velvet with hand em- 
broidery in silk. Wall Tapestry of silk and wool. Dado 
Panelling in black walnut. Framing for Frieze of Room, with 
painting on linoleum. 

Ebbutt, Alfred C. ; Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer ; oppo- 
site the Town Hall, Croydon, Surrey. 

Specimens of Cabinet Furniture and Upholstery. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 18. 


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Foley, Arthur ; Cabinet Manufacturer and Inventor ; Fisher- 
ton Machine Cabinet Works, Salisbury. 

Old English ebonized Wing Wardrobe, with original deco- 
rative process ; a portion of a bedroon suite (No. 21.) Patent 
Combined Bureau Secretary Bookcase in light oak, with Ilex 
wood in panel; designated “ Collegian.” Patent Combined 
Cheffionere Secretary Bookcase, with gun case at the end in 
walnut wood, with “ Yacca ” wood panels ; designated “ Yeo- 
man.” Patent Cabinet Secretary, in satinwood and holly. The 
Salisbury Patent Desk. 

Gregory & Co. Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers ; 212 and 
214, Regent St., London. Works, Dufour's Place, 
Broad St., Golden Square, London. 

Cabinet Furniture for Drawing-room, with wood Mantelpiece 
and Decoration over. 

Hall, Thomas ; House Decorator and Designer ; 8, George 
St., Edinburgh. 

Specimen of Interior Decoration of a Dining Room in the 
time or period of Queen Marie Stuart, consisting of De- 
corated Wall Panelling of Oak. A centre Buffet and two 
Chairs of Oak. Frieze of painted cloth. 

Heaton, John Aldam ; Artist- Decorator and Inventor ; 
29, Bloomsbury Square, London , and of Bradford, 
Yorkshire. 

Decorative Panelling for the Walls of a Room, or other like 
purpose. The special character of this decoration is produced 
by being put upon a raised surface of composition or “ gesso,” 
which is afterwards gilded and painted in transparent oil 
colours. (Exhibits also in Class 36.) 

Holland & Sons ; Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, and Deco- 
rators ; 23, Mount St., Grosvenor Square, London. 
Factories Ranelagh Works, Ebury Street, and Gil- 
lingham Street, Pimlico, London. 

Furniture and accessories for a Bedroom, executed in Satin- 
wood and richly ornamented after designs by Adams. 

Jackson, George, & Sons ; Carton Pierre, Papier Mache, and 
Fibrous Plaster Manufacturers and Designers ; 49, 
Rathbone Place, London. 

Wall and Ceiling Decorations in Carton Pierre and Papier 
Mache. Decorative Furniture in Carton Pierre and Papier 
Mache. Carton Pierre Decorations for Walls and Ceilings of 
Rooms for the Royal Commission. 

Jeffrey & Co.; Paper Stainers; 64, Essex Road, Islington , 
London. 

Screen, mounted with Specimens of Embossed Imitation 
Leather, embossed and painted. (See also Class 22.) 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 18. 


Jeffreys, Charles ; Show Case Manufacturer and Inventor ; 
103, Hatton Garden , London ; Works, Robin Hood 
Yard, Leather Lane, Holborn, London. 

Air-tight Plate Glass Show Cases made on improved prin- 
ciples. Watchmakers’ and Jewellers’ bronzed Window Fittings. 
Stands for the display of Jewellery, Works of Art, &c. Plate 
Glass Show Stands with bevelled and polished edges. 

Newman, Mrs. Charlotte; Designer; 329, Euston Road, 
London. 

Two Decorative Panels for Furniture, designed and painted by 
Charlotte Newman. 

Ogden, Henry, & Son ; Manufacturers of Artistic Furniture ; 
126, Deans gate, Manchester. 

Rosewood Cabinet. Inlaid Satinwood Pianoforte. 

Oppenheim, William ; 75, Newman St., Oxford St., London. 
(. Agent in Paris, H. Hermann, 21, Rue de V Echiquier.') 
An Ebony Cabinet, enriched with Painted Dresden China 
Plaques, set in Chased Ormolu Mounts. 

The Patent Show Tablet Co. ; Show Tablet Manufacturers 
and Inventors ; Charlotte Street, Shoreditch, London. 
Show Tablets. 

Peyton & Peyton ; Metallic Bedstead Manufacturers ; Bor- 
desley Works, Birmingham. 

Metallic Bedsteads, viz., Iron, japanned and decorated ; Iron 
and brass combined ; Brass only. 

Pitman & Cuthbertson; Church and House Decorators; 
30 and 31, Newgate St., London. 

Door and Wall Decoration. Two “London Painted Tapestry ” 
Curtains in encaustic colours. Two occasional Chairs and 
Table. (See also Class 19.) 

Powell, James, & Sons ; Glass Manufacturers ; White 
Friars Glass Works, London. 

Stained and painted Glass Mosaic for Walls. Mosaic for Pave- 
ments. Painting in “ Opus Sectile ” or Opaque Glass for Wall 
Decoration. ( See also Class 19.) 

Rogers, George Alfred; Wood Carver and Designer; 29, 
Maddox St., Regent St., London. 

Carved Wood Chimney-piece ; brackets, frames, &c., chiefly 
after the manner of Grinling Gibbons. 

Sage, Frederick ; Shop-front Builder, Maker, and Designer ; 
80 to 84, Grafs Inn Road, London. 

Elegant Show Cases made of hard woods, with light frames 
and air-tight opening doors, glazed with plate-glass and fitted 
with glass shelves. Over one hundred have been supplied to 
exhibitors in the British Section. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 18. 


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Simpson, W. B., & Sons ; Decorators, Art Tile Painters, 
Stained Glass Painters, and Mosaic Workers ; 100, St. 
Martin s Lane , London. 

Decorative Chimney-piece. Art Tile-Frieze, and Panels. 
Painted Tapestry and Wall Papers. 

"Ward, John ; Manufacturer and Inventor of Invalid Chairs 
and Carriages ; Savi/le House, 5 and 6, Leicester 
Square, London. 

Self-acting and Recumbent Chairs for in-door use. (See ulso 
Class 62.) 

Westlake, N. H. J., F.S.A. ; Goodyears, Hendon, near 
London. 

An Altarpiece; subject, “The Resurrection.” Ecclesiastical 
Decoration. 

Williams, G. A., & Son ; Inventors and Manufacturers of 
Window Blinds ; 21, Queen’s Hoad, Bayswatcr, 

London. 

Outside Sun -blinds and Inside Blinds of various descriptions, 
combining originality of design, superiority of workmanship, 
economy, and simplicity. 


Class 19. — Crystal, Glass, and Stained Glass. 

Drinking glasses of crystal, cut glass, plated and mounted 
crystal, &c. Table glass. Common glass, and bottles. 

Window and mirror glass. Cast, enamelled, crackled, frosted, 
and tempered glass. 

Glass, crystals for optical purposes, ornamental glass, &c. 
Stained glass. Mirrors, looking glasses, &c. 

The Aire and Calder Glass Bottle Co. (Edgar Breffit & Co.) ; 

Glass Bottle Manufacturers, Patent Machine-made 
Case Makers, and Inventors j 83, Upper Thames St., 
London ; Works, Castleford, Yorkshire. 

Glass Bottles of various shapes and colours 'with and without 
patent stoppers. Patent Aerated Water Bottles. Corks made by 
patent machinery. Edwards’ Patent Cap and Valve Stoppered 
Aerated Water Bottles. Patent Machine-made Packing Cases. 
Stocker’s Patent Capped Pomades, Sprinklers, Feeding Bottles, 
&c. 

The Aurora Glass Company ; Manufacturers, Patentees, 
and Inventors ; 21, Litchfield Street, Soho, London. 
Reproductions of ancient Egyptian, Phoenician, Roman, and 
Venetian Objects of Art in Glass. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 19. 


Bagley, Wild, & Co. ; Glass Bottle Manufacturers ; Great 
Northern Railway Goods Depot , King's Cross, Lon- 
don, Knottingley Glass Works, Knottingley, York- 
shire, and at Glasgow, Scotland. 

Bottles of various colours, shapes, and sizes, combination, 
stoppered, ground stoppered, &c. 

Carnm Bros. ; Artists in Stained Glass, and Decorators ; 
41, Frederick Street, Birmingham, and High Street, 
Smethwick, near Birmingham. 

Stained Glass Windows : — Ecclesiastical subjects, “ The 
Bridegroom and the Wise and Foolish Virgins.” Renaissance 
Window, subject, “ Our Lord blessing little children.” Hall 
or Staircase Windows: — Subjects, “Midsummer Night’s 
Dream,” and “ Arthurian Legends,” all designed by T. W. 
Camm. An upper or Transom-Light Window, subject, “ The 
Seasons,” and two Curtain Lights, subjects, “ Music, 

“ Archery,” and “ Falconry.” Door panel, subject “ The Lord 
of Burleigh.” 

Constable, William Henry ; Artist ; Stained Glass Works, 
The Avenue, Cambridge. 

Stained Glass Windows with Scripture subjects. 

Fonracre (J. T.) & Watson ; Glass Painters and Designers 
Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon. 

Example of Stained Glass, for domestic purposes. 

Green, James, & Hephew; Glass Manufacturers and De- 
signers ; 107, Queen Victoria St., London. Works, 
Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, London. 

Glass Ware of all kinds, both useful and ornamental. Table 
Glass, Glass Flower Stands, Chandeliers, Wall Lights and 
Decorations, Lustre Candlesticks, and Ormolu mounted Glass 
of all kinds. Terra Cotta made by the Torquay Terra-Cotta 
Co. 

Hardman, John, & Co. ; Mediaeval Metal Workers and 
Stained Glass Painters; Newhall Ilill, Birmingham, 
and 13, King William, Street, Strand, London. 

Two Stained Glass Windows, of four lights each, style of XV. 
century English Architecture ; subjects, the raising of the 
Widow’s Son, SC Luke vii., 11 to 16. The Woman of Samaria 
at the Well, St. John iv. 9. (See also Class 25.) 

Hodgetts, Richardson, & Son ; Flint Glass Manufacturers 
and Inventors ; Wordsley Flint Glass Works, Stour- 
bridge, Worcestershire. 

“Sculptured Glass,” being basso-relievo subjects carved in 
white glass on a coloured background, comprising amongst 
others the following : — A large Vase, subject, “ Hercules re- 
storing Alcestes to her husband.” A pair of two-handled 
Vases, subjects “Venus.” A pair of small Jars, subjects 
“ Cupids and Panthers.” A pair of two-handled vases, sub- 
jects, “Happy and Unhappy Childhood.” A large Vase, 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 19. 


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“ Raising of Bacchus.” A small Vase, “ Innocence.” A large 
two-handled Vase, a correct copy of the Portland Vase in the 
British Museum. “ Patent Threaded Glass,” consisting of 
Flower Vases, Jugs, &c., threaded with coloured rings on 
various coloured grounds. “ Renaissance Dessert Service,” 
consisting of tinted glass with various patterns. Stands for 
flowers, and specimens of ah kinds of table glass. 

Holt, Frank: ; Glass Stainer and Decorator ; St. John's, 
Warwick. 

Stained Glass Windows. (See also Class 11.) 

Te n Ivin s on, Alexander ; Glass Manufacturer and Inventor ; 
10, Prince's St., Edinburgh. 

Coloured Glass, after the old Venetian style; also cut and en- 
graved Flint Glass, and Iridescent Glass. 

Kilner Brothers ; Glass Bottle Manufacturers ; Great 
Northern Goods Station, King's Cross, London ; 
Works, Thornhill Lees, near Dewsbury, and Conis- 
boro’, near Rotherham, Yorkshire. 

Glass Bottles of various shapes, sizes, and colours, and other 
articles in glass. 

Lavers, Barraud, & Westlake; Artists in Painted Windows, 
Ac. ; Endell St., Bloomsbury. 

Two Grisaille Windows, representing the “ Deposition from 
the Cross ” and the “ Entombment,” to be placed in the crypt 
of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, from Cartoons, by N. H. J. 
Westlake, F.S.A. Three-light Window, “Adoration of the 
Lamb,” replica of one erected at St. Chad’s, Manchester. 
Cartoon by N. H. J. Westlake. Domestic work, for Hall of 
Sir H. Peek’s mansion, subject “The Armada.” Cartoon by 
W. C. Symons. 

Millar, John, & Co. ; Artists and Decorators on China and 
Glass ; 2, South St. Andrew St., Edinburgh, and 22, 
Buchanan St., Glasgow. 

Cut and engraved Table Crystal Glass of Edinburgh work- 
manship. Tea and Dessert Ware, &c., painted and decorated. 

Osier, F. & C. ; Manufacturers of Crystal Glass Chandeliers, 
Table and Ornamental Glass, &c. ; 45, Oxford St., 
Londoji, and Broad St., Birmingham. 

Various articles in Crystal Glass. 

Pitman & Cuthbertson ; Church and House Decorators; 
30 and ?>\, Newgate St., London. 

Stained Glass Window, designed for an Entrance Hall, (See 
also Class 18.) 

Powell, James, & Sons ; Glass Manufacturers ; White Friars 
Glass Works , London. 

Table Glass, Fancy Glass. Chandeliers, Wall Lights, Mirrors. 
Sheet Glass. Chemical Glass. Stained and painted Glass. 
(See also Class 18.) 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 19. 


Simpson, W. B., & Sons ; Decorators, Art-tile Painters, 
and Glass Painters; St. Martin’s Works, 100, St. 
Martin’s Lane , London. 

Examples of domestic Stained Glass. 

Taylor, William George ; Artist in Painted Glass ; 4, 
Berners St., Oxford St., London. 

Painted Glass : Four Panels, representing the Four Seasons. 
One Panel of Fruit and Birds. Two Panels of Dogs, 
“ Suspense ” and “The Sleeping Bloodhound,” after Landseer. 
Church Window, subject, “ The Madonna and Child,” exe- 
cuted in Mediaeval Style. Church Window, subjects, “The 
Nativity,” and “ Christ blessing Children,” executed in the 
Mosaic Enamel Style. 

Ward & Hughes ; Glass Painters ; 67, Frith St., Soho, 
London. 

A four-light Painted Glass Church Window (memorial of the 
Scott family, for Braybourne Church, Kent). 

Webb, Thomas, & Sons ; Glass Manufacturers and Patentees 
of Alassontes and Iridescent Glass ; Stourbridge, and 
Charterhouse St., Holborn Circus, London. 

General assortment of all kinds of table crystal glass, coloured 
and decorated vases and fancy goods, including works of art 
and a variety of specialities; also chandeliers, jardinieres, giron- 
doles, and new patented Iridescent Glass, &c., &c. 


Class 20. — Pottery. 

Biscuit ware, hard and soft paste porcelains. 

Pine earthenware with coloured glazing, &c. Earthenware 
biscuit. Terra-cotta. Enamelled lava. Bricks and tiles. Stone- 
ware. 


Adams & Bromley ; Manufacturers ; Victoria Works, Broad 
St., Hanley , Staffordshire. 

Jasper, Majolica, and Engraved Rockingham Ware : — Foun- 
tains, Large Lion, Flower-pots, Vases, Jugs, Bread Trays, 
Cheese Trays, Spittoons, Sardines, Match Stands, Dessert 
Ware, Flat Candlesticks, Tea Ware, Tete-a-Tete Sets, Flower 
Baskets, Fruit Dishes, Tripods, oval and square Jardinieres, 
Garden Seats, Inkstands, Brackets, Butters, Small Ornaments, 
Egg Stands, Flower Troughs. 

Allerton, Charles, & Son3 ; China and Earthenware Manu- 
facturers; Park Works, Longton, Staffordshire. 
( Agents in Paris, The Paris Earthenware, fyc. Co., 
Limited, 40 and 42, Rue de Paradis Pois sonnier e.) 

All sorts of Earthenware China, consisting of sanitary, dinner, 
tea, and toilet ware. Suspensions of all kinds. Lustre ware 
of all kinds. 


CATALOGUE.— CLASS 20. 


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Bailey, W. & J. A. ; Earthenware and Glass Manufacturers; 
Alloa , Scotla?id. 

Earthenware Rockingham Teapots, Coffee-pots, and Filters ; 
Caneware, Tortoise (or Majolica) Ware. Cut and engraved 
and pressed Table Glass, Gas Globes. 

Bates, Walker, & Co. ; Earthenware Manufacturers ; Dale 
Hall , Burslem , Staffordshire. 

Dinner, Dessert, Toilet, Tea, and Breakfast Ware ; Sanitary 
Ware, Jugs, Teapots, and Kettles, Sign Boards, Letters, Porce- 
lain Weights, Thermometer Scales, Goods for druggists, per- 
fumers, photographers, ironmongers, stationers, &c., and for 
artists’ use : Punch Bowls, Spirit Barrels, Garden Ware, Jet 
and Terra-Cotta Vases, &c., variously decorated with coloured 
dips, &c. ; Patent Teapots, Kettles, Jugs, &c., showing the 
simplicity of the invention of our “automatic self-locking, self- 
adjusting covers,” as applied to these articles; “Indestructible 
Ware,” very hard and vitreous, for ship and hotel use. 

The Brownhills Pottery Company ; Earthenware and China 
Manufacturers ; Brownlnlls Works , Tunstall, Stafford- 
shire. 

Dinner and Dessert, Tea and Toilet Ware ; printed, enamelled, 
painted, and gilded Vases and Ornamental Goods ; black glazed 
ware ; Floor and Roof Tiles, Ridge Tiles, &c. 

Brown- Westhead (T. C.), Moore, & Co. ; Manufacturers of 
China and Earthenware ; Cauldon Place , Stafford- 
shire Potteries, and Royal Victoria Works, Hanley. 
China and fine Earthenware in every variety of Table, Dessert, 
Tea, and Toilet Ware ; Ornamental Goods in China, Parian, 
and Majolica ; Sanitary Goods in great variety ; Tiles, plain 
and ornamental, for floors, borders, mural decorations, flower 
boxes, names of streets, railway stations, &c. 

The Campbell Brick and Tile Company ; Manufacturers of 
Encaustic, Geometrical, and Majolica Tiles ; Sloke- 
upon-Trent. 

Encaustic and Geometrical Tiles for pavements of public 
edifices and private buildings. Glazed Encaustic Tiles for 
hearths and fire-places ; Glazed Earthenware Tiles and 
Majolica Tiles for mural decorations ; slabs of the above kinds 
of Tiles to show their application ; Tesserae and Slabs of Mosaic 
made from same ; Building Bricks, Ridges, Roofing Tiles, &c. 
(Exhibited in Messrs. Minton’s space.) 

Copeland, W. T., & Sons; Manufacturers of Porcelain, &c., 
and Inventors; 160, New Bond St., London. Works, 
Stoke-upon- Trent, Staffordshire. 

Art Productions in Porcelain, Ceramic Statuary, &c. 

Craven, DunniU, & Co., Limited ; Encaustic, Geometrical 
and Majolica Tile Manufacturers; Jackfield Works, 
near Ironbridge, Shropshire. ( Agents in Paris, 
Couissinier fy Cie, 148, Faubourg St Denis.) 

Encaustic and Geometrical Flooring Tiles for Churches, 
Conservatories, Vestibules, Halls, Corridors, &c. ; Majolica and 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 20. 


Glazed Tiles for hearths, fireplaces ; Dados and ornamentation 
of interior and exterior walls of Buildings ; Printed and Painted 
Art Tiles for Furniture, Grates and Pilasters; Enamelled Tiles 
for walls of Baths, Kitchens, Stables, &c. The two Fireplaces, 
completely fitted to exhibit Tiles, are made by the Coalbrook- 
dale Company. 

Daniell, A. B., & Son ; Manufacturers of and Designers in 
China, Earthenware, and Table Glass ; 46, Wigmore 
St., London. 

Table Services of every description. Toilet Services. Orna- 
mental China, and Objects of Art in ceramic manufacture. 
Majolica and Earthenware of every description. Table Glass, 
engraved, cut, and plain. 

Doulton & Co. ; Potters ; High St., Lambeth , London. 
{Paris, 6, Hue de Paradis Poissonniere .) 

Fountain, in Doulton Ware, about six feet high, and six feet in 
diameter, in spiral form, representing 22 different Scripture 
subjects all relating to water, to be placed in the garden of 
H.R.B. the Prince of Wales’ pavilion. Designed by George 
Tinworth, and executed by him at Exhibitors’ manufactory. 
Large Centre Panel in terra-cotta, decorated with Doulton 
Ware, representing the Descent from the Cross. Four Side 
Panels in terra-cotta decorated with Doulton Ware, represent- 
ing “ The Infant Saviour in the arms of Simeon,” “ Geth- 
semane,” “The Walk from Emmaus,” “The Resurrection.” 
Several Sculptured Heads from the antique in terra-cotta, set in 
Doulton Ware. The panels and heads are exhibited on the 
wall opposite the pavilion of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 
President of the Royal Commission. ( See also Class 66.) 

Doulton & Watts ; Potters ; Lambeth Pottery, London. 
[Paris, 6, Rue de Paradis Poissonniere .) 

Fine Art Stoneware (called also Doulton Ware). ( See also 
Class 66.) 

Doulton, Henry, & Co. ; Potters ; High St., Lambeth, Lon- 
don ; Works, Smethwick and Rotvley Regis, Stafford- 
shire ; St. Helen’s, Lancashire. {Paris, 6, Rue de 
Paradis Poissonniere.) 

Terra-Cotta applied to fine art. Lambeth Faience. ( See also 
Class 66.) 

Edwards, John; White Granite Manufacturer; King St., 
Fenton, Staffordshire. 

White Granite Tea, Dinner, Toilet, and Jug Services, white 
and ornamented. Semi-porcelain Tea, Dinner, Toilet, and 
Jug Services, white and ornamented. 

Gardner, John, & Sons ; Lamp Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
453 and 454, Strand; 3 and 4, Duncannon Street, 
Strand, London. 

Earthenware, artistic blue printed Table Ware. Filters in 
English Wedgwood, Faience and Gres, on Major Crease’s 
principle. (Exhibit also in Classes 27 and 36.) 


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Goode, Thomas, & Co.; Depot for Minton’s China; 19, 
South Audley St., London. 

Etchings on China by Mr. William Goode. Porcelain and 
Majolica by Minton. 

Green, James, and Hephew ; Glass Manufacturers and De- 
signers ; 107, Queen Victoria St., London. Works, 
Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, London. 

The terra-cotta productions of the “Torquay Terra-Cotta Co.” 
(Exhibited in Class 19.) 

Hope & Carter ; Earthenware Manufacturers ; Fountain 
Place, Burslern, Staffordshire. 

Table, Tea, Dessert, and Toilet Ware, in earthenware, both 
decorated and plain. Vases, Teapots, and Jugs in Earthenware, 
decorated both in white and jet. 

Howell, James, 8c Co. ; Inventors and Producers ; o, 7, 9, 
and 11, Regent St., and 10, Charles St., St. James's 
Square, London. ( Agents in Paris, Bossange and 
Ballande, 15, Rue Paul-Lelong.) 

A series of Clocks and other objects in the early English, 
Queen Anne, and Jacobean styles, inlaid with panels and 
plaques of Faience, &c., showing the application of ceramic art 
for decorative purposes. Selected specimens of Art Pottery. 
A collection of original Paintings on China and Faience by 
artists and amateurs. (See also Class 36.) 

Leprince, Louis Aime Augustin : Painter and Designer on 
Enamel and China, &c. ; Leeds School of China 
Painting, 33, Park Square, Leeds. 

Paintings on Enamel, China-ware, & c. ; Vases, Dishes, Slabs, 
Tiles, &c., painted, enamelled, and gilded in various styles ; also 
Miniatures, &c. on enamel. 

Maw & Co. ; Manufacturers of Encaustic and other Tiles ; 
Benthall Works, Broseley, Shropshire. 

Encaustic Tiles, Geometrical Mosaics, Pictorial Mosaics, and 
Roman Mosaics, for pavements, hearths, &c., &c. ; enamelled 
and glazed Tiles, plain and decorated, for wall lining, fire-places, 
baths, &c. Hand-painted Art Tiles, and large Slabs and 
Plaques, for fireplace splays, and inlaying in wood and stone 
work. Architectural Majolica for pilasters, string courses, 
chimney-pieces, and fenders. A Collection of Tiles, Tazzas, 
&c. in lustre, being a reproduction of the mediseval art. Terra- 
Cotta Plant Markers, &c., &c. 

Hintons ; Inventors and Manufacturers of Tiles and Pot- 
tery ; China Works, Stoke-upon- Trent, and 28, Wal- 
hrook, Mansion House, London. 

Vases, Ornaments, Dinner, Dessert, Tea, Breakfast, and Toilet 
Sendees, in white, painted, and enamelled earthenware. Porce- 
lain Pate-sur-pate, white and coloured parian. Majolica and 
Palissy, Indian Ware, Faience d’Orion (Henry II. j, Persian 
Ware. White, printed, enamelled, and hand-painted Art Tiles 
and Mosaics. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 20 . 


Minton, Hollins, & Co. ; Inventors and Manufacturers ; Pa- 
tent Tile Works, Stoke-up on- Trent. 

Encaustic Tiles, glazed and unglazed. Plain Tiles, glazed and 
unglazed. Embossed Majolica Tiles. Art-painted and ena- 
melled Tiles. Ceramic Mosaic. 

Pinder, Botirne, & Co. ; Earthenware Manufacturers, In- 
ventors; Nile St. Works, Burslem, Staffordshire. 
Vases, Jars, Plaques. Dinner, Dessert, Tea, and Toilet Services. 
Sanitaryware, such as Table Tops with Basins, Plug Basins, 
&c. 

Tlie Royal Porcelain Works Company; Manufacturers and 
Inventors (R. W. Binns, F.S.A., Managing Director) ; 
Worcester. 

Specimens of Porcelain in Vases and Services. Specimens of 
Ivory Porcelain in Vases, Statuary, and Services. Specimens 
of vitreous Crown Ware for Services. Specimens of Decorative 
Objects in Japanese taste. Specimens of Jewelled Porcelain. 
Specimen of Worcester Enamels on Porcelain. 

Stiff, James, & Sons ; Stoneware and Terra-Cotta Manufac- 
turers ; Inventors ; London Pottery, High St., Lam- 
beth, London. 

Collection of Vases, J ugs. Water Filters, &c., in the new deco- 
rated Lambeth Ware, only once fired, etched, coloured, and 
glazed on the unburnt clay. Specimens of brown and white 
Stoneware Bottles, Jars, &c., specially hard body and brilliant 
glaze, intensely vitrified. ( See also Class 66.) 

The Torquay Terra-Cotta Co., Limited ; Manufacturers ; 
Hole Cross Pottery, Torquay. 

Statuettes of classical, historical, and original design. Vases 
with enamel decoration, over and under glaze. Plaques painted 
in enamel. Jugs, Water Bottles, Flower-pots, &c. 

Wedgwood, Josiah, & Sons ; Potters ; Etruria, Stoke-upon- 
Trent, Staffordshire, and St. Andrew's Buildings, 
Holborn Circus, London. 

The Portland Vase, facsimile of the original, by Wedgwood. 
A Cabinet, decorated with jasper plaques, illustrative of Chaucer, 
Shakespeare, and Milton, modelled and designed by C. Toft. 
Jasper Vases and Plaques, new bas-relief, new models, designs, 
and finish. A Chimney Piece and panelled superstructure, 
decorated with plaques and vases, painted under glaze on coloured 
bodies by T. Allen and other painters. A pair of large Greek 
Vases, brown body, painted under glaze. Painted by Allen : 
A pair of China Renaissance Vases, subjects from Milton; 
two large Swan Vases, earthenware, painted in blue under glaze, 
subjects, “ Triumph of Flora ’’and “Samson;” pair of Vases 
subjects from the Odyssey; pair of Greek Vases, painted in 
colour under glaze, subjects, Orpheus and Eurydice ; pah Ren- 
aissance Vases, same style. Nymphs and Amorini ; pair of 
Greek Vases, imitation Red Granite Vigornian Ware, an appli- 
cation of glass engraving to Pottery. Various Vases and 
Plateaux, painted with flowers, figures, and landscapes by 
various painters. 


CATALOGUE.— CLASS 21 . 


89 


Class 21 . — Carpets, Tapestry, and other Stuffs for 

Furniture. 

Carpets, moquettes, tapestry, terry and velvet pile, &c. Felt 
carpets, matting, &c. India-rubber floorcloth, &c. 

Furniture stuffs of cotton, wool, or silk, plain or figured. Horse- 
hair fabrics and leather cloths, moleskins, &c. Leather for 
hangings, for covering furniture, &c. Oilcloths. 

The Boulinikon Floor-cloth and Manufacturing Company, 
Limited ; Patent Floor-cloth Manufacturers ; Worsley 
St., Salford, Manchester. 

Boulinikon or Buffalo Hide Floor-cloth is a thick and soft, 
hut very solid fabric, composed of animal and vegetable sub- 
stances, hair and wool, including the skins of buffaloes reduced 
to the condition of fibre, only saturated with colour mixed 
with a vegetable oxide upon which the patterns are printed 
with blocks. The result is a material elastic and warm to the 
tread, impervious to damp, and almost incombustible. 

Brinton, John, & Co.; Carpet Manufacturers; Kidder- 
minster ; and Monkwell St., London. 

Super Wilton Velvet Pile Carpets in Indian, Persian, self- 
colours and Jewel styles. Best Tapestry Carpets. 

Butchart, Lindsay, & Co.; Manufacturers of Linen, Hemp, 
and Jute Cloths; Dundee TJnen Works, Dundee. 

Jute Carpeting. Manilla Hemp Matting. Jute Sacking. 

Cooke, Sons, & Co.; Carpet Manufacturers; 12, Friday St., 
London, Liversedge, Yorkshire, and Hadleigh, Sttf- 
folk. ( Agent in Paris, F. Vincent, 28, Rue du Sender .) 
Wilton, Brussels, Tapestry, and Felt Carpets, Rugs, &c. 

Corbiere, Son, & Brindle ; 30, Cannon Street, and 88, Queen 
Victoria Street, London. Paris, 27, Rue des Jeuneurs. 
Tapestry Curtains in the Fine Art Galleries of the British 
Section, 

The Corticine Floor Covering Company ; Manufacturers of 
Floor-cloth and Inventors; 112, Queen Victoria St., 
London , and Ponders End near London. 

A Floor-cloth made of a combination of oil and cork rolled 
upon canvas, and forming a warm, soft, noiseless material, 
thoroughly damp-proof and unaffected by temperature. 

Grimond, J. & A. D. ; Boic Bridge Works, Dundee. 

Brussels, Tapestry, Dutch, and Twilled Carpetings, manu- 
factured from Jute. 

Hare, John, & Co. ; Floor-Cloth, Canvas and Colour Manu- 
facturers ; Temple Gate, Bristol. 

Two Pieces of Floor-cloth, all the materials of which are made 
by the firm, from spinning the hemp and flax to weaving the 
canvas and making all the colours used in its manufacture. 


90 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 21. 


Henderson & Co. ; Carpet Manufacturers, Inventors ; Dur- 
ham. 

One Durham Axminster Carpet woven by power in patent 
loom. One Royal Wilton Carpet, woven by power. 

Holme, George ; Merchant and Importer ; 37, Booth St., 
Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Hand-made Carpets from India, Persia and Turkestan. 
Oriental hand-woven and embroidered Curtains, Table Covers, 
and fabrics for upholstery. Exhibited in Indian section. (See 
also Class 34.) 

Lapworth Er others ; Carpet Manufacturers ; 22, Old Bond 
St., London. 

Real Indian and Cashmere Carpets. 

Linoleum Manufacturing Company, Limited; (F. Walton’s 
Patent); 144, Queen Victoria Street, City, London. 
Works, Staines, Middlesex. ( Agent in Paris, E. 

Joussen, 21, Boulevard Haussmann .) 

Linoleum Floor-cloths consisting of body cloths, passage and 
stair cloths, borders, and mats. Linoleum Floor-cloth is a 
woven fabric on which is rolled a material composed of solidi- 
fied or oxydised linseed oil combined with powdered cork, 
which is then printed on the face and waterproofed at the back. 

Mitchell Bros. ; Woollen Manufacturers, Dyers, and Printers ; 
Albert Works, Waterfoot, near Manchester. 

Table Covers, Felt Carpets, Embossed Skirts. 

Haim, Michael, & Co. ; Floor Oil-cloth and Linoleum 
Manufacturers ; Kirkcaldy, Scotland. 

Floor Oil-cloths and Linoleum. 

Robinson, Vincent, & Co. ; Oriental Carpet and Rug Mer- 
chants ; 34, Wigmore St., London. 

Indian Carpets of Wool from Madras, Calcutta, and Bombay 
Presidencies. Specimens of Silk Carpets from Malabar. 
Persian Carpet, probably 16th century, made in the province 
of Ivhorassan. Persian Carpet, probably 17th century, made 
in the province of Khorassan. Six Persian Carpets of the 
18th century. Persian Carpet, probably 17th century, made 
at Kurdistan. Two Persian Rugs, probably 16th century, 
made at Kurdistan. Caucasian embroidered Prayer Rugs. 
Persian Shawl Stuffs made at Yezd. Old Rescht Embroideries. 
Ispahan Cotton Prints. Kenares Carpets of goats’ hair. 
Persian Faience, glass, and pierced brass work. (Exhibited 
in the Indian Section.) 

Royal Windsor Tapestry Manufactory (H.R.H. Prince 
Leopold, K.G., President) ; Old Windsor, Berks. 
Tapestry panels, illustrating “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” 
forming part of the decoration of the Royal Commission House 
in the Paris Exhibition of 1878. A copy in Tapestry of the 
portrait in Windsor Castle of Her Majesty the Queen, by 
special permission, from Baron Von Angeli. A Tapestry sofa 
for Her Majesty the Queen. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 21. 


91 


Smith (Turberville) & Son ; Carpet Manufacturers and Im- 
porters of Foreign Carpets ; 9, Great Marlborough 
St., London. 

A real Axminster Carpet woven by hand, exhibited for fineness 
of quality, manufactured at the Royal Carpet Factory, Wilton, 
near Salisbury. In the Indian Section Messrs. Smith exhibit a 
Cashmere Carpet (India) woven by the celebrated Cashmere 
Shawl weavers, and imported under special grant from the 
Maharajah. 

Southwell, H. & M. ; Carpet Manufacturers and Designers ; 
1, Holies St., Cavendish Square, London. TVorhs, 
Bridgnorth, Shropshire. 

Velvet Pile Carpets. 

Stephens, Janies; Carpet Manufacturer; 2, Frith St., 
Soho Square, London. ( Agent in Paris, M. Walmez. 
8, Place des Victoires, and 8, Place des Petits Peres.) 

One Carpet, Turkish design. Three Carpets, Indian design. 
Rugs and Stairs Carpets. 

Stoddard, A. F., &Co. ; Carpet Manufacturers ; Glenpatrich 
Carpet Works, Paisley, Scotland. 

Tapestry and Velvet Carpets. Velvet Sofa Carpets. Patent 
Carpet Lining and Stair Pads. 

Tapling, Thomas, Sc Co. ; Carpet and Manchester Ware- 
houseman ; 31 to 45, Gresham St., and 108 to 110, 
Wood St., City, London, and at Glasgow. ( Agent 
in Paris, E. Chicot, 27, Rue cV Aboukir.) 

Axminster and other Carpets. A Cartoon, of “Axminster” 
manufacture, woven in one piece, for wall decoration, subject 
“ Christ blessing little children.” 

Templeton, James, Sc Co. ; Carpet Manufacturers and In- 
ventors ; Glasgozv, and 77, Newgate St., London. 

Patent Axminster Carpets, Hearth Rugs, Mats, Table Covers, 
&c. Carpets and Curtains for the Pavilion of the Royal 
British Commission. 

Templeton, J. Sc J. S. ; Carpet and Curtain Manufacturers ; 
Glasgow, and 77, Newgate Street , Londo?i. 

Brussels and Wilton Carpets. Silk and Wool Curtains. 
Carpets and Curtains in the Pavilion of the Royal British 
Commission. 

Thom Sc Lawson ; Carpet Manufacturers, Inventors ; 78, 
Newgate Street, London. Works, 95, Cumberland St., 
Grcenhead, Glasgow. 

A patent Axminster Carpet woven in one piece, 15 feet by 
12 feet. A sample patent Oriental Reversible Carpet. Patent 
reversible Portiere and Tapestry Window Curtains. Samples 
of Carpets in three-quarter widths. Rugs. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 21. 


Tomkinson & Adam ; Axminster Carpet and Rug Manu- 
facturers ; Kidderminster ; 78, Newgate St., London; 
Portland St., Manchester. 

Axminster Carpets woven in one piece without seam, designed 
to illustrate four different examples of style. 

Treloar & Sons ; Cocoa-nut Fibre Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
69, Ludgate Hill, London. 

Floor Coverings made of Cocoa-nut Fibre. Door-mats made 
of Cocoa-nut Fibre. 

Tull, Glanvill, & Co. ; Fioor Covering Manufacturers ; Crown 
Works, Roupell St., Lambeth, London. 

Cork Floor-cloth, a preparation of pure Linseed Oil mixed 
with finely ground cork and rolled upon a strong canvas. 
Cork Carpet, ground cork mixed with a solution of India- 
rubber and rolled upon a light Canvas or Scrym. 

Walton, Frederick ; Manufacturer and Inventor of Linoleum 
Floor Cloth ; Heatham House, Twickenham, Middle- 
sex. Works, Sunbury -on- Thames, Middlesex. ( Agent 
in Paris, E. Joussen, 21, Boulevard Haussmann.) 

“ Linoleum Muralis.” The Sunbury Wall Decoration (pa- 
tented), ornamented in relief and capable of the highest artistic 
treatment. The invention consists in the application of 
solidified oils used alone or in combination with resin, pow- 
dered cork, fibre, &c. 

Watson, Bontor, & Co., 35, Old Bond Street, London. 
Carpets. (Exhibited in Indian Section.) 

Waugh & Son ; Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, and Carpet 
Manufacturers ; 3 and 4, Goodgc St., Tottenham 
Court Rd., London. 

Two Wilton Pile Carpets. (See also Class 17-) 

Whincup, Joseph; Table Cover Manufacturer; 36, Wood 
St., London. 

Woollen Cloth Table Covers, embroidered by hand with silk, 
and silk and wool combined. 

Widnell, Henry, & Co. ; Carpet Manufacturers ; Lasswade , 
near Edinburgh. 

Velvet Pile Carpets. Tapestry Carpets. Velvet Pile Sofa 
Carpets and Hearth Rugs. Velvet Pile Table Covers and 
Church Mats. Moquettes for Window Curtains, &c. Tapes- 
try Sofa Carpets and Hearth Rugs. 

Wildey, William, Sc Co.; Cocoa-nut Fibre Matting and 
Mat Makers, Inventors, and Original Patentees ; 13, 
Holland St., Blackfriars Road, London. 

Floor Coverings. Door Mats and various other articles made 
from the husk of the Cocoa-nut. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 21. 


93 


Willis, Henry Richard, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Brussels 
and Wilton Carpets ; Worcester Cross, Kidderminster. 

Brussels and Wilton Pile Carpets of the best qualities, designs, 
and colourings, being specimens of the English taste of the 
present day. 

Woodward, Grosvenor, & Co. ; Carpet and Rug Manufac- 
turers ; Stour Vale Mills, Kidderminster, and 102, 
Newgate St., London. 

Brussels Carpets for Dining and Drawing Rooms and Boudoirs, 
Brussels Carpet for Staircases. Velvet Pile Carpets for Stair- 
cases. Velvet Pile Carpets for Dining and Drawing Rooms 
and Boudoirs. 


Class 22. — Paper Hangings. 

Printed paper hangings. Flock, marbled, veined paper, &c. 
Paper for covering, bookbinding, &c. Artistic papers. Var- 
nished and enamelled paper. Imitations of wood and of leather. 
Painted or printed blinds. 

Allan, John, & Son; Paper Hanging Manufacturers; Wick 
Lane Works, Old Cord Road, Bow, London. ( Agents 
in Paris, Duval, Freres, ldo, Faubourg St. Denis.) 

Paper-hangings manufactured by steam machinery only. 

Jeffrey & Co. ; Paper Stainers and Manufacturers ; 64, 
Essex Road, Islington, London. 

A Paper Wall decoration, designed by Walter Crane. A Paper 
Wall Decoration designed by B. J. Talbert. (See also 
Class IS.) 

Woollams, William, & Co.; Manufacturing Paper Stainers ; 
110, High Street, Manchester Square, London. 

Embossed Flock Papers for wall, ceiling, and general surface 
decoration (patented). Specialities, High Class Block Printed 
Papers, Embossed Leathers, Embossed Golds, warranted, and 
raised flocks for painting. 


Class 23. — Cutlery. 

Knives, penknives, scissors, razors, &c. Cutlery of every 
description. 

Brookes & Crookes; Cutlery Manufacturers, Inventors; 
Atlantic Works, Sheffield. 

Pen, Pocket, and Sportman’s Knives. Table Knives, Bowie 
Knives, Razors, Scissors, and Dressing Case Instruments. 


94 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 24, 


Davis, J. C. ; 69, Leadenhall Street, London. 

Cutlery. 

Morton, Joseph (Macdaniels) ; Manufacturing Cutler ; 343, 
Oxford St., London. Works , Baldivin’s Gardens , 

London. 

Razors, Scissors, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Sporting and 
Hunting Knives. Various kinds of fitted cases. 

Heal, John, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Neal’s Pyro-Silver 
(Registered) ; 23, 24, and 25, Hampden Gurney St. , 
Upper Berkeley Street , London. 

Neal’s Pyro-Silver (Registered) Cutlery in Table, Dessert, and 
Fish Knives, Forks and Spoons, mounted in carved and plain 
Ivory, Pearl, Sdver, Agate, and Rock Coralite Handles. 

Heal, John ; Gold and Silversmith ; 44, 46, and 48, Edge- 
iv are Hoad, London. 

Gold and Silver Jewellery set with precious stones. Gold and 
Silver Watches, Chronometers, and Timekeepers. Silver and 
Electro-plated Articles for the Table. 

Rodgers, Joseph, Sc Sons, Limited ; Cutlers to Her Majesty ; 
6, Norfolk St., Sheffield. 

A collection of specimens of the finest quality of cutlery, com- 
prising Table Cutlery, Pen and Pocket Cutlery, Razors, 
Scissors, Knives and Forks for Fish Eating and Dessert, Fish 
Carvers, &e. 


Class 24. — Goldsmiths’ and Silversmiths’ Wore. 

Church plate, ornamental plate and table plate, gold and silver 
toilet articles, writing materials, &c. Electrotypes. 

Art Union of London ; 444, West Strand, London. 

“ America,” group from the Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, 
London. 

Betjemann, George, & Sons; Desk, Dressing Case, and 
Ormolu Manufacturers and Inventors ; 36, 38, and 
40, Pentonville Road , Clerkenwell, London. 

Silver Etui Sandwich Cases and Toilet Cases. 

Chubb & Son ; Art Metal Workers ; 128, Queen Vic- 
toria Street , London. Works, London and Wolver- 
hampton. 

Ecclesiastical and Mediaeval Metal Work; Ornamental Tiles 
for Church decoration ; Carved Woodwork. Patent Detector 
Locks, for all purposes. Cash Boxes, Paper Boxes, Writing 
Boxes, and Key Boxes. Specimens of richly ornamented 
Locks and Keys. (See Exhibit also in Classes 25 and 66.) 

Elkington & Co. ; Electro-Platers and Silversmiths, In- 
ventors ; Newhall St., Birmingham. 

Electro-plated articles of all kinds. Repousse works of art in 
silver, steel, and copper. Damascened works of art in gold, 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 24. 


95 


silver, steel, and copper. Cast works in solid silver, highly- 
chased ; also in other metals, electro-gilt, plated, and oxydised. 
Electro-deposited works in silver and copper gilt and plated. 
Electro-deposited reproductions of ancient metal work in the 
South Kensington Museum. Real Cloisonne and Champ Leve 
Enamels, in great variety of form and colour. 

Hart, Son, Peard, & Co.; Metal Workers ; 168, Regent St., 
London; and 53, 58, Wych St., Strand , London, 
and Grosvenor Works, Birmingham. {Agent in 
Paris, Henri Collet, 6, Rue de Paradis Poissonniere.) 
Dog Grates, Register Grates, Candelabra, Lecterns, Epergnes, 
&c. 

Hodd, R., & Son ; Manufacturing Silversmiths and Electro- 
platers ; 30 and 31, Hatton Garden, London. 
London-made first quality electro-plated and gilt goods, in- 
a Coffee-making Apparatus for restaurants and large establish- 
ments, general Table Services, and Reproductions of old style 
silver Candlesticks and Candelabra. 

Jones & Willis; Church Furniture Manufacturers; 43, 
Great Russell St. ; Works, 260, Euston Road, London, 
and Temple Row, Birmingham. 

Two massive Brass Sanctuary Standards with Seven Arms. 
An Eagle Lectern] in brass and copper. Elaborate Entrance 
Gate entirely of wrought iron. Glass Case containing Altar 
Vessels, Alms Dish, and small Brass and Silver Goods. Hand- 
somely carved Oak Reredos with super altar, designed by 
W. Scott Champion, Esq., Architect. Altar Frontal, em- 
broidered entirely by hand, and designed by W. C. Brangwyn, 
Esq., Architect. Hangings, Carpets, &c., designed by W. C. 
Brangwyn, Esq. 

Mackay, Cunningham, & Co. ; Goldsmiths, Silversmiths, 
and Watchmakers ; 62, Princes St., Edinburgh. 
Jewellery, Silverplate, Watches. 

Ridge, Woodcock, & Hardy ; Manufacturers of Britannia 
Metal and Electro-plated Goods; Eldon St., Sheffield. 
{Agent in Paris, The Paris Crystal Earthenware 
and Hardware Co., Limited, 42, Rue de Paradis 
Poissonniere .) 

Britannia Metal and Electro-plated goods. 

Shaw & Fisher ; Manufacturers of Britannia Metal and 
Electro-plated goods ; Inventors ; 43, Suffolk Road, 
Sheffield. 

Articles of domestic use and ornament in Britannia Metal, 
Electro silver-plated upon Britannia Metal and Nickel Silver 
and Electro-plated upon Nickel Silver, consisting of Tea Pots, 
Coffee Pots, Sugar Basins, Cream Ewers, Cake Baskets, 
Waiters, Side Dishes, Dish Covers, Cruet Frames, Mugs, 
Cups, Flower Stands, &c. &c. 


96 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 25. 


Class 25. — Bronzes and various Art Castings, and Re- 
pousse Work. 

Statues and bas-reliefs in bronze, cast-iron, zinc, &c. Castings 
coated with other metals by galvanic action. 

Repousse work in copper, lead, zinc, &c. 

Barnard, Bishop, & Barnards ; Manufacturers and In- 
ventors of Galvanized Iron Wire Netting; Norfolk 
Iron Works, Norwich. 

Ornamental Cast-iron Pavilion for Garden or Park. Artistic 
Forgings in the form of Entrance Gates, Palisade, &c. Gal- 
vanized Wire Netting. Garden Furniture. Ornamental and 
Decorative Slow Combustion Stoves. ( See also Class 85.) 

Chubb & Son ; Art Metal Workers ; 57, St. Paul's Church- 
yard, London. Works, Birmingham. 

Ecclesiastical and Mediaeval Metal Work. Ornamental Tiles 
for Church decoration. Carved Woodwork. (Exhibit also in 
Classes 24 and 66.) 

The Coalbrookdale Co. ; Coalbrookdale, near Wellington, 
Shropshire. 

Casting, “ The Royal Arms,” on the front of the Offices of the 
Royal British Commission. Two Fireplaces complete. Grates, 
Fenders, Fire-irons, &e., fitted to show Tiles, exhibited in 
Messrs. Craven, Dunnill, & Co.’s space, in Class 20. 

Cubitt, William, & Co. ; Builders ; 258, Gray's Inn Road, 
London. 

Entrance Gates of wrought and hammered iron, made for the 
Right Hon. Lord Crewe, and intended for one of the approaches 
at Crewe Hall, Cheshire. The Gate Piers are models of those 
executed hi stone. The whole designed by Edward M. Barry, 
Esq., R.A. (Exhibited in International Facade.) 

Hardman, J., & Co. ; Mediaeval Metal Workers and Stained 
Glass Painters ; New ha 1 1 Hill, Birmingham, and 1 3, 
King William Street, London. 

Flower Stand of Hammered Iron; case of Repousse and 
enamelled silver or gilt-work. Two , Chandeliers of Brass or 
Bronzed metal. ( See also Class 19.) 

Singer, John W., & Son ; Metal Workers, Inventors ; Frame, 

Somerset. 

Brass Eagle Lectern, with highly wrought chased and inlaid 
work. Repousse Rose-water Dishes in silver, copper, and 
brass, inlaid with other metals. Brass Monumental Plates, 
Metal Alms Dishes. Portraits in Copper, Repousse. Bronze 
Figures. 


CATALOGUE. — -CLASS 26. 


97 


Class 26. — Clocks and Watches. 

Separate parts of clocks of large or small size. 

Watches, chronometers, pedometers ; various time-keepers, &c. 
Time-pieces and clocks working by springs or weights, regulators, 
metronomes. 

Astronomical clocks ; marine chronometers; travelling clocks. 
Alarums, &c. Water clocks and sand glasses. Electric clocks. 
Turret and church clocks. 

Bennett, Sir John ; Watch and Clock Manufacturer, Gold- 
smith, and Diamond Merchant ; 64 and 65, Cheapside, 
London. 

Marine Chronometer, Pocket Keyless Chronometers in Gold 
Cases, English Keyless Lever Watches compensated for all 
climates; Watches for Railway Guards ; 18-carat Hall-marked 
Standard Gold Chains ; English Quarter Clocks, chiming on 
8 bells and striking on gongs : Astronomical Regulator, sur- 
mounted by a time ball rising every hour by regulator ma- 
chinery, and falling by electric current, thus rectifying any 
possible error to the tenth of a second. 

Betjemann, George, & Sons ; Desk, Dressing Case, and 
Ormolu Manufacturers, Inventors ; 36, 38, and 40, 
Pentonville Road , London. 

Clocks and Candelabras. (Exhibited in Class 24.) 

Frodsham, G. E. ; Chronometer and Watch Manufacturer ; 
31, Gracechurch Street , London. 

Marine Chronometers, Watches, Chains; Jewellery; Chrono- 
meters with improved auxiliary balance ; Keyless Watches and 
Pocket Chronometers with improved keyless action. 

Kullberg, Victor ; Chronometer and Watch Manufacturer, 
Inventor ; 105, Liverpool Road, London. 

Eight-day Chronometers of simplified construction and ordi- 
nary Eight-day Chronometers. Two-day Chronometers with 
Exhibitor’s flat rim balances as well as his auxiliary balances. 
Pocket Chronometers and Lever Watches with Exhibitor’s im- 
proved keyless works. 

Price, George Frederic; Church and Turret Clock Manu- 
facturer and Designer ; 11 , Melbourne Square, Brixton 
Road, London. 

Specimens of Church and Turret Clocks, with gravity and 
other escapements and compensated pendulums. 

Riego, Michael ; Chronometer, Watch, and Clockmaker, 
Inventor ; 284, Regent St., Londoti. 

Marine and Pocket Chronometers ; Watches of every descrip- 
tion. Patent Electric Clock for registering purposes. 

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CATALOGUE, — CLASS 27. 


Sliick, Frederick ; Watch, Clock, and Chronometer Fusee 
Chain Manufacturer; 58, Rahere St., Goswell Road, 
London. 

Fusee Chains for Watches, Clocks, and Marine Chronometers ; 
also for Aneroid Barometers, Telegraph, and Surgical Instru- 
ments. 

Webster, Richard ; Fellow of the Royal Astronomical 
Society, Chronometer Maker and Inventor ; 5, Queen 
Victoria St., London. 

A new and improved compensation balance. A Marine Chro- 
nometer fitted with the improved balance. 


Class 27. — Apparatus and Processes for Heating and 

Lighting. 

Fire-grates, fire-places, stoves, and hot-air stoves. Accessory 
objects for heating. Kitchen-ranges and apparatus for heating 
and cooking by gas. 

Apparatus for heating by the circulation of hot water, steam, 
or heated air. Ventilating apparatus. Drying apparatus ; drying 
stoves. 

Enameller’s lamps, blow-pipes, portable forges. 

Lamps for illuminating purposes, fed with various oils. 

Accessory objects for lighting. Matches. 

Apparatus and accessory objects for lighting by gas. 

Lamps for the electric light. Apparatus for the use of the 
magnesium light, &c. 

Bacon, J. L., & Co. ; Manufacturers of Hot Water Apparatus ; 
Inventors ; 34, Upper Gloucester Place, London. 

Hot Water Apparatus for warming and ventilating buildings. 
This apparatus consists of continuous lengths of wrought-iron 
tube, closed in all parts, and filled with water, a portion 
formed into a coil being placed in a furnace in the basement, 
and the pipes to warm the rooms arranged round the rooms 
under the floor or in coils. Coil of Pipe, with improved fresh 
warm air inductor. Renaissance Coil Case, suitable for a 
drawing room. Gothic Coil Case, suitable for a church. 
Isometrical Drawing, showing different methods of applying 
this system to a private house. Drawing of a Drying Room 
or Disinfecting Closet, which can be warmed to 3(J0° Fahr. or 
150° Celsius. Drawing of arrangement for warming and ven- 
tilating hospitals and large schools. Drawing of system 
adopted for warming and ventilating schools at Altona and 
Dantzic. Drawings showing the application of this system to 
various buildings. 

The Falkirk Iron Company ; Ironfounders ; 67, Upper 
Thames Street, London. Works, Falkirk, Scotland. 
(Agent in Paris, Thoults, 12, Boulevard St. Martin.) 
Stoves for heating Churches and Private Buildings. 


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Feetham, Mark, & Co. ; Stove Manufacturers ; Ironworkers ; 
Engineers; Inventors; 9, Clifford St., London . 
Works, 17, Soho Square, London. 

Stoves and Grates for warming rooms, &c. Artistic Iron 
Work and Castings. Complete Furniture for Fire-places, 
&c. 

Gardner, John, & Sons ; Lamp Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
453 and 454, Strand ; 3 and 4, D uncannon St., Strand, 
London. 

Lamps, Colza and Petroleum, in Metal, Earthenware, Porcelain, 
and English Marbles. (Exhibit also in Classes 20 and 36.) 

Harris, George Henry ; Engineer and Machinist ; Bristol 
Street, Birmingham . 

The “ Eagle ” Range, requires no brickwork setting, will burn 
either in an ordinary fire-place or in the open air. It can be 
used as a close or open fire range, and be easily altered from 
one to the other. The special construction of the fire-bars 
causes a great economy in fuel. (See also Class 14.) 

Kerr, Edward, jun, ; Brassfounder, Manufacturer, and 
Inventor ; 66, Manor St., Dublin. 

Kerr’s (Patent) Safety Wind Proof Farmers’ Lamp, for farm, 
household, and general use, especially adapted for stables, 
stores, and mills; it burns 18 hours at the cost of Id., lights 
equal to 9 candles. Wick to suit Kerr’s Patent Farm Lamp. 
Kerr’s Glendalough Glucine, a powerful transparent cement, 
illustrated by models. Mauchline Woodwork, Articles of 
Utility, Water Fountains and Models. Photographs, Photo- 
graphic Views, Engravings. 


Leoni, S., & Co. ; Engineers, Patentees, Manufacturers, and 
Inventors ; Aclamas Works, 54 to 66, St. Paul’s St., 
New North Road, Islington; and 74, Strand, London. 
{Agent in Paris, G. Amiel, 12, Cite Previse .} 

No. 09, Gas Oven, for roasting or baking; will roast up to 
120 lbs. of meat, with a consumption of about 60 cubic feet of 
gas. No. G. 427, Gas Hot Plate, fitted with four independent 
atmospheric gas fires and two powerful grillers under the hot 
plate to broil and toast by deflected heat. No. 510, Gas 
Kitchener, comprising large oven for roasting and baking, and 
hot plate. No. 520, Patent Multiple Gas Boiler, with steamer, 
fitted with man-hole ; steam is generated in about 20 minutes, 
and will cook 1 cwt. of potatoes in half an hour. No. KB. 25, 
Patent Multiple Gas Boiler, with hot closet ; water is boiled 
in 20 minutes at a cost of Ad. per 100 gallons. Gas Hot Closet, 
with Berlin black and ormolu front and Sicilian marble top. 
The Lady’s Summer Kitchener, and other small Gas Apparatus 
for domestic purposes. Drawings of our larger Apparatus, 
erected by us in hospitals, infirmaries, and other large establish- 
ments, in some of which the cooking is done for from 500 to 
1,600 inmates. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 27. 


Longden & Co. ; Ironfounders and Fire-place Manufacturers ; 
Inventors ; Phcenix Foundry , Sheffield, 

Fire-place in the English style of the 17th century, comprising 
Grate for throwing out warmed fresh air, partly of brass and 
partly nickel plated. Hearth, Fender, and Fire-irons. Marble 
Moulding. Carved Wood Chimney-piece, with cove repre- 
senting the springing of ceiling to show the full height of a 
lofty room. Gaselier in the English style of the 17th century, 
in polished brass, suitable for a lofty room. Dog Grate, with 
tiled sides and carved wood Chimney-piece. Brass Grate, with 
tiled sides, fire-lump interior, and wood Chimney-piece. Tiled 
Stove, with Gas-heating and Reflecting Apparatus. 

May, G. H., & Co. ; Yacht Fitters and Nautical Ironmongers ; 
126 and 127, High St., Cowes , Isle of Wight. 

Yacht’s Cooking Stove, known as “ Royal Yacht Squadron ” 
Cooking Apparatus. Heating Stoves for halls, or yachts’ 
cabins, fitted with marble and Minton’s china slabs. 

Musgrave & Co., Limited ; Ironfounders and Manufac- 
turers ; Inventors ; Ann St. Iron Works and Cromac 
Foundry , Belfast , Ireland ; and 97, New Bond Street, 
London. 

Musgrave’s Patent Slow Combustion Stoves and Underground 
Air Warmers, in 27 different designs. Model showing method 
of heating all the rooms of a building from one apparatus. 
(See also Class 62.) 

Paris, James ; Engineer, Manufacturer, and Inventor ; 
Margery Park Boad, Stratford, Essex. 

Various Flat or Smoothing Irons heated by blow-pipe jets 
inside, adapted in shape and weight for all purposes, manu- 
facturing and domestic. Special Irons, heated on same 
principle, for hatters, tailors, hosiers, &c. Portable Ironing 
Table, complete in itself, with apparatus for forcing air and 
also for making the gas required for heating; adapted for 
cooking, brazing, soldering, glass blowing, chemical and 
general experiments, to be used with ordinary gas or with the 
gas made within itself. 

Pillischer, Moritz ; Optician and Maker of Scientific Instru- 
ments ; 88, New Bond Street, London. 

Lamps used for the Microscope, Study, Library, &c., called 
the Queen’s Microscope and Reading Lamps.” Lamps in 
use in the Offices of the Royal Commission. (See also Class 
15.) 

Ridsdale & Co.; Lamp Manufacturers; 54, 55, and 56, 
Minories, London. 

Two Ships’ Lamps (bow and mast-head), with Davis & Thomas’ 
patent burners. Two Railway Roof Lamps. Two Reading 
Lamps. Two Ships’ Engine-room Back Lamps. Two 
Ships’ Engine-room Overhead Lights. All Davis & Thomas’ 
patents. 


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Rosser & Eussell ; Manufacturers, Conservatory Builders, 
and Inventors ; 7, Charing Cross ; Works, Queen’s 
Wharf, Queen St., Hammersmith, London. 

Ornamental Fire or Steam Stove. Ornamental Hot Water 
Stove. Ornamental Hot Water Pipes. Rectangular Ribbed 
Hot Water Stove. Air Warmer for churches or other 
buildings. Gill Stove. Ironing Stove. Drying Closet for 
linen, &c. Boilers. Cooking apparatus for hotels, mansions, 
&c. Steam Cooking Pans for institutions. Reversible Grate. 
Fire-brick Warm Air Stove. Hydraulic Lift. Furnace Front. 
H. P. Furnace, with coil and model showing arrangement of 
pipes in rooms. Apparatus for heating greenhouses, &c. 
Various models and drawings. 

Scanlan, jun., & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Walsall, Staffordshire. 

Apparatus for Heating and Cooking by gas. (Leoni’s patent.) 
(Exhibit also in Class 54.) 

Steel & Garland; Stove, Grate, and Fender Manufacturers ; 
Wharnclifffe Works, Sheffield. 

Burnished Steel Grates, Art Tile Grates, Projecting Warm Air 
Grates, Wooden Chimney Pieces, Fenders, Curbs, Fire-irons, 
Encaustic Tile Hearths, &c. &c. 

Wavish, James; Civil Engineer, Inventor, and Manu- 
facturer ; 7, Fenchurch St., London. 

Wavish’s Patent Coal Economisers for parlour and other 
domestic grates, with air chamber for supplying oxygen from 
outer atmosphere. Economiser for Marine and other Boilers 
and Furnaces. One Wavish patent Masthead Light. One 
Wavish patent Punkah Lamp. 

Wright, John, & Co. ; Gas Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Essex Works, Broad St., Birmingham, and 
155a, Upper Thames Street, London. Paris, 72, Rue 
Dunkerque. 

Gas Cooking Apparatus and Boiling Stoves in various sizes. 
An Oven for Gas Cooking Apparatus. A Bath with Gas 
Heating Apparatus. Gas Heating Stoves, “ Brilliant,” “ Im- 
perial,” and Ventilating, of various sizes. Stannate Bronze- 
metal Gas Brackets and Chandeliers. Cases of Stocks and 
Dies for Engineers and Gasfitters. “Eclipse” Gas-making 
Apparatus. (See also Class 53.) 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 28. 


Class 28 . — Perfumery. 

Cosmetics and pomatums. Perfumed oils, essences, extracts 
and scents, aromatic vinegar ; almond paste ; perfumed powders, 
pastilles, and scent bags ; perfumes for burning. Toilet soap. 

Atkinson, J. & E. ; Perfumers and Fancy Soap Manufac- 
turers ; 24, Old Bond St., London, and B Warehouse, 
St. Katherine's Docks, London. ( Agent in Paris, 
F. de Vidal, 30, Faubourg Poissonniere.) 

Essences, Bouquets, Eau-de-Cologne. LaA r ender waters and 
other Perfumes for the Handkerchief and Toilet. Toilet 
Soaps, Shaving Soaps and Creams, Pomades, Oils, Cosmetics, 
Hair Washes, Toilet Powders, Dentifrices, Toilet Waters and 
all kinds of Perfumery and articles for the Toilet. 

Cleaver, F. S., & Sons ; Wholesale Perfumers and Fancy 
Soap Makers, Inventors, and Patentees ; 32 and 33, 
Bed Lion St., Holborn, London. 

Fancy Toilet Soaps. Perfumery. “ Terebene ” Disinfecting 
Soap, Creams, Hair Washes, Tooth PoAvders, &c. “Terebene” 
Disinfecting Liquid, Powder, &c. 

Crown Perfumery Company ; Manufacturers ; 177, New 
Bond St., London, and Fairfield Works, London. 
Perfumes from Natural Flowers. Fine Fancy Soaps. Toilet 
requisites of nearly every kind. Best quality Tooth Brushes, 
Hair Brushes, and Combs. 

Laurendeau, P. ; Chemist, Inventor ; 29, Queen St., St. 
Heliers, Jersey. 

Eau-de-Cologne. 

Lewis, James ; Wholesale and Export Perfumer ; 6, Bart- 
lett s Buildings, Holborn, London. 

Iodine Soap (patented). Refined Toilet Soaps. Fancy Toilet 
Soaps. Preparations for the hair. Perfumes distilled from 
the Flowers. Preparations for beautifying the complexion. 
Tooth PoAvders and other preparations for beautifying and 
preserving the teeth and gums. Toilet Waters, auz., Eau-de- 
Cologne,' Florida Water, Lavender Water (Mitcham), Hungary 
Water, Toilet Vinegar, Rose and Orange Flower Waters. 
Shaving Soaps and Creams. Hair Dyes. Cosmetics for the 
hair. 

Luce, George ; Manufacturing Perfumer ; 44, King Street, 
Jersey. 

Eau de Cologne. 

Osborne, Bauer, & Cheeseman; Perfumers, Refined Soap 
Manufacturers, Inventors ; 19, Golden Square, Regent 
St., London. ( Agent in Paris, Janies Reid, “ Old 
England 35, Boulevard des Capucines.) 

Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, Baby’s Soap, Cosmetic Petroline 
Soap, Petroleum Soap, Bauer’s “Head Soap,” Indian Bath 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 28. 


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Soap, Inexhaustible Smelling Salts, Glycerine and Honey 
Jelly. Mhogra-ka-Phul, White Blossoms, Princess Louise. 
(Special perfumes.) 

Pears A. & F. ; Wholesale Perfumers, Inventors of Trans- 
parent Soap ; 91, Great Russell St., London , and 
Lanadron Works, near lsleworth, Middlesex. 
Transparent Soap for toilet, nursery, and shaving purposes. 

Piesse & Lukin ; Flower Farmers, Manufacturing Perfumers, 
Distillers of Odorous Oils ; 2, New Bond St., London. 
Works, Mitcham Road, Surrey. 

Perfumes from Flowers. Ottos or Essential Oils. Fumigating 
Incense and Ribbon. Scented Soaps. Toilet articles. Sachets 
in variety. Tonquin Musk. Otto of Roses. 

Price, Napoleon, & Co.; (Successors to Price & Gosnell) 
Perfumers and Soap Makers ; 27, Old Bond St., 
and 1, Camming St., Pentonville, London. 

Perfumery and Fancy Soaps. A new perfume from Guatemala. 

Rimmel, Eugene ; Perfumer and Toilet Soap Maker ; 96, 
Strand, 128, Regent St., and 24, Cornhill, London. 

Handkerchief Perfumes, Toilet Vinegar and Waters, Toilet and 
Shaving Soaps, Pomades, and other Hair Preparations, Lotions, 
Powders, and Cosmetics for the Skin, Blanc-Marimon, a 
harmless stage white. Aquadentine and other Dentrifices, 
Aromatic Ozonizer, Perfumed Sachets, Almanacs, and Valen- 
tines. Jardiniere Fountains, and the “ Myrogene,” a pa- 
tent apparatus for extracting the aroma of flowers instan- 
taneously without distillation, maceration, or absorption. 

Rowland, A., & Sons ; Wholesale Perfumers, Manufacturers, 
and Inventors ; 20, Hatton Garden, London. ( Agent 
in Paris, W. Lamar, 22, Rue Quatre Septembre .) 
Rowland’s Macassar Oil for the hair. Kalydor for the com- 
plexion. Odonto for the teeth. Eukonia, a toilet powder. 

Yardley & Co.; Toilet Soap Makers and Perfumers; 7, 
Vine Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

Toilet Soap in blocks, bars, and tablets in cartons. Essences. 
Lavender Water. Pomatum. Cherry Tooth Paste. Violet 
Powder. Rose Face Powder. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 29. 


Class 29. — Leather Work, Fancy Articles, and Basket 

Work. 

Dressing cases, work boxes, small articles of fancy furniture, 
liqueur-cases, glove-boxes, caskets. Cases and bags, jewel-boxes. 
Purses, pocket-books, notebooks, cigar-cases. 

Turned, engine-turned, carved, or engraved articles in wood, 
ivory, tortoise-shell, &c. Snuff-boxes. Pipes. 

Fancy toilet combs and brushes. 

Lacquered ware. 

Fancy basket-work ; wicker work for bottles ; articles in fine 
straw. 


Betjemann, G., & Sons ; Wholesale and Export Desk, 
Dressing Case, and Ormulu Manufacturers ; 36, 38, 
and 40, Pcntonville Road , Clerkenwell, London. 
Self-closing Book-slides and extending Dressing Cases. 
Desks. Writing Suits in fancy woods. Engraved and gilt 
mediaeval ornamental Metal Work. Letter Balances. Photo- 
graphic Albums and Frames, &c. Algerian Onyx. Malachite 
and other Fancy Marbles. Clocks and Candelabra. Silver 
Etui Sandwich Cases, and Toilet Cases. (Exhibited in Class 
24.) 

The British Xylonite Co., Limited ; Manufacturers and 
Patentees; 124, High Street, Homerton, London. 

Raw Xylonite, a substance made in imitation of Ivory, &c., 
viz. : Cutlery, Fancy Articles (Brushes, Combs, &c.). Imitation 
Jewellery, Billiard Balls. 

Cave, H. J., & Sons ; Basket and Portmanteau Makers ; 
40, Wigmore St., London. 

Solid Leather Portmanteaus and Dressing Cases. Leather 
Travelling Bags. Basket Work in Wicker and Cane. 

Chapman, Son, & Co.; Fancy Cabinet and Leather Goods 
Manufacturers, Inventors ; 2 and 3, Charterhouse 
Buildings, London. 

‘‘The Royal Cabinet of Games.” The patent Universal 
Liqueur Cabinet. The patent Liqueur and Cigar Cabinet, 
and various other Liqueur and Spirit Cases. Fitted and empty 
Travelling Bags. Dressing Cases. Writing Desks. Perfume 
Cases. Jewel Cases. Purses. Card Cases, Work Boxes, &c. 

Dixie, Mrs. Margaret; Jewellery Case Manufacturer; 
13, Wilmington Square, Clerkenwell, London. 

Morocco and Velvet Cases and Window Stands for Jewellery 
and Silversmith’s Work. 

Horsey, John G., & Co. ; Copperjield Road, Mile End, Lon- 
don. 

Bass (Piassava) Brooms and Brushes produced entirely by 
machinery, each knot or tuft being securely fixed in a solid 
stock or block (independent of the other tufts) by a strong steel 


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wire or fastener. No pitch or other adhesive substance being 
used in fastening the tufts, the brushes are not affected by fire, 
climate, or other heat so fatal to all hand-made goods. 

Jacques, Zachria; Wood Carver; 6, Upper Abbey St., 
Dublin. 

Specimens of White Wood Carving. Models of Irish Crosses 
and Abbeys and Table Ornaments in Irish Bog Oak. Personal 
Ornaments in Irish Bog Oak mounted in silver and gold. 

Jenner & Knewstub; Dressing Case, Travelling Bag, 
and Despatch Box Manufacturers, Inventors of the 
patent ABC Despatch Box, the patent Jewel Case, 
and Elgin Writing Case ; 33, St. James's St., and 66, 
Jermyn St., London. 

Dressing Cases, Travelling Dressing Bags, Despatch Boxes, 
Writing Cases, Pocket Books, and fancy leather goods in 
Cigar Cases, Memorandum Books, Purses, &c. Dies, with 
specimens executed in gold and colours, and illuminated, &c. 

Jones, Thomas ; Manufacturer ; 41, St. James's St., 

London. ( Agent in Paris, Thos. Jones, 23, Boidevard 
de Capucines.) 

All kinds of Leather Work, mounted or not. Specimens of 
Paper Stamping and Seal Engraving ; Fancy Articles of every 
description ; Cut Crystal of all kinds for toilet uses, and Glasses ; 
Fans, Fancy Cutlery, Note and Letter Paper; Bags, fitted and 
empty, Dressing Cases, Portmanteaus. 

Kent, George Barton, & Co.; Brush Manufacturers; 11, 
Great Marlborough St., London. Works, Victoria 
Park, London. 

Brushes for the toilet, for the stable, for house painting, and 
for domestic use. 

Leuchars & Son ; 38 and 39, Piccadilly, JLondon ; and 2, 
Rue de la Paix, Paris. 

Dressing Cases, Travelling Bags, &c. Gold and Silver Work, 
and Leather Work of all descriptions. 

Keid, Alexander, & Sons ; Brush Manufacturers; 8, Etham 
Place, Great Dover St., Borough, London. 

General Household Brushes and stable brushes. 

Scottish Vulcanite Company, Limited ; Vulcanite Comb 
and Jewellery Manufacturers ; Viewforth Works, 
Edinburgh. 

An assortment of Vulcanite Combs and Vulcanite Fancy 
Articles. 

The Star Brush Co., Limited; Manufacturers of Brushes 
and Brush Machinery ; Holloway, London. 

Various kinds of Brushes made with a solid back of wood, into 
which each knot or tuft is fastened by a wire staple, and is 
fixed independently of the other knots. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 29. 


Stewart, S. R., & Co. ; Comb Manufacturers ; Aberdeen 
Comb Works , Aberdeen. 

Combs of Horn, India-rubber, and Tortoiseshell. 

Thornhill, Walter, & Co. ; Manufacturing Cutlers, Silver- 
smiths, and Dressing Case Makers, Inventors; 144, 
New Bond Street , London. 

Dressing Cases, Travelling Bags, Special London Made Cut- 
lery, Norwegian Belts, Chatelaines, Patent Gold and Silver 
Pencil Cases ; Thornhill’s Instrument Knives ; Thornhill’s 
Salisbury Writing Case. 

Wilde, James, & Son; Wholesale and Export Brush Manu- 
facturers ; The Brush Factory , Oldham , Lancashire. 
Brushes for use in Mills and on Machinery. Brushes as used 
by Railway Companies. Domestic or Household Brushes. 


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FOURTH GROUP. 


TEXTILE FABRICS, CLOTHING, AND ACCESSORIES. 


Class 30. — Cotton Thread and Fabrics. 

Cotton, dressed and spun. 

Pure cotton fabrics, plain and figured. 

Mixed cotton fabrics. 

Cotton velvet. 

Cotton ribands and tapes. 

Armitage, Elkanah, & Sons ; Cotton Spinners and Manu- 
facturers ; Manchester. Works, Pendleton, near Man- 
chester. 

Cotton Fabrics made of dyed yams, suitable for domestic use, 
and grouped in the various countries to which they are adapted. 
Cotton Sail Canvas and Yacht Duck; Cotton Duck for india- 
rubber belting, hose, American leather cloth, piston packing, 
and waterproof goods. Specialities manufactured by the firm. 

Ashworth, Edmund, & Sons ; Cotton Spinners and Sewing 
Cotton Manufacturers ; Egerton Mills, Bolton, Lan- 
cashire. 

Cotton in the various stages of manufacture. Single Yarns, 
Double Yarns, 2-fold, 3-fold, 4-fold, 6-fold, and 9-fold ; Sewing 
Cottons, on reels in white, black, and colours ; Crochet Cottons, 
on reels, in balls, and in skeins ; Embroidering Cottons, Knit- 
ting and Mending Cottons, Glove Cottons, Linen Finish 
Thread, Polished Yarns. 

Barlow & Jones, Limited ; Spinners and Manufacturers in 
Cotton ; 2, Portland St., Manchester , and Albert Mills, 
Cobden Mill and Prospect Mills, Little Bolton and 
Longlands Mill, Bury, Lancashire . 

Plain and Fancy Muslins, Toilet, Marseilles, Honey-comb, 
Alhambras, and Fancy Quilts, Quiltings, Damasks, Toilet 
Covers, Skirts, Mats, Counterpanes, Towels, Twills, Sheets, 
Cotton Blankets, &c. 

Behrens, Louis ; Manufacturer; 41 , Portland St., Manchester. 

Black and coloured Velvets, Velveteens, Cords, and Mole- 
skins, Silk-faced Velvets. (Exhibited in Class 34.) 

Brook, Jonas, & Bros. ; Sewing Cotton Manufacturers ; 
Meltham Mills, near Huddersfield. 

Cotton Sewing Threads, patent glace and soft, for hand and 
machine work, white, black, and coloured ; crochet and 
embroidery cotton, &c. 

Carlile, James, Sons, & Co. ; Thread (cotton) Manufacturers ; 
Bankend Mills, Paisley. 

Cotton Sewing Thread in soft and glace finish, and Crochet 
and Embroidery Cotton. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 30. 


Christy, W. M., & Sons, Limited ; Cotton Manufacturers and 
Spinners ; 14, West Mosley St., Manchester, Fairfield 
Mills, near Manchester, and 51, Bow Lane, London. 
Royal Turkish Towels. Terry Cloth. Bath Blankets. Broche 
Terry Cloth. Bath Gowns and Gloves made therefrom; other 
plain and fancy Towels of Cotton and Linen. 

Clark & Co. ; Sewing Cotton Manufacturers ; Anchor Mills, 
Paisley. {Agent in Paris, J. L. Pollock, 25, Rue 
Thevenot .) 

Sewing Cotton of all descriptions, both for hand and machine 
use. Crochet, Tatting, Embroidery and Knitting Cottons. 

Clark, J., & Co. ; Thread Manufacturers ; Paisley Thread 
Works, Paisley. 

Sewing Cotton Thread of all kinds. 

Coats, J. & P. ; Manufacturers of Sewing Cotton ; Fcrguslie 
Thread Works, Paisley. 

Sewing Cotton. 

Crewdson, Crosses, & Co., Limited; Cotton Spinners and 
Manufacturers ; 40, Portland Street, Manchester. 
Works, Bolton, Lancashire. {Paris Agent, Mons. 
J. Guiton, 5 and 7, Rue Haute Ville.) 

White Calicoes, comprising Mediums, Double Warps, Fine 
Shirtings, Stout Shirt Cloths and Twills. 

The Dacca Twist Co. ; Cotton Spinners, Manufacturers, 
Bleachers, Dyers, Finishers, General Warehousemen, 
and Shipping Merchants ; 96 to 104, Portland St., 
Manchester. Works : Manchester, Bolton, Wigan, 
Gorton, Crawshawbooth, Heapey, Chorley , Horwich 
Vale, Swinton, Wallulen, Crewe, Sf-c. 

Cotton Piece Goods : — Grey, bleached, and dyed Domestics, 
Sheetings, Twills, Printers’ Shirtings, Cambrics, Dimities, 
Quiltings. Toilets, Satteens, Damasks, Brocades, Satins, Re- 
gattas, Nankeens, Ticks, Oxfords, Harvards, Grandrills, 
Turkey-red Twills, Printed Silesias, Serges, &c., Beetled 
Silesias, Jeanetts, Chested Stouts, Drop Pocketings, Perma- 
nent Twills, Sunshades, &c. Sewing and Crochet Cottons. 
Braids, Smallwares, Braces, Waddings, Tapes, Cords, Um- 
brellas, &c. 

Dewhurst, John, & Sons; Cotton Spinners and Sewing Cot- 
ton Manufacturers ; Belle Vue Mills, Skipton. 

Sewing Cotton (finished and in various stages of its manu- 
facture). 

Ermen & Roby; Spinners, Doublers, Bleachers, Dyers and 
Polishers of Cotton Thread (Holders of Godfrey 
Ermen’s Patent) ; 7, Southgate, Manchester. 

Patent Diamond polished Thread, for manufacturing elastics, 
ribbons, dress goods, &c. Knitting, and Crochet Cotton. 
Sewing Cotton, 6 cord and glace, on spools for machine and 
hand sewing; also on cards, and in balls and skeins. Patent 
thread for shoemakers. 


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Evans, Walter, & Co. ; Cotton Manufacturers ; Boar's Head 
Cotton Manufactory , Derby. 

Cotton thread on spools, in skeins, on cards, and in balls. 

Ferguson Brothers ; Spinners, Manufacturers, Bleachers, 
Dyers, and Finishers ; Holme Head Works, near 
Carlisle. 

Plain and Brocaded Dyed and Printed Cotton Satteens. 

Greenhalgh & Sons ; Cotton Manufacturers and Dyers ; 
Field Mill, Mansfield, Notts. 

Double and Single Cotton Yarns, grey, bleached, and dyed, 
suitable for the lace, hosiery, ribbon, velvet, and fancy trades. 

Hall, Lawrence ; Spinner and Manufacturer ; 53, Mosley 
St., Manchester, and Black Lane, Radcliffe, near 
Manchester. 

White Vestings. White Quiltings. White Welts. White 
Diamond Quiltings. White Tennis Cloth. White Donau Cloth. 
White Nuttalline Stripes. White Oriental Stripes. White 
Antique Brochedines. Dyed Costume Cloths. Honeycomb 
Covers. 

Hall, Ralph, & Co. ; Merchants, Manufacturers, and Dyers; 
15, Chorlton St., Manchester. Works, Oldham, 
Lancashire. (Paris, 2, Rue d’Aboukir.) 

Cotton Velvets and Velveteens in various shades including 
Amethyst Black and Blue Black for costumes, trimmings, &c. 
Cotton Cords and Moleskins for clothing. Dyed and Printed 
Lambskins, Satins, Twills, Serges, and Cambrics for linings. 
Umbrella Cloths. Cotton Fabrics of all descriptions used by 
waterproofers. 

Hawkins, John, & Sons ; Cotton Spinners and Manufac- 
turers ; 8, Faulkner St., Manchester, and 18, Watling 
St., London. 

White Cotton Calicoes, plain and twilled. White Cotton 
India Twills and Brown Unions. 

Holland, William, & Sons ; Cotton Spinners and Doublers ; 
Victoria Mills, Miles Platting, Manchester. 

Combed Cotton Yarns, Single, Double, 3, 6, and 9 Cord, 
suitable for manufacturers of muslins, mixed fabrics, sewing 
thread, &c. Single Yarns for muslins and doubling purposes. 
Sewing and Crochet Cotton 3, 4, 6, and 9 cord, cable laid, in 
bundle. Hosiery Yarn, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 threads. Throstle and 
Double Spun Yarns gassed in warp or bundle, gassed or plain. 
Double Yarns for mixed fabrics in cop, warp, or bundle, gassed 
and prepared and super extra soft twists. 

Horrockses, Miller, & Co. ; Cotton Spinners, Manufac- 
turers, and Merchants ; Preston, Manchester, and 
9, Bread St., London. (Agent in Paris, G. Hadfield, 
92, Rue d'Hauteville.) 

White Cotton Long Cloths. Cambrics. Twilled Shirtings. 
Plain and Twilled Sheetings. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 30. 


Johnson, Jabez, & Fild.es ; Manufacturers and Inventors ; 
44, Spring Gardens, Manchester. Works , Moor 
Mills , Bolton, Lancashire. 

White and Coloured Toilet and Fringed Honeycomb Quilts; 
Marseilles and Bolton Quilts. Counterpanes, Alhambras, 
Toilet Covers, Toilettings. White and Coloured Quiltings. 
Diamonds and Piques for Dresses and Vestings. Damask 
and Furniture Dimities. Table Covers, D’Oylies, and Finger 
Napkins. Brocades, Dress Goods, Muslins, Linen and Cotton, 
Turkish, Huckaback, Honeycomb, and Fancy Towels, Terry 
Cloth, and Towelling, Printed Damasks and Galatea Stripes. 
Raised Swansdown Twills and Perched Quiltings. 

Mitchell & Whytlaw ; Manufacturers; 78, Queen Victoria 
St., London ; 84, Ingram St., Glasgow. 

Fancy Coloured Goods, in Cotton, Linen, Woollen, and 
Mixed Fabrics. 

Patent Velvet Company ; Manufacturers of Cotton Velvet, 
Velveteens, &c. ; Inventors and Patentees ; 1, Peter 
St., Manchester. ( Agent in Paris, P. II. Kiener, 28, 
Rue du Scnticr .) 

Dyed Cotton. Patent Velvets and Velveteens. Dyed Cotton 
Cords. Dyed and Printed Cotton Moleskins. 

Schwann, Modera, & Co. ; Manufacturers and Merchants ; 
117, Portland St., Manchester . 

Velvets, Velveteens, Cords, Moleskins, Plushes, and other 
Cotton Fabrics. 

Stirling, William, & Sons ; Turkey Red Dyers and Calico 
Printers; Renton by Glasgow. 

Turkey Red Scarves, Shirtings, Prints, Chintzes, Twills, Twists, 
Brocades, &c. 

Swainson, Birley, & Co.; Cotton Spinners and Manufac- 
turers ; Fishwich Mills, Preston, Portland St., Man- 
chester, and 5, Goldsmith St., City , London. 

Long Cloths, Heavy Shirtings, Mediums, and Plain and Fancy 
Muslins, &c. 

Tootal-Broadhurst, Lee, & Co. ; 56 to 62, Mosley St., 
Manchester; 24, Well Street, Bradford; and 28, 
Friday Street, London. Works, Sunnyside Mills, 
Bolton, and Ten Acres Mills, Newton Heath. {Paris, 
42, Rue des Jeuneurs .) 

Cotton Fabrics. Worsted Fabrics. Silk and Cotton Fabrics. 
Silk and Worsted Fabrics. Silk and Woollen Fabrics. Cotton 
and Woollen Fabrics. Printed Cotton Fabrics. 

Vernon & Freemantle ; Cotton Spinners ; Piccadilly Mills, 
Manchester. 

Cotton Yarn in cop and hank from 140° to 380° English 
counts. 


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Waters, J. & E., & Co. ; Sewing Cotton, Smallware, and 
Braid Manufacturers ; Talbot Mills , Ellesmere St., 
Hulme, Manchester. 

Sewing Cottons on Spools and in Balls, Knitting Cottons, &c. 

Smallware both in Cotton and Worsted. Worsted and Cotton 

Braids, &c. 

Williams, Sons, & Brookes ; Coloured Cotton Manufac- 
turers; 12 , Bir chin Lane, Manchester. Works, Whit- 
field and Openshaw, near Manchester. 

Coloured Cotton Goods, Oxfords, Harvards, &c., &c. 

Wood & Brearley ; Manufacturers, Inventors; Beehive 
Mill, Bolton, and Palace St., Manchester. 

Bed Quilts, Toilet Covers, and Fancy Towels. 


Class 31. — Thread and Fabrics of Flax, Hemp, <fcc. 

PTax, hemp, and other vegetable fibres spun. 

Linen and drills. Cambric. Linen fabrics mixed with cotton 
or silk. 

Fabrics made from vegetable fibres as substitutes for flax and 
hemp. 


Andrews, Michael ; Ardoyne, Belfast. 

Table Linen specially designed and manufactured for the 
Pavilion of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, President of the 
Royal Commission. 

Anglo-American Rope & Oakum Company; Oakum Manu- 
facturers ; 72, South Castle St., and 12, Hopwood 
Street, Liverpool. 

Oakum, manufactured and spun by machinery, for caulking 
ships. Marine Lint for surgical purposes. 

Barbour, William, & Sons ; Spinners of Linen and Hemp 
Yarns, &c. ; Hilden Flax Mills, Lisburn, Ireland. 
Linen Thread in hanks, ball, and on spools. Shoe Thread in 
balls. Billing Thread and Netting Thread. Linen Yarns. 
Hemp Yarns. 

Barron, W. J., & Sons ; Manufacturers of Shoe-Mercery, 
and Grindery ; Eagle Shoe-Mercery Works, White- 
cross St., London {Paris, 2, Rue Francaise). 

Shoe-Mercery : — Boot Webs, Eyelets, Rivets, Sewing Threads, 
Elastic Webs, Linings, &c. 

Barrow Flax & Jute Company, Limited ; Spinners, Dyers, 
and Manufacturers; Barrow Flax and Jute Works, 
Barrow - in-Furness , Lancashire. 

“ Kalameit,” Fabrics prepared, woven, dyed, and printed out 
of jute by patented process. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 31. 


Bonsor, Charles ; China Grass Comber and Spinner, Silk 
Dresser and Spinner ; Phoenix Works, Tags Road, 
Wakefield. 

Sample of China Grass (French China Grass or Ramie) in raw 
state, and various processes of manufacture. Samples of Yarns 
and various Fabrics for which this material is employed. Spun 
silk, machine and hand sewing' yarns. Lace, Hosiery, and other 
Yarns used in textile fabrics. (See also Class 34.) 

The County Down Flax Spinning and Weaving Co., Limited ; 

( Preston , Smyth, f Co. and Moreland Brothers, 
Amalgamated ), Donegall Square South, Belfast. 
Works, Loopbridge Mills, County Down, Ireland. 
Linens in the loom, dyed and bleached states. Linen Hand- 
kerchiefs in the bleached state. Linen Yarns, &c. 

Dawson, Mark, & Son ; Springhead Mills, Howling, Brad- 
ford. 

Various kinds of Yarn made from Rhea or China Grass, both 
in the grey and dyed state, including sewing or machine 
threads from the same. 

The Greenmount Spinning Co. ; Linen and Cotton Manu- 
facturers and Merchants ; 44, Upper Queen St., 
Belfast. Works, Greenmount Factory, Harold’s Cross, 
Dublin. 

Table Linens, Linen and Cotton Damasks, Sheetings, Glass 
and Tea Cloths, and Towels. Linen and Union Diapers. 
Towellings, Drills, and other linen and cotton goods for 
domestic and clothing purposes. 

Guynet, L. K., & Co. ; Linen Merchants and Manufacturers ; 
10, Chichester St., Belfast. Works, Lurgan Old Park 
and Portadown, Ireland. ( Paris House, H. Guynet 
et C'ie., 33, Rue du Sentier.) 

White Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs. Printed Linen and 
Cambric Handkerchiefs. White and Printed Linens and 
Unions. White, printed, and dyed Dress Linens. 

Jaffe Brothers ; Manufacturers and Bleachers ; Belfast. 
Works, Banford, Gilford, Ireland. ( Agent in Paris, 
E. Silz, 12, Rue des Jeuneurs.) 

Irish Linens and Handkerchiefs, unbleached, bleached, and 
printed. 

The Liverpool Spun Oakum Company ; Oakum Manufac- 
turers ; 9, North John St. Works, 3, Beacon St., 
Liverpool . 

Archibald’s Patent Machine Spun Oakum ready for caulking. 
Machine-made Oakum unspun. “ Stypium,” a pure antiseptic 
dressing for surgical and medicinal purposes. 

Marshall & Co. ; Flax Spinners, Linen and Thread Manu- 
facturers ; Leeds and Shreivsbury . 

Linen Threads, Linen Piece Goods. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 31. 


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Murphy, Joseph, & Son; Manufacturers and Bleachers of 
Damask Table Linen, &c. ; 14, Linen Hall St., Belfast, 
and 11 and 12, Milk St., London. Manufactory , 
Lurgan, Ireland. 

Damask Table Linen, Birdeye and Fancy Diaper, Sheetings, 
Shirting Linen, Colored and Fancy Table Linen, Cambric 
Handkerchiefs. 

Murphy & Reynolds ; Flax Spinners ; Drumcairne Mills, 
Armagh, Ireland. 

Linen Yarn. 

Rothenheim, Sigmund ; Inventor and Manufacturer of Pine- 
oleum Panama, and Fiji Fabrics; 166, Euston Road, 
London. 

Pinoleum, Panama and Fiji, being Fabrics of open texture woven 
of Pine, Panama Straw, and Rush from the Fiji Islands. Articles 
made therefrom. Blinds, Screens, Mats, Hats, Respirators, 
Chest Protectors, Abdominal Belts and Shoe Soles. 

Ullathorne & Co. ; Flax Spinners and Shoe Mercers ; 9, 
Gate St., London. Works, Barnard Castle, Durham. 

Shoe Threads, and materials for the manufacture of boots and 
shoes, and for sadlers’ and curriers’ use. 

Wilford, John, & Sous ; Linen Manufacturers ; Brompton, 
near Northallerton, Yorkshire. 

Plain and Fancy Linen and Union Drills, White and Coloured. 

York Street Flax Spinning Company, Limited ; Flax 
Spinners and Manufacturers ; Belfast, Ireland. ( Agent 
in Paris, William Crawford, 38, Rue des Jeuneurs .) 
Flax, Linen Yarns, and Linen Fabrics. 


Class 32. — Worsted IWrn and Fabrics. 

Combed wool, worsted yarn. 

Mousselines de laine, Scotch cashmere, merinos, serges, &c. 
Ribands and laces of wool, mixed with cotton or thread, silk, 
floss silk. Hair tissues, pure or mixed. 

Akroyd, James, & Son, Limited; Worsted Spinners and 
Manufacturers ; Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Worsted Yarns, both single and folded. Genappe or gassed 
yarns. Camel-hair Hosiery, Knitting, and Stocking Yarns. 
Worsted Coatings. Fancy Dress Goods, &c. 

Binns’ Patent Endless Band Company, Limited ; Inventors 
and Manufacturers of Endless and Fancy Cords , End- 
less and Double Looped Spindle Bands ; Oak Mills, 
Lowmoor, near Bradford, Yorkshire . 

Picture Cords in silk, wool, and cotton. Trimming Cords in 
silk, wool, and cotton. Wool and Silk Trimming Cords. 
Endless and Double-looped Window Blind Cords ; and Curtain 
Loops and Fixings. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 32. 


Donisthorpe, A. It. ; Spinner and Manufacturer ; Leicester. 
Worsted and Lamb’s Wool Yarns. English and Foreign 
Knitting, Cashmere, Fingering, Fleecy, Carpet, Embroidery, 
Merino, Cotton and other Yarns, China Grass Fabrics, Shet- 
land Shawls, Squares, Ties, &e. Hosiery and Fancy Articles. 

Dorrington, B., & Co. ; Merchants ; 42 and 43, Gutter Lane , 
London. 

China Camlets, plain colours. Black and coloured Lustres, all 
made of English yarn. Buntings for Flags. 

Foster, John, & Son; Spinners and Manufacturers ; Black 
Dike Mills, Queensbury, near Bradford. 

Ladies’ Dress Goods, Coatings, and Linings, consisting of 
Alpaca and Mohair Brilliantines, Glaces, Lustres, Serges, 
Twills, Figures, and Mantle Cloths. Single and Two-fold 
Worsted, Alpaca, and Mohair Yarns. Mohair and Worsted 
Genappes. 

Foster, William & Henry; Worsted Spinners and Manu- 
facturers ; Denholme Mills, near Bingley, and Well 
St., Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Union and Worsted Serges de Berri. 

Haley, Alfred, & Co.; Worsted Spinners and Manufacturers ; 
Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Coloured, Mottled, Mixture, Melange, Coating, Lustre, Demi- 
lustre, and Fancy Yarns. 

Priestman, John, & Co.; Spinners and Manufacturers; 

Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Worsted Goods, including Silk Warp Paramattas, Princettas, 
Persian Cords, and other cords. Coburgs, Double Warp Yarn 
Dyed Paramattas, Italian Cloth, plain and fancy, all Wool 
Coatings, &c. Wool, Tops, Noils, and Yarns, suitable for 
Worsted Trade. Cotton Cops, and Cotton on Bobbins and 
Warps, Silk on Bobbins and Silk Warps. 

Scarborough Brothers ; Worsted Spinners and Manufac- 
turers ; Trafalgar Works, Halifax. 

Knitting, Fingering, and Fringe Yarns, Fleecy, Berlin, Merino, 
and Andalusian Wools, Worsted Yarns for Warp and Weft. 
All kinds of plain and fancy Dress Fabrics, Worsted Coatings, 
and Mantle Cloths, Damasks (Union and Worsted), and Reps 
for hangings and furniture. 

Smithson, Joseph, & Co.; Manufacturers and Printers of 
Worsted Dress Stuffs ; Brunswick Mills and Park 
Print Works, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Dress Stuffs, printed fast colours, and warranted not to cockle. 

Stansfeld, Brown, & Co. ; Merchants and Manufacturers ; 
Bradford, Yorkshire, 

Lastings and Serges de Berri, used in the manufacture of 
Boots and Shoes. 

Tankard, James; Worsted Spinner; Upper Croft Mill, 
Bowling, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Raw Wool, Tops, Yarn. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 33. 


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Class 33. — Woollen Yarn and Fabrics. 


Carded wool and woollen yarn. 

Cloth and other woollen fabrics. 

Blankets. Felt of wool or hair for carpets, hats. 

Shoes. 

Woollen fabrics unmilled, or slightly milled; flannel, tartans, 
swansdown. 

Alexanders & Co.; Woollen Manufacturers; Weensland 
Mills, Hawick, Scotland. 

Scotch Tweeds for Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Clothing, and Mauds 
or travelling Plaids. 

Armitage Brothers ; Woollen Manufacturers ; New Street, 
Huddersfield. 

Woollen and Worsted Coatings. 

Barber, Joshua, & Sons ; Fancy Woollen Manufacturers ; 
Holme Bridge, Hucldersfield. 

Fancy Worsted Coatings. Fancy Woollen Coatings and 
Trouserings. 

Birchall, J. D., & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers; Wellington 
St., and Burley Mills, Leeds. 

Woollen and Worsted Fancy Coatings. 

Bliss, William, &Son; Fancy Woollen Manufacturers, In- 
ventors ; Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. 

Tweeds of all kinds. Saddler’s Woollens of all kinds. Serges 
for Civil, Naval, and Military purposes. Coatings, in great 
variety, Railway Rugs, Travelling Mauds, Ladies’ Shawls, and 
Cloakings. 

Bogue, Lees, & Co.; Woollen Manufacturers; Comely Bank 
Mill, Galashiels, Scotland. 

All Wool Scotch Tweeds. 

Brier, George ; Woollen Manufacturer ; Canal Bridge Mills, 
Huddersfield. 

Fancy Woollen and Cheviot Coatings, and Serges unmilled 
and slightly milled. 

Brook, J. & D. ; Woollen Manufacturers; 4, Park Place, 
Tweeds ; Works, Albert and Prospect Mills, Morley, 
near Leeds. 

Union Meltons. 

Brooke, James, & Son; Woollen Manufacturers; Bradley 
Mills, and Estate Buildings, Huddersfield. 

Worsted Coatings and Trouserings. Woollen Trouserings. 
Black and Blue Diagonals and Venetians. Drab Bedford 
Cords. Black Doeskins. 


Brown Brothers; 

Scotch Tweeds. 


Buckholm Mill, Galashiels, Scotland. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 33. 


Brown, Linstead, & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; 1 37, 
Cheapside , London . Works, 4, Duke St., Manchester. 
Woven Seal Skin Travelling Rugs, dyed and printed. Cloth 
Travelling Rugs. Saddle Mats. Couch and Chair Covers. 

Brown, Wm., & Sons ; Woollen Manufacturers; Wilderbank 
Mills , Galashiels, Scotland. 

Scotch Tweeds. 

Brown, John ; Manufacturer of Woollen and Bedford Cords; 

Lion Mills, Bay Hall, Huddersfield. 

Woollen Cords, woven with races or floating spools into which 
knives are introduced and the floating threads are cut ; the 
cut threads are then piled or raised to an upright position, thus 
making a piled fabric somewhat like a velvet, but with a ribbed 
appearance. Bedford Cords ; in these the ribs are woven and 
not obtained by cutting and piling. 

Brydone & Brown; Woollen Yarn Manufacturers; Yarrow 
Mill , Selkirk, Scotland. 

Woollen Yarns for Scotch Tweeds and for other fabrics. 

Bull & Wilson ; Cloth Merchants ; 52, Si. Martin’s Lane, 
London. (Paris, 12, Rue Monsigny.') 

All English Manufactured Woollen and Cotton Fabrics used 
by clothiers. 

Byrom, Robert ; Woollen Manufacturer ; Slackcote Mills, 
Delph, near Manchester. 

Woollen Shawls. Travelling or Carriage Rugs. 

Carr, Isaac, & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Twerton Mills, 
Bath. 

Single Milled and Treble Milled Miltons. Elysian and Patent 
Beavers. Sable and Fur Beavers. Sardinians. Oxonians. 
Oriental Twills and Fancy Coatings. Waterproofed Tweeds. 

Child, William ; Fancy Woollen Manufacturer ; Shelley, 
near Huddersfield. 

Imitation Sealskins. Astracan Cloths, &c., of Woollen Mohair 
and Cotton. 

Clark, John & Thomas ; Trowbridge, Wiltshire. 

Coatings and Trowserings. 

Clegg, Jesse ; Woollen Manufacturer ; King's Head 
Buildings, Cloth Hall, Huddersfield. Works, Engine 
Bridge Mill, Folly Hall, Huddersfield. 

Fancy Cheviots and Tweeds for Suits and Ulsters. 

Cochrane, Adam L., & Brothers ; Woollen Manufacturers ; 

Netherdale, Galashiels, Scotland. 

Scotch Fancy Tweeds. 

Dalziel, James, & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Tweedholm 
Mills, Walkerburn, Peeb/eshire, Scotland. 

Scotch Tweeds for Gentlemen’s wear. 


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Denham, J. W., & Co.; Worsted Manufacturers; Britannia 
Mills, Colne Road, Huddersfield. 

Fancy Medium Worsted Coatings. 

Dodgshun, Isaac, & Co.; Woollen Manufacturers; 86, 
Basinghall St., and Mount Mills, Leeds. 

Meltons, Pilots, Union Cloths, and Print Meltons in broad 
cloths. 

Dyson, Joseph, & Sons ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Milns- 
bridge, near Huddersfield. 

Worsted, Venetian, Moscow, Beaver, Pilot, Diagonal, and 
Satarra Coatings. Woaded Black Doe, and Prunella. 

Fraser & Smith ; Woollen Warehousemen, Designers; In- 
verness, Scotland. 

Scotch Homespun, named District, and other Tweeds, Railway 
Wrappers, Clan Tartans, &c. ; Mauds. 

Grledhill, Thomas ; Huddersfield. 

Woollen Cloths. 

Haigh, George; Woollen Manufacturer; 21, Upperhead 
Roic, Huddersfield. Works, Brook Mills, Slaithwaite, 
Huddersfield. 

Fancy Woollens. 

Hargreave & Nusseys; Worsted and Woollen Manufac- 
turers ; Boar Lane, Leeds. Works, Farnley Low 
Mills, Farnley , near Leeds. 

Worsted Coatings and Cloakings. Woollen Coatings and 
Overcoatings. 

Hepworth, B., & Sons; Manufacturers; Neiv Wakefield 
Mills, Dewsbury . 

Carriage, Railway, and Travelling Rugs in variety of style and 
texture; Mantle-cloths, Sealskins, &c. 

Hewitt & Kemp ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Innox Mill, 
Trowbridge, Wilts. 

Meltons. Twilled, Ribbed, and Fancy Coatings, Beavers, 
Venetians, &c. 

Hooper, Charles, &Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Eastington 
Mil Is, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. 

Superfine Cloths, black, blue, &c., Superfine Military Cloths, 
scarlet, &c., &c. Superfine Livery Cloths, and Carriage Cloths. 
Coatings, various. Trouserings and Suitings. Hooper’s 
Elastics, &c., &c. Elysians and Beavers. Gloving Cloths and 
Fine Flannels. 

Hudson Sykes, & Bousfield ; Woollen Manufacturers; Wel- 
lington St., Leeds, and Springfield Mills, Morley, 
Leeds. 

Union Cloths. Cotton Warp Coatings, Cloakings and 
Worsteds. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 33. 


Incorporated Chamber of Commerce ; Huddersfield. 

Plain and Fancy Woollens, exhibited by the Huddersfield 
Woollen Manufacturers’ Association. 

Johnston, James, & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers; Newmill, 
Elgin, Scotland. 

Vicuna Shawls. Tweeds and Reversible Cloths. Woollen 
Tweeds, Mauds, and Rugs. 

Jones, Pryce ; Manufacturer and Inventor; Newtown, North 
Wales. 

Welsh Flannel, Shawls, Tweeds, Homespuns, Yarns. Made 
up Clothing for the poor and public institutions. Patent 
Euklisia Blankets for army, camp, and travelling purposes. 

Labron, John; Woollen Manufacturer ; 46, Park Square, 
Leeds. 

Uniform and Carriage Cloths. 

Lord, E., & Co. ; Flannel Manufacturers ; Rocks Mill, Small- 
bridge, Rochdale. ( Agent in Paris, Romain Weiss, 
Faubourg Poissonniere, 32.) 

White and Coloured, Plain, all-Wool Flannels. Saxony Scarlets, 
Electorate, and Imitations. 

Lupton, William, & Co.; Woollen Cloth Merchants and 
Manufacturers; Wellington Street, Leeds. 

Plain and Fancy Mediums, Coatings, and Carriage Cloths. 

McLaurin, Peter, Son, & Co.; Scotch Tweed Manufacturers ; 
Langholm, Dumfriesshire. 

Scotch Tweeds. Black and Blue Cheviots, &c. 

Mahony Martin & Brothers ; 3, Camden Quay, Cork, 
Ireland ; Works, Blarney Tweed Factory, Co. Cork. 
Double warp all wool Tweeds, and Mangerton Tweeds. Indigo- 
blue Tuskar Boating Serge. Worsted Coatings. Mangerton 
Railway Wraps. 

Marling & Co. ; Woollen Cloth Manufacturers ; Ebley and 
Stanley Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

Superfine Cloths, Beavers, Meltons, Elastics, Venetians, Doe- 
skins, Cassimeres, &c. 

Mellor, Thomas, & Son; Fancy Woollen Manufacturers; 
Thongs Bridge Mills, near Huddersfield. 

Black and Blue Worsted Coatings, Worsted Coatings infancy 
mixed colourings. Fancy Worsted trouserings. Fancy Wool- 
len Tweeds in coatings and trouserings, and cheviots. 

Mitchell, Coats, & Co. ; Manufacturers ; Tweed Place Mills, 
Galashiels. 

Scotch Tweed trouserings and suitings, and Fancy Worsted 
Trouserings and Coatings. 

Neave, S., & Sons ; Wool Carders and Felt Manufacturers; 
7, Peel St., Manchester. 

Washed and Carded Wools, white and coloured, prepared for 
felting. Felt Hat bodies and other Felts, 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 33. 


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Paton, J. & D., & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Tillicoultry, 
Scotland. 

Woollen Shawls, Scotch Tweeds, &c. 

Porter, H. G., Co. ; 43, Bow Lane, London. Works, Harris 
Saint Kilda , and Shetland Islands, Scotland. 
(. Agents in Paris, A. Charbonne fy Cie., 30, Rue Notre 
Dame des Victoires.) 

Highland Homespun and Hand-loom-woven Tweed and 
Costume Fabrics. Vicugna, Cashmere, Cheviot, and Botany 
Wool Dress Materials. 

Ritchie, Alfred, 8c Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Ham Mills, 
Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

Black, Blue, and Fancy Coloured Coatings. 

Ross, Will., 8c Sons; Woollen Manufacturers; Brookfield 
Mills, Alva, Scotland. 

Woollen Shawls, Handkerchiefs, and Tartan piece goods. 

Salter, Samuel, & Co . ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Home and 
Duke St. Mills, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. 

Plain and Fancy Trouserings, and Coatings in Wool and Silk 
Mixture. 

Sanderson, Hugh, & Son; Woollen Manufacturers; Dean 
Bank Mill, Galashiels, Scotland. 

Scotch Tweed Trouserings and Suitings. 

Sanderson, R. 8c A., & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Gala 
Mills, Galashiels, Scotland. 

Scotch Tweeds and Mauds : — Cheviot and Saxony qualities. 
Winter and Summer substances. 

Shaw, John, & Co. ; Woollen Merchants; 18, John William 
St., Huddersfield. 

Fabrics for Overcoats, Jackets, and Trouserings. Suitings in 
Cheviot fine wool and carded wool. Alpacas and Pachas for 
men and women’s clothing, and for linings. 

Sheard, Michael, & Sons ; Woollen Manufacturers ; Batley, 
Yorkshire. 

Army and other Woollen Cloths. 

Smith, Robert, 8c Son ; Woollen Manufacturers and Spinners ; 
Park Vale and Hay ford Mills, Stirling , Scotland ; 
and 37, Glasshouse Street, Regent Street, London. 
Scotch Tweeds and Cloths. 

Stanton & Son ; Woollen Cloth Manufacturers ; Stafford 
Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

Specimens of Superfine Cloths, Billiard Cloths, Hunters, Coat- 
ings, Doeskins, &c. 

Stubley, George & James; Woollen Manufacturers; Bot- 
toms Mills, Batley , and Calder Mills, Wakefield, 
Yorkshire. 

Heavy Woollens, Hz., Beavers, Presidents, Pilots, Naps, Wit- 
neys, Friezes, Fur Coatings, Cheviots, Mantlings, Velvets, &c. 


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■CLASS S3. 


Sykes, Godfrey, & Son ; Manufacturers of Astracans, Seal- 
skins, and Fancy Mantle Cloths ; Mold Green , 
H udder sfi e l d. 

Samples of different kinds and qualities of Woven Sealskins, 
Polarians, Astracans, for Ladies’ Mantles and Trimmings. 

Taylor & Co. ; Woollen Manufacturers; Holme Mill, Golcar, 
near Huddersfield. 

Fancy Woollen Fabrics. 

Taylor & Littlewood ; Manufacturers and Inventors of 
Cloths ; Newsome Mills, near Huddersfield. 

Woollen, Worsted, and Silk Cassimeres, of -| and f widths, 
and very fine f Worsted Coatings. 

Taylor, J. T., & Co.; Woollen Manufacturers; 10, John 
William St., Huddersfield ; Works, Ribbleden Mills, 
Holnfirth, near Huddersfield. 

Woollen Cloths. 

Thomson, William, & Sons; Woollen Cloth Manufacturers, 
Inventors ; Huddersfield. 

All Wool Cloths for Coatings and Trouserings. 

Trenchard, George, & Co.; Woollen Cloth Manufacturers; 

Winsham, Somerset. 

All Wool Drah Devons, or Box Cloths for Coachmen’s Over- 
coats. Various shades in Drab, Blue, Brown, &c. 

Turner, J. Brooke, & Co. ; Fancy Woollen and Worsted 
Manufacturers; Albert Mills, Albert St., Lockwood, 
Huddersfield. 

Fancy Fabrics of Woollen and Worsted. 

Watson, William, & Sons ; Tweed Manufacturers; Danger- 
field Mills, Hawick, Scotland. 

Scotch Tweeds and Coatings from Yarns of our own manufacture. 

The Welsh Woollen Manufacturing Company, Limited ; 

Newtown and Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, North 
Wales. ( Agent in Paris, B. W. Lucas, 19, Hue Paul 
Lelong.) 

Welsh Tweeds, Woollen Shirtings, and Flannels. 

Whitehead, R. R., & Brothers, Limited; F’elt and Cloth 
Manufacturers, Inventors; 10 , Endell St., Long Acre, 
London ; and Wandle Felt Works, Mitcham, Surrey. 
White and Coloured Felts for hammers and dampers of piano- 
fortes; Felts and Cloths for the mechanical parts of same. 

Willans, Thomas B., & Co.; Flannel Manufacturers; 19, 
Lawrence Lane, City, London ; and Vale Mills, 
Rochdale, Lancashire. 

Domestic Flannels of all descriptions. White and dyed Saxony 
Electorals for under clothing. Fancy Woven and Printed Flan- 
nels for shirtings and morning costumes. Army and Navy 
Flannels. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 34. 


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Class 34. — Silk and Silk Fabrics. 

Raw and thrown silk. Floss silk yarn. 

Silk fabrics, pure, plain, figured, brocaded. Silk fabrics mixed 
with gold, silver, cotton, wool, thread. 

Manufactures of floss silk, pure or mixed. 

Velvet and plush. 

Silk ribands, pure or mixed. 

Adams & Co. ; Silk (Embroidery) Manufacturers ; 56a, City 
Road, London. Paris, 52, Rue Billault. 

Knitting, Embroidery, and Filoselle Silks. 

Andrew, Burrowes, & Attkins ; Silk Manufacturers ; 59, 
George St., Manchester; 18, Bread St., London. 
Works, Wellington Mill, Macclesfield. ( Agents in 
Paris, Patte, Freres, 10, Rue des Jeuneurs.) 

Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs and Dress Goods. 

Ashworth, M., & Co. ; Silk Spinners ; Caldershaw Silk Mill, 
Rochdale. 

Silk Yarns, made from waste silk, in all states of progress, from 
the waste silk to silk yarn, suitable for the manufacture of 
lace, hosiery, ribbons, velvets, embroidery fringes, fancy dress 
goods, &c., &c. 

Barbour & Miller ; Manufacturers; 139, Brook St., Mile 
End, Glasgow, and 16, Paternoster Square, London. 

Silk and Wool Tapestry, panelled curtains in early English, 
Indian, &c., designs, in three to ten colours. Piece goods of 
the same fabric. 

Behrens, Louis ; Manufacturer ; 41, Portland Street, Man- 
chester. 

Black and Coloured Velvets, Velveteens, Cord and Moleskins. 
Silk-faced Velvets. 

Birchenough, John; Silk Manufacturer; 145, Cheapside, 
London, and Park Lane Mills, Macclesfield. 

Figured and Plain Cutups and Dress goods ; Figured and Plain 
Ladies and Gentlemen’s Scarfs and Mufflers; Fancy Handker- 
chiefs, Surats of all sizes. Spun Silk and Mixed Dress Goods, 
Scarfs, Mufflers, &c. Raw and Thrown Silks. 

Bonsor, Charles ; China Grass Comber and Spinner, Silk 
Dresser and Spinner ; Phoenix Works, Ings Road. 
Wakefield. 

Spun-silk Machine and Hand-sewing Yarns. (Exhibited in 
Class 31.) 

Brocklehurst, J. & T., & Sous ; Silk Manufacturers and 
Waste Silk Spinners ; Macclesfield, Cheshire, and 33, 
Milk St., London. 

Silk Handkerchiefs and Scarves, Thrown Silk and Spun Silk 
Yarns. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 34. 


Brough, J. & J., Nicholson, & Co.; Manufacturers; Leek, 
Staffordshire, and 30 Milk St., Cheapside, London. 
Manufacturers of Hand and Machine Sewing Silks and Twists 
of every description ; Cotton Braids, Tailors’ Mohair and Silk 
Braids; Worsted and Mohair Costume Braids and Trimmings, 
Cotton and Silk twilled bindings. Galloons, Ferrets, Boot Webs, 
Stay bindings, &c., &c. 

Clabburn, Sons, & Crisp ; Manufacturers, Inventors ; Pitt 
St., Norwich. 

Silk Warp Paramattas and other Mourning Fabrics. All Silk 
and various mixed Textile Fabrics for Ladies’ Dresses. Silk 
Scarves and Mufflers. Tapestries, Table Covers, Rugs, and 
other Fabrics for Furniture. 

Clayton, Marsdens, Holden, & Co., Limited ; Silk Spinners ; 

Wellington Mills, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Waste Silk, and specimens in various stages of preparation. 
Spun Silk Yarns and Twists. Woven Fabrics made of Spun 
Silk. 

Comes, W. W., & Co.; Silk Manufacturers, Inventors; 
Park Mills, Macclesfield. 

Figured Damasks ; Surats, all sizes ; plain and figured Mufflers ; 
plain and figured Handkerchiefs ; plain and figured Ladies’ 
Scarves) exhibited in Messrs. D. Evans & Co.’s case). 

Courtauld, S., & Co. ; 19, Aldermanbury, London. Works, 
Braintree, Halstead, Booking, and Chelmsford, Essex. 

Silk Crape and Aerophanes, black and coloured, and black 
Crape Veils. 

Critchley, Brinsley, & Co. ; Silk Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
Bridge Street, Macclesfield. 

Silk Scarves and Handkerchiefs for ladies’ wear. (Exhibited 
in Messrs. D. Evans & Co.’s case.) 

Dean, William, 8c Son ; Elastic Web Manufacturers ; Monk 
St. Mills, Derby. 

Elastic Webs of guaranteed Pure Silk. Patent Victoria Elastic 
Gaiter Boots. 

Evans, David, & Co. ; Silk Manufacturers ; 1, Wood St., 
Cheapside, London. Works, Aylesbury, Crayford, 
Macclesfield. 

Silk and Printed Silk Handkerchiefs. Silk Scarves. Tussores. 
Printed Silk Quilts. 

Gibson, S., jun. ; Silk Manufacturer ; Wellington Mill, 
Leek, Staffordshire. ( Agent in Paris, M. May, 14 , 
line Thevenot.) 

Sewing Silks. Tailors’ Twists. Machine Twists. Em- 
broidery. Deccas. Floss. Filoselle. Spun Machine Twists. 
Spun Sewings, &c. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 34. 


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Grout & Co. ; Manufacturers ; 12, Foster Lane , Cheap side, 
London. 

Black and Coloured Silk Crapes, Crape Veils, Fancy Scarfs, 
and Handkerchiefs, manufactured entirely from Silk subjected 
to a peculiar mode of treatment. The Crape can be dyed any 
colour. 

Hadwen, Jno., & Sons ; Silk Spinners ; Kebroyd Mills, near 
Halifax, Yorks. 

Waste Silk Specimens. Waste Silk in the various processes, 
for spinning yarns. Specimens of Lace, Velvets, and Cloth 
made from Spun Silk. 

Hilditch, G. & J. B. ; Silk Manufacturers, Inventors and 
Makers of the Double Satin Twill and Duplex Corded 
Silk; 11 Sj- 12, Cheapside, and 41, Old Change, 
London. 

Black Duplex Corded Silks and Double Satin Twills of 
absolutely pure dye. Coloured Satin Twills, Satins, Flag 
Silks, &c. 

Holme, George ; Manufacturer ; Bath St. Mills, Derby, and 
37, Booth St., Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Silk, Wool, and Cotton Elastic Webs for Boot gussets, various 
styles. Union and all worsted Serges de Berri and Lastings for 
Boots. ( See also Indian Section.) 

Jackson, J. & F. ; Silk Manufacturers; Sutton Mills, Mac- 
clesfield. 

Silk Goods (pure). Mufflers. Handkerchiefs. Surats. Tissues. 
Ladies’ Scarfs, &c. 

Kay & Richardson ; Manufacturers, Inventors ; 39, 
Gutter Lane, London , Paris, 36, Rue d’ Enghien. 
Black Crape for mourning attire. The newly invented Rain- 
proof Crape, guaranteed not to spot with rain. 

Lloyd, Attree, & Smith; Manufacturers; 32 <$- 33, Wood 
St., London. 

Gentlemen’s Scarfs, Cravats, Collars, Shirts, &c. 

Nicholson, J. 0. ; Silk Manufacturer and Throwster ; Hope 
Mills, The Dams , Macclesfield, and 24, Milk St., 
London. 

Woven Silks. Plain and figured Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, and 
Mufflers. Damasks and Brocades for Furniture, &c. Thrown 
Silks, not dyed. 

The Norwich Crape Company, Limited; Silk Crape Manu- 
' facturers ; St. Augustine's Factory, Norwich. 

Silk Crape, and Silk Crape Veils. 

Patterson, Wm., & Sons ; Silk Merchants and Throwsters 
Nottingham. 

Thrown Silks of various descriptions. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 34. 


Peters & Co. ; Elastic Web Manufacturers, Silk Throw- 
sters ; City Road Mills , Derby , and Bellevue Works, 
Borrowash, near Derby. 

Elastic Webs for Boots and Shoes in all classes and styles in 
black and colours, in Silk, Wool, and Cotton. Thrown 
Silk in Tram and Organzine for manufacturing purposes. 

Pim Brothers & Co. ; Manufacturers of Irish Poplins, &c. ; 
22, William St., Dublin. 

Irish Poplins of different qualities, composed of Silk and 
Woollen Yarn, for ladies’ dresses. Furniture Silk Terries, 
plain, figured, and brocaded. 

Rickards, Charles Ays cough ; Manufacturer of Sewing aud 
Embroidery Silks ; Bell Busk Mills, via Leeds. 
{Agent in Paris, J. L. Pollock, 25, Rue Thevenot.) 

Coloured Silk Reels on which are displayed specimens of sew- 
ing-machine Silk, hand-sewing Silk, Embroidery Silk, and 
Button-hole Silk. 

Salter & Whiter ; Silk Manufacturers ; 8, Milk St., 
Cheapside, London ; Works, Middleton and Sudbury. 

Manufactured Silk Goods, viz., Black Silks for dresses. 
Black and coloured Collar Velvets. Black and coloured Silk 
Serges. 

Slater, Buckingham, & Co. ; Silk Manufacturers ; 35, 
Wood Street, Cheapside, London ; Works, Spital- 
fields, London. 

Gentlemen’s Cravat Silks in the piece. Silk Scarfs. Made-up 
Cravats. Umbrellas. 

Thompson, William, & Co., Limited ; Silk Spinners ; Gal- 
gate Silk Mills, near Lancaster. {Agent in Paris, 
II. II. Skepper, 25, Rue Thevenot.) 

Long and short fibred Silk Yarns — throstle and Mule Spun — 
made from Cocoons, Husks, and Knubs, and Throwsters 
Wastes, Grey and in the dyed state, showing Yarns suitable 
for Dress Goods, Bandannas, Lace, Net, Embroidery, Sewings, 
Ribbons, and Velvets. 

Turner, Archibald, & Co.; Elastic Fabric Manufacturers, 
&c., Inventors ; Bow Bridge Works, Leicester. 

Elastic Fabrics, woven and braided, suitable for boots and 
shoes, and domestic prirposes of every description. 

Vanner, J., & Sons ; Silk Manufacturers ; Coleman Street, 
London. Works, Haverhill, Essex, and Glemsford, 
Suffolk. 

Silks for Umbrellas and Parasols made with the old English 
dyes. 

Virgoe, Middleton, & Co.; Silk Manufacturers ; 34, Wood 
St., London. 

Silk Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, and Mufflers. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 34. 


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Ward, Anthony, & Co. ; Silk Manufacturers; Albion Mills , 
Leek , Staffordshire. {Agent in Paris, E. Goudchaux, 
60, Boulevard de Sebastopol .) 

Sewing Silks used by Tailors, Saddlers, Milliners and Stay 
Manufacturers. Machine Twist for use in all descriptions of 
sewing machines. 

Watson & Co. ; Silk Manufacturers; London Mills, London 
St., Leek, Staffordshire. 

Machine Silk for Sewing Machines. Sewing Silks for Tailors, 
&c. Silk and Legee Twist for button holes. Purse Twist. 
Machine Silk for tailors, bootmakers, &c. Filoselle and Em- 
broidery Silk. Knitting Silk for hosiery. Tram and Organ- 
zine for making piece silks. Prussian Bindings and Braids for 
trimmings. 

Welch, Margetson, & Co.; Manufacturers; 16 and 17, 
Cheapside, London. 

Silk Scarfs, Neckties, Mufflers, and Handkerchiefs. Umbrellas. 


Class 35 — Shawls. 

Woollen shawls, pure or mixed. 

Cashmere shawls. 

Silk shawls, &c. 

Farmer & Rogers ; Be gent Street, London. 

Cashmere Shawls, &c. (Exhibited in Indian Section.) 

Kashmir, His Highness the Maharajah ofp.Sirinaghar. 

Shawls, &c. (Exhibited in Indian Section,) 

Otilman (Les Fils) & Co. ; 2, Rue Drouot, Paris. 

Shawls, &c., exhibited in Indian Section. {See also Class 39.) 


Class 36. — Lace, Net, Embroidery, and Trimmings. 

Thread or cotton lace made with the distaff, the needle, or the 
loom. 

Lace made of silk, worsted, or mohair. 

Gold and silver lace. 

Silk or cotton net, plain or figured. 

Tambour embroidery, crochet-work, &c. Gold, silver, and silk 
embroidery. Church embroidery. Embroidery ; tapestry and 
other work done by the hand. 

Lace-work and trimmings of silk, floss silk, worsted, mohair, 
horsehair, thread, and cotton ; laces. 

Lace-work and trimmings, real or imitation ; lace-work for 
military uniforms. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 36. 


Adams, Thomas, & Co., Limited ; Lace Manufacturers ; 
Stoney St., Nottingham. Works, Sherwood Hill, 
near Nottingham. 

Lace Curtains. Silk and Cotton Laces and Nets. Lace 
Mantles, Frillings, Underclothing, Hosiery, &c. 

Bauer, Mrs. Adolphus W. ; Ladies’ and Children’s Outfitter, 
Inventor ; 64, Oxford Street, and 84, Wells Street, 
London. ( Agent in Paris, F. Fortin, 11, Rue des 
Filles St, Thomas .) 

Hand-sewn Embroideries. (Exhibited in Class 37.) 

Copestake, Hughes, Crampton, & Co. ; Lace and Muslin 
Manufacturers ; 5, Bow Churchyard, London, and at 
Nottingham. 

Real Honiton Laces. Real Maltese Laces. Irish Guipre Laces. 
Lace Curtains. Every description of Nottingham machine- 
made Laces, and Nets. 

Gardner, J., & Sons ; Lamp Manufacturers, Inventors j 453, 
Strand, and 3 <§• 4, JDuncannon St., London. 

Embroidery (new character), exhibited in Class 27- (Exhibit 
also in Classes 20 and 27-) 

Heaton, John Aldam; Artist-Decorator, Inventor, and 
Manufacturer ; 29, Bloomsbury Square, L^ondon, and 
Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Embroidery for domestic and ecclesiastical purposes. (See also 
Class 18.) 

Howell, James, & Co. ; Silk Mercers, Lacemen, &c., Manu- 
facturers ; 5, 7, 9, Regent St., London. 

Suite of English Lace manufactured in Devonshire and gene- 
rally known as “ Honiton ” Lace. The suite consists of Wide 
Volant, Garniture, Handkerchief, and Fan. The design is 
modelled on the plan of the most advanced style of Flemish 
Lace in the 17th century, the ground resembles the open 
Argantan Bride, alternate with the finest Mechlin, while 
the border is nearly straight, but beautifully broken up with 
almost endless variety of detail, extending without repetition 
for nearly a yard. The Trophies represent music, poetry, and 
painting, set off in medallions of several different delicate pro- 
portions. (Exhibit also in Class 20.) 

Kulp, H. N., & Son ; Manufacturers and Merchants ; Not- 
tingham. 

Lace Goods of all sorts. 

The Ladies Work Society, H.R.H. the Princess Louise, 
Marchioness of Lome, President ; 31, Sloane St., 
London. 

Applique Needlework for the Morning Room in the House 
of the Royal Commissioners at the Paris Exhibition of 1878, 
viz.: — A Frieze of Japanese design on textile fabric of gold- 
coloured silk, representing various subjects, illustrated by 
figures, birds, and flowers. A Panelling for Walls of olive 
green plush, with border of conventional design on brown 
satin ground. Curtains with the same border and design. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 36. 


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Mallet, Henry, & Sons ; Lace Manufacturers ; Mary Gate , 
Nottingham. Works, New Basford, near Notting- 
ham. 

Imitations of Spanish, Valenciennes, Bruges, Brabant, and 
other hand-made Laces. 

Marlborough, Duchess of; Viceregal Lodge , Dublin. 

Lace Flounce, 1 1 yards ; Lace Lappet : worked by the girls of 
the Youghal Convent School, co. Cork. Irish Point Lace Fan 
(mounted) ; Imitation Brussels Lace Fan (unmounted) ; five 
pair of embroidered Kid Gloves; embroidered Banner; Irish 
Point Lace Pocket-handkerchief; specimen of plain work: 
worked at Parsonstown Industrial School, King’s County. 
Nine specimens of embroidery worked on net : worked at 
Bangor Manufactory, co. Down. Ribbon Embroidery on 
Satin (broad and narrow) ; Satin embroidered for shoes : 
worked at the Cashel Industrial School, co. Tipperary. 
Child’s Dress in cut work : worked at Monaghan Industrial 
School, co. Monaghan. Six pair knitted Lace Socks ; a 
knitted Shetland Shawl; two pair of knitted Silk Stockings; 
two knitted Jackets ; one knitted Cape : worked by the Blind 
Inmates of the Merrion Industrial School, Dublin. 

Rothschild, Lady de ; 6 , Buckingham Gate , London , and 
Tring Park, 'Bring, Hertfordshire. 

Specimens of Buckinghamshire Pillow Lace, the results of a 
recent revival in the local industry of the Aylesbury district 
encouraged and promoted by the exhibitor and other ladies of 
the county. 

Royal School of Art Needlework ; Exhibition Road, South 
Kensington, London. 

Curtains and Coverings for Furniture suitable for drawing 
rooms, embroidered in various styles. 

Smith, George John ; 31, St. Aubyn's Road, Upper Nor- 
wood, Surrey. Paris. 

Irish Laces. 

Stiebel, Kaufmann, & Co. ; Lace Manufacturers ; St. 
Mary's Gate, Nottingham. {Agent in Paris, Camille 
Varenne, 40, Rue Notre Dame des Victoires.) 

Veils, Fichus, Nets, and Laces. 

Sweetman, C. ; Manufacturer ; 40, Avenue de la Motte 
Piquet, Paris. 

Children’s Costumes. Boys’ Scotch Dresses. Baby Linen. 
Embroidery. 

Vallance, Miss Fanny; 43, Porchester Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London. 

Four Pieces of Embroidery in Crewel work for the panels of a 
folding fire screen, designed and worked by the Exhibitor. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 37. 


Class 37. — Hosiery and Under-clothing and Accessories 

op Clothing. 

Hosiery of cotton, thread, wool, cashmere, silk or floss-silk, 
pure or mixed. Elastic fabrics. Under-clothing for men, women, 
and children ; baby linen. Flannel and other woollen garments. 

Stays, scarves, gloves, gaiters, garters, braces, fans, screens, 
umbrellas, parasols, walking-sticks, &c. 

Allen, Solly, & Co. ; Hosiers ; 8, King Edward St., 

Neivgate St., London. Works , Nottingham and 
Godaiming . 

Samples of high-class Hosiery in cotton, wool, silk, Lisle 
Thread and Merino. 

Appleyard, H., & Co. ; Manufacturing Hosiers ; Balbriggan, 
Ireland , and 36, Lower Sackville St., Dublin. 

Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Hosiery. 

Aston, William; Button Manufacturer; Princip Street 
Works, Birmingham. { Agent in Paris , M. May, 14, 
Rue Thevenot .) 

Buttons made of Cloth, Silk, Mohair, Linen, Metal, Zinc, Iron, 
Ivory, Wood, Buffalo Horn, and Buckles. 

Bauer, Mrs. Adolphus W. ; Ladies’ and Children’s Outfitter, 
Inventor and Manufacturer ; 64, Oxford St., and 
84, Wells St., London. ( Agent in Paris , F. Fortin, 
11, Rue des Filles St. Thomas.) 

Improved shapes in Ladies’ and Children’s Underclothing, 
Baby Linen, Infants’ Bassinette, Basket, &c. Embroideries 
and Lace. 

Debenham & Freebody; Silk Manufacturers ; Wigmore 
Street and Welheck. Street, London. {Paris, 17, Rue 
St. Marc.) 

Ladies’ Silk Hosiery of exceptionally fine qualities. Plain and 
embroidered Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Fine Silk and Spun-silk 
Underwear, manufactured at Belper, Derbyshire. 

Hick, William ; Inventor and Maker of Self-fastening 
Buttons ; 37, Kirkgate, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 

Patent Self-fastening Brace and Fly Buttons, adjusted without 
sewing. Shank Button Fastener. Solitaires. 

Lewis, G. & E. S. ; Inventors; 12, Warwick Square, City, 
London. 

A Corset fitted with Lewis’ patent “ Simplicia ” busk and 
casing. 

Morley, J. & R. ; Manufacturers ; Nottingham, and 18, 
Wood Street, London. 

Hosiery and Gloves. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 37. 


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The Nottingham Manufacturing Company, Limited ; (W. J. 

Heslop, Managing Director) ; Manufacturers 
of Hosiery and Hosiery Machinery; Station St., 
Nottingham , and Factory St., Loughborough. 

Hosiery of all descriptions and Underwear made from looped 
fabric machinery. Models of the Machinery used in producing 
the goods exhibited. 

Simmons, Simon ; Manufacturer and Inventor ; 180, 

Bishopsgate Street Without, London. 

Umbrella Sticks with frames showing the application of an 
improved “ catch-runner,” the use of which facilitates the 
opening and closing action, and dispenses with the grooving 
and inserting of springs in the stick. 

Smyth & Co. ; Manufacturers of real Balbriggan Hosiery ; 
Balbriggan, Ireland ; Warehouses, 36 and 37, Lower 
Abbey St., Dublin ; 30, Milk St., London. 

Ladies’ Hose (the finest hose ever manufactured). Ladies’ 
Hose elaborately embroidered. Gentlemen’s Half-hose. Ladies’ 
Lace Hose. 

Spiers Brothers ; Manufacturing Outfitters ; 34, Wood St., 
City, London ; 9, Rue Scribe, Paris. 

Shirts, Hosiery, and Underclothing, Cravats of Spitalfields 
Silk, Gloves. Umbrellas. 

Swears & W ells ; Manufacturing Outfitters and Inventors ; 
192, Regent St., London. 

Girls’ Costumes, Children’s and Youths’ Tailoring. Shirts, 
and accessories to the above manufactures. Improvements in 
various articles of Wearing Apparel. 

Thomson, W. S., & Co. ; Manufacturers and Patentees ; 
97, Cheapside, London ; Works, Old Ford Road, 
Boic, London. 

“Glove-fitting” and “True-fit” Corsets. “Unbreakable” 
Corset Busks. 


Class 38. — Clothing for both Sexes. 

Men’s clothes ; women’s clothes. Waterproof clothing. 

Men and women’s head-dresses ; artificial flowers and feathers. 
Wigs and works in hair. 

Boots and shoes. 

Children’s clothes. 

Clothing peculiar to various professions and trades. 

Native costumes of different countries. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 38. 


Anderson, Abbott, & Anderson ; India-rubber and Oil- 
skin Manufacturers, Inventors; 37, Queen Victoria 
St., London ; Dod St., Limehouse, London ; and at 
Bristol and Swansea. 

India-rubber and Oilskin Clothing. India-rubber for mechani- 
cal, surgical, domestic, sporting, nautical, mining and agricul- 
tural purposes. 

Arnold & Coldwclls ; Manufacturing Tailors, Hatters, and 
Outfitters; 78 and 79, North End, Croydon, Surrey. 
Ladies’ Blue Cloth Riding Habits embroidered by hand. 
Ladies’ Riding Habits for warm climates, combining lightness 
in weight with durability in texture, and of a colour that will 
not absorb heat or show dirt. Gentlemen’s and Boys’ Clothing. 
Gentlemen’s, Boys’ and Ladies’ easy-fitting Silk Hats, com- 
bining lightness, durability, and ventilation. Bartrum & 
Harvey’s patent “ Ventilatorium ” Waterproof Coat. 

Bartrum, Harvey, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Patent Water- 
proof Clothing ; 23 and 25, Gresham St., City, 
London. ( Agent in Paris, G. W. Flint, 8, Hue de la 
Chaussee d' /In tin.) 

Patent “Ventilatorium” Waterproof Coats, Hats and Caps, 
thoroughly ventilating but perfectly waterproof ; the parts of 
the fabric at the back of the coat and under the arms are 
separated, and the india-rubber perforations in the exterior 
and interior portions are so arranged as to admit air but to 
exclude rain (exhibited in Messrs. Arnold and Coldwell’s case). 

Baxter, Richard; Boot and Shoemaker, Inventor; St. 
James' Green, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

Ventilating Promenade and Wooden Clump Boots. 

Birnbaum, Bernard ; India-rubber Clothing Manufacturer ; 
21, 22, 23, JS/eic Broad St., and 14, Blonificld St., 
London. 

India-rubber Clothing, improved in quality and appearance and 
ventilated by perforations, yet thoroughly waterproof. Air- 
proofing in all its branches. 

Blacklock, Goudie, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Waterproof 
Clothing, and Inventors; Kent Works, and 69, 
Jamaica St., Glasgow, 101, Princes Street, Edin- 
burgh, and 59, Gresham St., London. 

Waterproof Clothing made of Cotton, Woollen, Silk, and Linen 
Fabrics, proofed with India-rubber; Goudie’s Patent Life- 
saving Garments, and Life-saving Cushions. 

Bostock, Edwin & Frederick ; Boot and Shoe Manufac- 
turers; Stafford and Northampton. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Brightman Brothers ; Boot and Shoe Manufacturers ; 
Lewin’s Neacl, Bristol. 

Boots and Shoes of every description for Ladies and Children. 


CATALOGUE.— CLASS 38. 


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Burbidge & Rowley ; Hat and Helmet Manufacturers ; 
Middle St., Aldersgate St., London. 

Silk flats, Felt Hats, Military, Police, and all other kinds of 
Helmets. 

Christy, J. E. & W., & Co. ; Hat, Cap, and Helmet Manufac- 
turers; 35, Graccchurch St., London. Works , Ber- 

mondsey St., London, and Stockport, Cheshire. 

Felt Hats, Silk Hats, Caps, Helmets. 

Craig, Christie, & Co.; Hat Manufacturers; Grahams 
Buildings, 23, Potter Row, Edinburgh. 

Satin Hats, Pull-over and Felt Hats. Scotch Caps. 

Cunningham, Alexander, & Co. ; India-rubber Manufactu- 
rers, Inventors ; Victoria Rubber Mills, 230, Leith 
Walk, Leith. 

Waterproof Coats and other articles used for sporting purposes. 
Waterproof Goods used for travelling purposes, and Water- 
proof Articles used for domestic purposes ; and sundries. 

Currie, William, & Co. ; India-rubber Manufacturers ; Cale- 
donian Rubber Works, Dairy Road, Edinburgh. 
Waterproof Clothing, Waterproofed Fabrics, in the piece. 
Waterproof Travelling and Sporting Equipments. 

Eddison, Thomas ; Manufacturer of Springs for Hat Rims, 
Inventor ; Junction Works, 22, Whitehall Road, 
Leeds, Yorkshire. 

Flexible Steel Wire Springs for curling and supporting the 
shape of Soft Hat Prims, some with extra arch or curl,hitherto 
unattained. 

Field & Sons ; Straw Hat and Bonnet Manufacturers, 
Inventors; 113, 114, and 115, Fore St., London. 
Works, Harpenden, near Litton, Bedfordshire; and 
at St. Albans, Hertfordshire. 

Straw and Felt Hats and Bonnets in different prevailing 
shapes. English Straw Plaits. 

Flatau, A. & W., & Co.; Boot and Shoe Manufacturers 
and Leather Merchants, Inventors ; 25 to 29, Rope- 
maker St., Finsbury Pavement, London, and Market 
St., Northampton. 

Boots, Shoes, and Boot Uppers for Men, Women, and Children. 

Fyfe & Robinson; Manufacturers, Inventors; 2, 3, 9 and 
10, Maidenhead Court, Aldersgate St., London. 

Patent Dress Holders, Patent Shirt Studs, &c. Ladies’ Belts, 
Silk Ties and Bows. 

Hargroves, R. A. & J., & Co.; Wholesale Hat and Cap 
Manufacturers; 41, Charterhouse Square, London. 

Children’s Felt Hats ; Boys’ Hats of other materials ; Men’s 
Silk and Felt Hats. 


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Lee Brothers; India-rubber Manufacturers; 27, Watling 
St., London. 

Waterproof India-rubber Textile Fabrics, Waterproof Clothing, 
Travelling Apparatus, and Camp Equipage. Air-proof goods, 
&c. 

Lincoln, Bennett, & Co. ; Hat Manufacturers; 1,2 , and 3, 
Sackville St., and 40, Piccadilly ; 24, Nelson Square , 
Blackfriars Road, London. 

Silk Velvet Napped Hats. Felt Hats. Felt Helmets for 
Tropical Climates. Silk Velvet Hunting Caps Tweed Caps. 
Military Helmets. 

Lobb, John; Bootmaker; 296, Regent St., London. 

Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s superior made Boots and Shoes. 

Lye, Thomas ; Straw Plait and Chip Dyer. Inventor of 
the Colours; Luton, Bedfordshire. 

Samples of colours on Straw and Chip Plaits for making Hats 
and Bonnets. 

Macintosh, Charles, & Co. ; India-rubber Manufacturers, 
Patentees; Cambridge St., Manchester ; and 19, St. 
Bride St., Ludgate Circus, L.ondon. 

Waterproof Fabrics and Garments. Travelling, Sporting, and 
Fishing Articles. Air and Water Beds, Pillows, Cushions, &c. 
Cart and Waggon Sheets. Horse Covers. Military and Naval 
Equipments. Mechanical Articles, Hose-pipe, Tubing, Valves, 
Washers, Buffers. Chemical and Dye-house articles. Hat 
Pressing Bags. Card Cloths and Printers’ Blankets. Hos- 
pital, Surgical, and Domestic Articles. Fine Cut Sheet Rubber. 
India-rubber Thread, Playing Balls, Elastic Bands, Erasing 
Rubber, Tobacco Pouches and Bags, Rubber Soles for Boots 
and Shoes, Door Mats, &c. 

McLintock, James, & Sons ; Down Clothing Manufacturers, 
Inventors; Utilitas Works, Barnsley , Yorkshire. 

Real Eider and Russian Down Quilts and Skirts. Patent 
Down Clothing, Silk Down Toralium Quilts and Skirts, 
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Dressing Gowns and Jackets, Vests, 
Chest Protectors, Smoking Caps, Tea Cosies, &c. 

Macqueen & Co. ; Hat Manufacturers ; 8 and 9, Barbican, 
London. Works, Stockport, Cheshire. 

Felt Hats, soft, semi-stiffened, and hard. 

Manby, John ; Ladies’ Tailor ; 21, Rue Auber, Paris. 

Four Costumes in Cloth in different styles. A Lady’s Riding 
Habit. Four braided Jackets (for Ladies’) of different shapes, 
all made in London from Exhibitor’s own designs. 

Matthews, James ; Boot and Shoe Manufacturer ; 16, 
Oakley Street, Waterloo Road, London. 

Gentlemens’ Dress Boots. Ladies’ Grecian Slippers. White 
Kid Boots. A blue Morocco seamless Boot. Queen Anne 
Slippers. Ladies’ Dress Shoes. Boots for Deformities. A 
Lady’s Cork Boot. A Jockey Racing Boot. Pair of Ladies’ 
Cloth Boots. Pair of Glace Kid Boots, all made by hand. 


CATALOGLE. — CLASS 38. 


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Meyer & Mortimer ; Highland Accoutrement Makers ; 36, 
Conduit St., Hanover Square, London. ( Agents in 
Paris, Sy me fy Disney, 14, Rue Ha levy.) 

Costume of a Scottish Chief in Ancient and Modern times. 

Middlemass, Janies, & Co.; Robe Makers and Outfitters, 
Inventors; 18, South Bridge, Edinburgh. 

Ecclesiastical, Magisterial, Academical, and Forensic Robes, 
with their appendages. Hoods of the styles and colours 
appointed by the University of Edinburgh to be worn by 
Graduates at the “ Capping ” or Graduation Ceremony. 

Mutton, Thomas, & Co. ; Hat Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
84, King's Road, Brighton. 

Gentlemen’s Silk Hats and fine Felt Hats. Ladies’ fine Felt 
Hats. 

Nicoll, Henry John; Clothier; 114 to 120, Regent St., 
22, Cornhill ; and 45, Warwick St., London; 10, 
Mosley St., Manchester ; 50, Bold St., Liverpool ; 
39, New St., Birmingham, {Paris, 29, Rue Tronchet.) 

For Gentlemen : — *Paletot of all Wool Tweed Cloth. ’^Over- 
coat of fine Twilled Cloth. Alpaca Overcoat. *Connaught 
Coat of treble milled Devon Cloth. For Ladies : — * Ulster of 
fine Vicuna Wool Cloth. *Costume of fine Cloth. *Jacket 
of Scotch Cheviot. Silk Cloth Cloak. For Boys : — Complete 
Scotch Costume. Sailor Dress. Norfolk Suit. Dress Suit. 
*Cashmere Overcoat. 

N.B. — All those marked * are waterproof, yet evaporable. 

Reid, James ; Inventor and Maker ; 10, Ropemaker Street , 
London ; and Old England, 35, Boulevard des 
Capucines, Paris. 

Gentlemen’s, Ladies’, and Children’s Costumes. 

Slazenger & Sons ; Manufacturers of Gaiters and 
Leggings; Irene Chambers, 25, Market St., Man- 
chester. ( Agents in Paris, E. Selig fy Co., 13, Boule- 
vard de Strasbourg.) 

Kerseymere, Linen, Tweed, Worsted, Cord, and Leather 
Gaiters. Cloth, Leather, and Waterproof Canvas Leggings. 

Swears & Wells ; Manufacturing Outfitters and Inventors ; 
192, Regent Street, London. 

Girls’ Costumes, Children’s and Youth’s Tailoring. Shirts, and 
accessories to the above manufactures. Improvements in 
various articles in wearing apparel. (Exhibited in Class 37.) 

Taylor Brothers ; Manufacturers of Straw and Chip Hats 
and Bonnets; 116, Wood St., London. {Agent in 
Paris, Paul Tourasse, 6, Rue St. Marc.) 

Straw and Chip Hats and Bonnets. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 38. 


Tress & Co. ; Hat and Helmet Manufacturers, Inven- 
tors and Patentees; 3, 5, and 7, Stamford St., and 
17 77 , Blackfriars Road, London. 

Gentlemen’s Dress Silk and Felt Hats. Indian and Home 
Regulation Helmets. Military Helmets. Tropical Hats and 
Helmets. Patent Felt Terai Hats. Patent Pith and Felt 
Solar Hats. Patent Cork Air Tube Ventilated Hats and 
Helmets. Ladies’ Silk and Felt Hats. 

Van Volen, Gerret; Manufacturer, and Inventor of 
Bleached Hair ; 50 to 52, Waterloo Road, London. 
Raw Hair in its natural state. Hair washed and prepared. 
Hair bleached and dyed in various shades from black to white. 
Ornamental Head Dresses of every style, &c. Liquids, &c. 
for bleaching purposes. (Exhibited in Class 28.) 

Vyse, Sons, & Co.; Manufacturers; 70, Wood St., London. 
Works, Luton, Bedfordshire, and St. Albans, Hertford- 
shire. {Agent in Paris, l*. Camel, 3, Rue Turbigo.) 
Straw, Felt, Chip, Tuscan and Leghorn Hats and Bonnets, 
and Straw Plaitings. 

Warmington, F. W., & Co. ; Leather and Closed Upper 
Manufacturers ; 60, High Street , Colchester, and at 
Deptford, London. 

Shoe Butts. Kips, waxed and Levent. Cordovan. Military 
Jack Legs. High Shoe Legs. Men’s and Womens’ Closed 
Uppers. 

Welch So Sons; Straw Plait and Hat and Bonnet Manu- 
facturers ; 44, Gutter Lane, London ; {Paris, 42, 
Rue des Jeuneurs.') Factories, Luton , Bedfordshire, 
and St. Albans , Hertfordshire. 

English Straw Plaits. Straw Hats and Bonnets. 


Class 39.— Jeavellery and Precious Stones. 

Jewellery in precious metals (gold, platinum, silver, aluminium), 
chased, filigreed, set with precious stones, &c. 

Plated and imitation jeAvellery. 

Ornaments in jet, amber, coral, mother-of-pearl, steel, &c. 
Diamonds, precious stones, pearls, and imitations. 

Aitchison, James ; Manufacturing Gold and Silversmith ; 
23, Princes St., Edinburgh ; Works, Bank Street, 
Edinburgh. 

Scottish Jewellery and Highland Ornaments, inlaid with 
Pearls Cairngorms, and Pebbles found in Scotland. 

Erogden, John : Manufacturing Goldsmith and Jeweller 
and Designer; 16, Henrietta St., Covent Garden, 
London. 

Bracelets, Brooches, Chains, Earrings, Head Ornaments, 
Lcckets, Necklaces, Pins, Rings, Stud, and Seals. 


CATALOGUE.— CLASS 39. 


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Crouch, Joseph M. ; Manufacturing Jeweller ; 203 and 
221, Regent St., London. Works, Edinburgh and 
London. 

Gold and Silver Bracelets, Brooches, Earrings, Pins, Sleeve 
Links, Studs, Rings, Lockets, Necklaces, &c. Silver Mounted 
Rams’ Heads and Highland Accoutrements. 

Crouch, William Albert ; Manufacturing Jeweller and 
Inventor ; 264, Regent St., London. Works, Edin- 
burgh. 

Brooches, Earrings, Bracelets, Necklets, Shawl Pins, Rams’ 
Heads as Snuff Mulls. Highland Ornaments. 

Damon, Robert; 4, Pulteney Buildings , Weymouth. 
Fac-simile of thirty celebrated Diamonds. Fac-simile of 
Natural Crystals of Diamonds and Precious Stones. 

Fetherston, John J. ; Engraver and Designer ; 2, Coppingers 
Row, Dublin, Ireland. 

A Collection of unique and rare Miniatures, specially designed 
as Personal Ornaments. 

Francati & Santamaria ; Manufacturers of real Whitby Jet 
Jewellery, &c. ; 65, Hatton Garden, London. 

Jet Ornaments with Cameos, Roman and Florentine Mosaics, 
Shell Cameos, and Silver Filigrees. (See also Class 45.) 

Gibson, William; Designer, Inventor, and Manufacturer; 
Donegall Place and Castle Place . Belfast. ( Agent 
in Paris, JY. F. Femvick, 8, Rue St. Georges.y 

Diamond and Gold Jewellery : — Tiaras, Hair Ornaments, Neck- 
laces, Bracelets, Pendants, Lockets, Brooches, Earrings, Soli- 
taires, Sleeve Links, Studs, &c. Keyless Watches, Chrono- 
graphs, Chronometers, Minute and Quarter Repeaters. Irish 
Bog Oak and Killarney Arbutus Wood Ornaments, Bracelets, 
Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings, Pins, Studs, Crosses, &c. Table 
Ornaments, J ewel Caskets, Writing Cases, Centre-pieces, Vases, 
Candlesticks, Inkstands, and various fancy articles. 

Goggin, Jeremiah ; Designer and Inventor of Bog Oak and 
Antique Celtic Ornaments; 74, Grafton St., Dublin , 
Ireland. 

Irish Bog Oak, manufactured, comprising Bracelets, Brooches, 
Necklaces, Earrings, Tiaras, Pins, Studs Links, Solitaires, 
Chatelaines, Inkstands, Blotting Books, Envelope and Writing 
Cases, Centre-pieces, Candlesticks, Caskets, Albums, Book 
Racks and Slides. Card and Cigar Cases. Pencil Cases, 
Statuary, Clocks, Crosses, Canes, Mirrors, Pipes, Frames, &c. 

Levetus Brothers ; Manufacturers of Plated Chains ; 56, 
Vittoria St., Birmingham. 

Metal Chains gilded and burnished to such an extent as to 
resist acid, wear well, and keep their colour. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 39. 


MeCreery, James; Bog Oak Carver and Spinning Wheel 
Maker; 103, Thorndyke St.. Belfast , Ireland. 

Irish Spinning Wheel, Brooches, Crosses, Walking Sticks, 
Jewellery Ornaments, and Spinning Wheels in Irish Bog 
Oak, &c. 

Marshall, W., & Co. ; Gold and Silversmiths ; 24 and 25, 
Princes St., Edinburgh. 

J ewellery in Gold, set with stones, pearls, and enamelled. Com- 
binations of Gold and Silver with enamel. Enamelled Silver 
ornaments all of national types. National Costume Decora- 
tions. Diamond Jewellery. 

Neal, John; Gold and Silversmith, &c. ; 44, 46, and 48, 
Edgware Road, London. 

Gold and Silver Jewellery set with precious stones. Gold and 
Silver Watches, Chronometers, and Timekeepers. Silver and 
Electro-plated articles for the table. (Exhibited in Class 23.) 

Oulman (Les Fils) & Co.; Merchants and Manufacturers ; 
2, Rue Drouot, Paris. 

Articles of Native Indian Jewellery. Curiosities. Works in 
Ivory from Benares and Moradabad, exhibited in the Indian 
Section. (See also Class 35.) 

Watson & Son; Moor gate Street Chambers, Moor gate Street, 
London. 

Indian Gold and Silver Jewellery. (Exhibited in Indian Sec- 
tion.) 


ClassMO. — Portable Weapons and Hunting and Shooting 

Equipments. 

Defensive armour : cuirasses and helmets. 

Blunt weapons ; maces, life-preservers. 

Side-arms : foils, swords, sabres, bayonets, lances, axes, hunting 
knives. 

Missile weapons : bows, cross-bows, slings. 

Fire-arms : guns, rifles, pistols, and revolvers. 

Accessory objects appertaining to every kind of small-arms ; 
powder-flasks, bullet-moulds, &c. 

Round, oblong, hollow, and explosive projectiles. Percussion 
caps, priming, cartridges. 

Hunting and sporting equipments. 

Eley Brothers (Limited) ; Manufacturers of Sporting and 
Military Ammunition, Inventors ; 254, Gray’s Inn 
Road, London. 

Sporting and Military Ammunition. Cartridge Cases for 
sporting and military purposes. Percussion Caps. Gun 
Waddings, felt and cloth. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 40. 


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Gibbs, George ; Sole Manufacturer of Metford Rides, and 
Part Inventor of Gibbs and Pitts’ Patent Self-cocking 
Hammerless Gun; 29, Corn Street , Bristol. 

Metford Patent Rifles, match, sporting, and military. Gibbs 
and Pitts’ Patent Self-cocking Hammerless and other Guns. 

Grant, Stephen ; Gun and Rifle Manufacturer and Inven- 
tor ; 67a, St. James's St., London. 

Sporting Guns, with extra Barrels and actions in leather cases. 

Greener, W. W. ; Gun Maker, Inventor ; St. Mary's 
Works, St. Mary's Square, Birmingham, and 68, 
Haymarket, London. 

Sporting Guns on the wedge-fast principle. Hammerless 
Guns on the^ wedge-fast principle. Double Rifles, Pistols, 
&c. 

Henry, Alexander ; Rifle and Gun Manufacturer, Inven- 
tor of the “ Henry ” system of Rifling; 12, South Saint 
Andrew Street, Edinburgh, and 118, Pall Mall, 
London. 

Double-barrelled Central Fire “ Express ” and miniature “Ex- 
press ” Sporting Rifles. Single- barralled “ Express ” Sporting 
Rifles. Military and match Rifles, Fowling pieces. Whaling 
Guns, & c. 

Kynoch & Co. ; Ammunition Manufacturers and Inventors ; 
Witton, near Birmingham. 

Military Cartridges for small arms. Sporting cartridges. Per- 
cussion Caps of various kinds. Bullets for Rifle Cartridges. 
Friction Tubes for cannon. Fog or Alarm Signals for rail- 
ways. 

Lancaster, Alfred ; Gun and Rifle Manufacturer ; 27, South 
Audley St., and Drury Lane, London. 

High -class Express Sporting Rifles with low trajectory of 
projectiles using one back sight from 50 to 200 yards. Shot 
Guns of different calibres, and for various purposes. Guns for 
Pigeon shooting, with barrels bored to concentrate the shot and 
greatly increase the killing range of the Gun. The automatic 
self-cocking Gun, which after firing and in opening the gun 
ejects the spent case. 

Lang, J., & Sons ; Gun Manufacturers and Inventors ; 22, 
Cockspur St., Pall Mall, London. 

Self-cocking Automatic Breech-loading Double Gun. Treble 
Grip Breech-loading Central Fire Gun. Quadruple Grip 
Central Fire Rifle. Small Bore Gun with snap and improve- 
ments. 

Lewis, George Edward; Gun and Rifle Maker; 32 and 
33, Lower Loveday St., Birmingham. 

Sporting Breech-loading Shot Guns. Patent Hammerless 
Breech-loaders. Express Rifle and converted Muzzle-loader 
to Breech-loader, all on Exhibitor’s treble grip principle. 
“ Cape ” Gun for use as a Rifle or Shot Gun, Steel Cartridges for 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 40. 


converting Breech into Muzzle-loaders when cartridges cannot 
be obtained. Martini-Henry and Snider Rides. Samples of 
Breech-loading Action, Barrels and Locks. Saloon and Re- 
volving Pistols. 

Patstone, John; Gun Manufacturer; 25, High St., South- 
ampton. 

A Central Fire Double Grip Breech-loading Duck Gun, No. 8 
gauge. Four Central Fire 1 2-gauge Breech-loaders, snap actions, 
rebounding locks, snap forends. One Central Fire 12-gauge 
Breech-loader, Double Grip, Rebounding Locks. Two Breech- 
loading actions with Locks. Breech-loading Implements. 

Pigou, Wilks, & Laurence (Limited) ; Gunpowder Manu- 
facturers; 11, Queen Victoria St., London ; Works, 
Dartford , Kent, and Battle, Sussex. 

Military, Sporting, and Mining Powders of every description, 
(imitation facsimile); empty canisters, &c. 

Purdey, James, & Sons ; Gun and Rifle Manufacturers ; 
314^, Oxford St., and Tottenham Street, London. 
Sporting Guns and Rides of the very best workmanship and 
finish. 

Reilly, E. M., & Co. ; Gun, Rifle, and Revolver Manufac- 
turers; 502, New Oxford St., and 315, Oxford St., 
London, and 2, Rue Scribe, Paris. 

Central Fire Guns ; Double and Single barrel with all recent 
improvements in snap actions. Choke-bored barrels for extra 
close shooting. Double and Single Express Rifles for Ele- 
phants, Tigers, Bison, Buffalo, Deer, &c. Presentation Guns 
and Revolvers handsomely engraved and finished, gold inlaid, 
&c. Revolvers for military use. Wild Fowl Guns, &c. 
Speciality in Hammerless Guns. 

Scott, W. & C., & Son; Gun Manufacturers and Inventors; 
Premier Gun Works, Lancaster St., Birmingham. 

“ Premier ” quality Gun. Newly patented Triplex Lever Grip. 
Top lever spindle action with solid double bolt catch. Patent 
compensating Lump attachment. Quintuple bolt Ducking 
Gun. Newly invented fore end snap for Express double 
rifles. Rifle and Shot Breech-loading Guns. Modes of choke 
boring shown in sections. Revolvers finished and unfinished. 
Materials, &c. Military Breech-loading Rifles, &c. 

Soper, William ; Rifle and Gun Manufacturer, Inventor, 
and Patentee ; 22, Friar St., and Station Road, 
Reading. 

Specimens of “ The Soper Rifle,” (which has been loaded and 
fired sixty times in one minute), including Sporting Rifles for 
heavy Game and for Deer, &c. Military Rifle sighted to 1,200 
yards. Military Carbine sighted to 1,000 yards. Specimens 
of double guns and rifles. 

Tolley, J. & W.; Gun and Rifle Makers, Inventors ; 
Pioneer Works, St. Mary's Square, Birmingham. 

An Express Breech-loading Double Rifle, ' 577 bore, being the 
largest calibre and the highest development of the express 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 40. 


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system, and fitted with the Tolley Patent Giant Grip, top lever 
action, specially designed for weapons carrying heavy charges 
and exposed to hard wear. A Breech-loading Central Fire 
Fowling-piece, bored on Tolley’s modification of the choke 
system for increased range, evenness of distribution, and un- 
varying delivery of the charge on the spot aimed at. A Breech- 
loading Central Fire Fowling-piece bored on the fullest choke 
principle for extreme range and concentration of the charge on 
the object aimed at. 

Woodward, James, & Sons ; Gun and Rifle Makers, In- 
ventors and Patentees of the Automatic ” ; 64, St. 
James's St., London. 

“ Automatic ” Cocking Guns and Express Rifles. The object 
of our patent automatic action is to enable the shooter to load 
with the greatest rapidity yet attained, which is done by the 
depression of the hand lever raising at the same moment the 
hammers to half and full cock, and opening the gun ready to 
receive the cartridge. 


Class 41. — Travelling Apparatus and Camp Equipage. 

Trunks, valises, saddle-bags, &c. Dressing cases and travelling 
cases. Various objects. Travelling rugs, cushions, caps, travel- 
ling costumes and boots, iron-shod sticks, grapnel-hooks, sun- 
shades, &c. 

Portable apparatus specially intended for scientific voyages and 
expeditions ; travelling photographic apparatus and instruments 
for astronomical and meteorological observations ; equipments and 
implements for geologists, mineralogists, naturalists, colonists, 
pioneers, &c. 

Tents and camp equipage. Beds, hammocks, folding chairs, &o. 

Cave, H. J., & Sons ; Portmanteau and Basket Makers, 
Inventors ; 40, Wigmore St., London. 

Portmanteaus. Ladies’ Dress Baskets. Travelling Bags. Hat 
Cases. Trunks, &c. Strong Wicker Hampers for Linen. (See 
also Class 29.) 

Coltman, William ; Travelling Equipage Manufacturer, 
Inventor ; 332, High St., Cheltenham. 

The Celebrated Cheltenham Trunk, very light and strong, 
suitable for continental travelling or sea voyages. 

Edgington, Benjamin ; Tent, Rick Cloth, and Flag Manu- 
facturer ; 2, Duke St., London Bridge. 

Models of Tents and Marquees for garden use and travelling 
and military purposes, viz : Marquee for rural fete, flower 
show, public dinner, &c. New Patent Umbrella Tent for 
garden use. Tent for the lawn or garden. New Hexagon 
Tent with porch. Round Tent for the garden. Improved 
Military or Travelling Tent to resist the strongest winds, very 
portable. Military Bell Tent as used in the British Army. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 41. ' 


Emigrant and Travelling Tent. Improved Field Tent or Tente 
d’Abri. Square Tent with inner lining and hanging bed. 
Rick Cloth for protecting stack of hay or corn before thatching. 
Patterns of Canvas, Linen, and other materials used in the 
manufacture of tents, and sketches of tents and tent furniture. 
Patterns of Flags and materials used in their manufacture. 

The Patent Waterproof Paper and Canvas Co.; Water- 
proof ers, Manufacturers, and Inventors ; Canal Works , 
Willesden Junction , near London. 

Water-resisting canvas and other woven fabrics and spun 
yarns. (Exhibited in Class 10.) 

Unite, John; Tent, Rick Cloth, &c. Maker; 291 and 293, 
Edgware Road, London. 

A hospital, garden, or sporting Tent. Square Tent, without 
centre pole, for officers, camping or garden purposes. Alpine or 
Camping Tent. Models of Tents, Rick Cloths, Cordage, &c. 
Samples of Canvas, Tarpaulin, and Horse Clothing. Improve- 
ments in Tent-poles to allow for shrinking of canvas by 
means of a spiral spring in centre of Tent-pole. 


Class 42. — Tots. 

Dolls and playthings ; dolls and figures in wax. 

Games for the amusement of children and adults. 

Instructive games. 

Driscoll, Henry ; Turner and Toy Manufacturer ; Steam 
Mills, Baron St., Pentonville, London. 

Croquet, Lawn Tennis, Chess, Games, Puzzles, Toys for in* 
door and outdoor amusement. 

Hanks, J., & Son ; Manufacturers and Inventors ; Chame- 
leon Villas, Colchester Road, Walthamstow, Essex. 
Models of Steamboats, Locomotives, and Cranes. Puzzles. 
Scientific and Mechanical Toys of different construction worked 
by hand, steam, and clockwork. 

Hely, Alfred Augustus ; Author and Designer; 194, South 
Lambeth Road, London. 

Model of an International Chess Tournament played with 
living figures. 

Mead & Co. ; Manufacturers and Inventors of Toys, Games, 
&c. ; 73, Cheapside, London. 

Baby Jumper, or Infant Gymnasium. Nursery Yacht or 
Rocking Boat for the exercise or amusement of one, two, or 
three children. Nursery Yacht and Rocking Horse combined. 
Child’s Play Table and Chair, which when connected forms 
a high chair for the dinner table. 

Montanari, Richard ; Doll Manufacturer ; 3, Rathbone 
Place, Oxford St., London. 

Model Rag Dolls for the Nursery, warranted not to break. 
The clothes perfectly made so that the doll may be dressed 
and undressed, and can be easily cleaned with bread. 


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Nicholson, Hamlet ; Patent Cricket Ball Maker, Inventor ; 
Kilner Deyne Terrace , The Park, Rochdale. 

Cricket and Playing Balls. 

The Scientific Toy and General Novelty Company ; Manu- 
facturers and Inventors ; Sun Works, 42a, Cloth Pair , 
Smithfield, London. 

Novel and ingenious Puzzles, Conjuring Tricks, Parlour Games, 
Billiards, Cards, &c., suitable for children. Novel inventions for 
Flying, Singing and Gyroscope Tops. Scientific Toys in Boxes, 
comprising Electricity, Magnetism, Chemistry, Photography, 
&c. Working Models of Agricultural, Locomotive, and Do- 
mestic Machinery. Scientific Apparatus for the instruction 
and amusement of the youth of both sexes. 

Stormont, James G. ; Brassfounder, &c. ; 59, Constitution 
Hill, Birmingham. 

The patent Repeater Call Bell rings 2, 4, or 6 times at each 
pressure of the finger. Silver’s patent Ready Reference. Bill 
File and Letter Clip. The “ Sturmberg Plancliette,” an in- 
strument or toy for conducting experiments in animal mag- 
netism. The “ Sturmberg Gyroscope,” an instrument or toy 
for illustrating certain laws of dynamics. 

Swan, Charles ; Engineer ; 9, Upper Mount Pleasant 
Avenue, Dublin, Ireland. 

Scientific Toys for children and adults, educational and 
amusing. 


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FIFTH GROUP. 


MINING INDUSTRIES, RAW AND MANUFACTURED 

PRODUCTS. 


Class 43. — Mining and Metallurgy. 

Collections and specimens of rocks, minerals, ores. Ornamental 
stones. Hard stones. Refractory substances. Earths and clays. 
Yarious mineral products. Raw sulphur. Rock salt ; salt from 
salt springs. 

Mineral fuel, various kinds of coal, coal dust, and compressed 
coal. Asphalt and rock asphalt. Bitumen, mineral tar. Petro- 
leum, &c. 

Metals in a crude state : pig-iron, iron, steel, cast-steel, copper, 
lead, silver, zinc, &c. Alloys. 

Products of washing and refining precious metals, of gold 
beating, &c. 

Electro-metallurgy: objects gilt, silvered, or coated with copper, 
steel, nickel, Ac. by the galvanic process. 

Products of the working of metals : rough-castings, bells, 
wrought-iron, iron for special purposes, sheet-iron and tin plates, 
iron plates for casing ships and constructions, &c. 

Sheet-iron coated with zinc or lead ; copper, lead, and zinc 
sheets, &c. 

Manufactured metals : blacksmiths’ work, wheels and tires, 
unwelded pipes, chains, &c. 

Wire drawing. Needles, pins, wire-ropes, wire- work, and wire- 
gauze, perforated sheet iron. 

Hardware, edge-tools, ironmongery, copper, sheet-iron, tin- 
ware, &c. 

Other metal manufactures. 

Addis, J. B., & Sons; Carving and Edge Tool Manufac- 
turers, Inventors ; Arctic Works, Rockingham St., 
Sheffield. 

Newly invented set of Tools for economy of labour in carving 
wood and stone. Scientific Turning Tools for ivory, brass, 
iron, hardwood, &c. Carpenters, Sculptors, Plasterers, and 
Geological Tools, &c. 

Andrew, John Henry, & Co. ; Steel Manufacturers; Toledo 
Steel Works, Neepsend, Sheffield. 

Steel in bars, hammered, rolled, &c., in various stages of manu- 
facture. 

The Anglo-Russian Iron & Tin Plate Company, Limited; 

Manufacturers ; 18, New Bridge St., London. Works, 
South Wales. 

Tin Plates, Terne Plates, Black Plates and Sheets, and Deco- 


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rated Tin Plates, &c. Patent Tin plates free from grease and 
all impurities. Enamelled Placards on tin and black plates 
Tin Canisters in every variety. 

Ash & Lacy ; Galvanized Iron Manufacturers ; Meriden 
St., Birmingham , and Globe Galvanizing Works, 
Great Bridge, Staffordshire. 

Galvanized, Tinned, Plain, and Corrugated Sheets. Patent 
Coated and Sheet Iron. Galvanised Wire Netting, and 
galvanized goods generally and Perforated Zinc. 

Ashenhurst, John Talbot, & Co.; Cabinet Makers, Inven- 
tors; 51, Cardington St., Hampstead Boad, London. 
Works, Birmingham. 

Patent Globulous centre action Castors for all kinds of furni- 
ture and pianofortes. 

Avery, William, & Son ; Needle and Pin Manufacturers, 
Inventors ; Headless Cross, Redditch, and 192, Great 
Hampton Row, Birmingham. 

Needles, Needle Cases, and Pins. 

Baker, Christopher, & Sons; Manufacturers of Coffin Fur- 
niture and Brass Founders; 98 and 99, Lichfield St., 
Birmingham ; 183, Tottenham Court Road, London ; 
and 5, Victoria Bridge, Manchester. 

Coffin Furniture. Cabinet Brass Foundry. Brass Cabriole 
and Socket Castors. 

Baldwin, E. P. & W. ; Iron and Tin Plate Manufacturers ; 
Wilden Works, near Stourport ; Horseley Fields, 
Wolverhampton, and Swindon, near Dudley. 

Sheet Iron : Pickled, cold, rolled, and close annealed. Tin 
Plates. Terne Plates. Button Plates or Black Plates. 

Barff, Frederick Settle ; Professor of Chemistry, Inventor ; 
Catholic University College, Kensington, London. 

Various specimens of manufactured Iron permanently coated 
with black or magnetic oxide to prevent rust (process 
patented). 

Bartleet, William, & Sons ; Manufacturers of Needles, Fish 
Hooks, and Fishing Tackle, Patentees; Abbey Mills, 
Redditch. 

Sewing Needles. Needles for all kinds of sewing and em- 
broidery machines. Crochet Hooks in steel, ivory, bone, 
and wood, and articles for every description of wool and other 
fancy work. ( See also Class 58.) 

Beardshaw, Herbert ; Prior Court, Sheffield. Works, 
Attercliffe, near Sheffield. 

Bicycle Tires and Spokes. Circular and other Saws. Files. 
Samples of Steel, cast and shear. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 43. 


Bedford, John, & Sons; Manufacturers of Files, Edge 
Tools, &c, ; Lion Works, Mowbray Street, Sheffield. 
{Depot in Paris, Bejot et CP, 18, Rue de Turenne .) 

Crucible Cast Steel in bars, sheets, and ingots of various 
qualities. Files of first quality of every description. Edge 
Took for carpenters, joiners, and sculptors. Saws of every 
description to be worked by hand or machinery. Spades and 
Shovels of different kinds. Knives for Agricultural Machinery, 
and for paper and leather-cutting machines. 

Bennett, Thomas, & Son ; Manufacturers of Gold and Silver 
Leaf, Goldbeaters’ Moulds, &c. ; 70 and 71, Turnmill 
St., Farringdon Road, London. 

Gold and Silver Leaf, Foil, &c. Gold and Silver Beaters’ 
Tools. Moulds, Shoders, &c. 

Bird, Wm,, & Co. ; Iron and Steel and Machinery Mer- 
chants; 2, Laurence Pountney Hill, Cannon St., 
London. 

Hematite and Manganiferous Iron Ore. Iron and Steel. Rail- 
way, Mining, and manufacturing plant. Steel Hawsers for 
ships. Asbestos, raw and manufactured. 

Braby, Frederick, & Co. ; Zinc and Galvanized Iron Manu- 
facturers; Fitzroy Works, 356-360, Euston Road, 120, 
Cannon St., and Ida Wharf and Victoria Wharf, 
Deptford, London ; 6 and 8, Hatton Garden, Liver- 
pool ; and 20, 22, and 24, Great Clyde St., and 
Garnged Works, Glasgow. 

Wire Netting. Roofing Felt. Perforated Zinc. Zinc Roofing, 
Corrugated Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron Holloware. 

Broomhill Coal Co. ; near Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

One block of Steam Coal. 

Brown, Bayley, & Dixon, Limited; Steel and Iron Manu- 
facturers, Inventors ; Sheffield Steel and Iron Works, 
Sheffield ; 20, Walbrook, Cannon St., London. 

Steel Rails, Tires, Axles, Springs, Buffers, Rolled Steel Plates, 
Bars, and Sheets of all descriptions. Steel Weldless Chains. 

Burnhope Coal Co. ; near Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

One block of Gas Coal. 

Burys & Co., Limited ; Manufacturers of Steel Files, Edge- 
Tools, &c., Inventors ; Regent Works, and Philadel- 
phia Rolling Mills and Forges, Sheffield. ( Agents 
in Paris, A. Burton Son, 62, Rue Chariot {Marais').') 
Steel for all purposes ; Files and Rasps of all descriptions ; 
Edge Tools, Chisels, Gouges, Plane Irons, Axes, Adzes, Augers, 
Braces and Bits, and all Carpenters, Joiners, and Coopers’ 
Tools. Saws. Patent Picks for mining, excavating, and military 
purposes. Cast Steel Engineers’ Hand and Sledge Hammers, 
Stone Hammers, Mill Picks, Mining and Engineering Hand 
Tools, Machine Knives, Reaping Knives, Scythes, &c. 


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The Cambrian. Patent Fuel Company, Limited ; Fuel 

Makers; Masonic Hall Chambers, Working St., Car- 
diff. Works, near Cardiff, South Wales. 

“ Cambrian ” Patent Fuel, an agglomeration of the best Welsh 
“ Smokeless ” Steam Coal and Coal Tar Pitch, pulverized and 
subjected to a dry heat process in patented machinery to elimi- 
nate all traces of Sulpher and other deleterious particles, 
incorporated with Coal Tar Pitch, and subjected to a pressure 
equal to 70 tons per block. 

Chambers, G., & Co. ; Needle, Pin, and Fish Hook Manu- 
facturers ; Old Factory, Redditch. 

Sewing Needles, Machine Needles, Sail Needles, Pins, Fish 
Hooks, &e. 

Clark, T. & C., & Co. ; Inventors, Hollow ware Iron Founders 
and Patentees of Enamelled Ware ; Shakespeare 
Fo undry, Wolverhampton . 

Enamelled Cast Iron Bath complete with woodwork and brass 
fittings. Enamelled, Cast, and Wrought Iron Cooking Vessels. 
Other useful articles in the same ware. Tinned Cast Iron 
Hollow ware with patented doubled edge tinned wrought iron 
cover. Cast Iron Door Hinges. Charcoal Box. Iron Hat 
and Cloak Hooks. 

Clarke, Henry, & Co. ; Merchants and Needle Manufacturers ; 
17, Gracechurch St., London. Works, Redditch. 
Needles of all kinds. Perfect Needles in various stages of 
manufacture. Patent Needle Cases, releasing one needle at 
a time. 

Colver Brothers ; Manufacturers of Saws, Machine Knives, 
Steel, &c. ; Pilot Works and Bellefield Saw Works, 
Sheffield. 

Circular Saw. Millsaw Webs. Hand and Back Saws. Agri- 
cultural Machine Knives. Paper Makers’ Tools and Machine 
Knives for different purposes. 

Compagnie Honilliere de Graigola Merthyr ; Colliery Pro- 
prietors and Patent Fuel Manufacturers; Sivansea, 
Wales. 

A Block of Coal from the Company’s Collieries near Swansea, 
weighing 3 ton 16 cwt. Samples of Patent Fuel manufactured 
from Coal called “ Graigola Merthyr.” 

Cooke Brothers ; Manufacturers of Safety Pins, &c. ; Con- 
stitution Hill, Birmingham. 

Safety Pins made out of wire coiled at one end, at the other 
turned so as to make a sheath to protect the point to prevent 
it pricking or hurting the body. Curtain Hooks : Pin as 
above described with additional coil to place hook in, to hang 
up curtain or other fabrics ; also hooks without pin to sew on. 
Fancy Nail, metal top, lacquered and burnished for ornamenting 
Chairs, Mantel-pieces, &c. Drugget Pin, metal top, steel spike 
to fasten down Carpets, & c. 

Corbett, John, M.P. ; Salt Manufacturer ; The Salt Works 
of Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. 

Various kinds of Salt made from the Brine Springs at Stoke 
Prior, Worcestershire. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 43. 


Cramlington Coal Co. ; near Neivcastle-upon- Tyne. 

One large and four small blocks of the West Hartley Main 
Coal. 

Devon Great Consols Co., Limited; Copper Miners and 
Manufacturers of Arsenic; 134, Gresham House, Old 
Broad Street, London. Works, Tavistock, Devon. 
Samples of Yellow Copper Ore. Samples of Arsenical Mundic 
from which the White Powdered Arsenic is made. Sample of 
Arsenic and Crystals. 

The Diamond Fuel Company, Limited; Manufacturers, 
Patentees, and Inventors ; 23, Old Broad St., London. 
Works, Belvedere, Kent. 

Bricquets made from Welsh Steam Coal dust, equal to the 
large coal of same seams ; occupies one third less space in 
stowage, particularly adapted for sea-going steamers, railway 
locomotives, export and manufacturing purposes. 

Evans, D. & H. C. ; Coal Exporters ; Ferry side Chambers, 
Swansea. 

Blocks of Anthracite Coal from the district of Swansea, South 
Wales. 

Evans, Edward ; Blue-Stone Quarry, Nantglyn, Denbigh, 
North Wales. 

Tablet of Blue Stone, with copy of a Speech in “ Phonetic 
Shorthand ” lithographed on the surface. 

Everitt, Allen, & Sons ; Manufacturers ; Kingston Metal 
Works, Birmingham. 

Seamless Brass and Copper Tubes. Brazed Brass and Copper 
Tubes. Ornamented Brass Tubes. Sheet Brass and Copper. 
Brass, Copper, Iron, and Steel Wire. Patent Brass Bearings 
for Machinery. Patent Sheathing Metal. Patent Metal Nails 
for sheathing. Copper Boat Nails. 

Fox, Charles, & Son ; Bronze Patent Metal Manufacturers 
and Inventors ; 15, Old Change, Cannon St. West, 
London. 

“ Sterling Bronze Patent Metal” to be used for every kind of 
fitting on every class of building where metal is generally 
used, such as Door Knobs, Finger Plates, Bell Pulls, Window 
Fittings, &c. 

Francis, Thomas, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Malleable Cast 
Iron Nails and Castings ; Lion Nail Works, Spark- 
brook, Birmingham. 

Malleable Cast Iron Coffin Nails and Pins. Tin Tacks. Hob 
Nails. Carpet Nails and Rings. Rivets, Studs, Machine made 
Slate Nails. Castings, Composition Sheathing Slating, Deck 
and Boat Nails. 

Glover, William James, & Co. ; Rope Makers ; St. Helens, 
Lancashire. 

Round and Flat Hemp, Iron, and Steel Ropes used for mining, 
agricultural, and other purposes. Specialities. Compound 


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Ropes made from St. Petersburgh, Clean and Manilla Hemps 
lighter and stronger than ordinary hemp ropes, and as durable. 
Non-twisting Iron and Steel sinking Ropes for increasing the 
safety of the miners during sinking operations. Steel ropes, 
breaking strain 1 60 tons to the square inch, made from patent 
plough steel wire. 

Gordon, A. McC., & Co. ; Lead and Tin Manufacturers and 
Merchants; 59 and 61, Bridgwater St., Liverpool . 
Various specimens of Lead encased Block Tin Pipe, shown in 
section and in sundry forms, exhibiting the tin lining which 
protects the flowing liquid from the lead. 

The Earl Granville, K.G. ; Shelton Colliery and Iron 
Works, near Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. 

Various samples of Coal and Ironstone in the condition in 
which raised from the Mines ; samples of the same Ironstone 
calcined or roasted. Various samples of Pig Iron of different 
qualities made from the minerals exhibited. A Section of the 
Mines drawn on paper. 

Great Western Colliery Co. ; Colliery Proprietors and Coke 
Manufacturers ; 35, West Bute St., Cardiff. Works , 

Rhondda Valley, Glamorganshire. 

Rhondda Navigation Steam Coal, Rhondda Vale Coke. 

Greening, N., & Sons ; Wire Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
Warrington, Lancashire. 

Metallic Wire Cloth, woven by steam machinery, used in 
Mining, Rice and Flour Milling, &c. 

H ar land, John Whitfield ; Draughtsman and Engraver on 
Wood, Inventor; 49, Essex Street, Strand, London. 

Selection of Door Furniture on the patent “ Locknut ” prin- 
ciple ; the knobs or handles are securely fixed to the spindle by 
means of a “nut,” which is capable of being adjusted to any 
thickness of door. (Made by T. J. Cooke, Cleveland Works, 
W olverhampton . ) 

Harper & Moores ; Manufacturers of Fire Clay Goods ; 
Stourbridge. 

Stourbridge Fire-clays in their raw state and refractory 
materials. (Exhibit also in Class 66.) 

Harrison, Ainslie, & Co. ; Ironmasters ; Newland Furnace, 
Ulverston, Lancashire, and 3, East India Avenue, 
London. 

Cold Blast Charcoal Pig Iron, Lorn. Hematite (red). Rocks 
in which the Hematite is found. Castings from the Pig Iron, 
made malleable by the annealing process. 

Hattersley, Edward J., & Co., Limited ; Makers of Steel 
and Steel Goods ; Borussia Steel Works, Pea Croft, 
Sheffield. Paris, 22, Rue Meslay. 

Cast Steel, suitable for manufacturing into Engineers’, Machi- 
nists’, Engravers’, Joiners’, Masons’, Shoemakers’, and other 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 43. 


Tools, Bar Steel. Converted Blister Steel. Faggotted Bar, 
Single Shear, and Double Shear for welding to Iron and 
facing Anvils. Hammers, Edge Tools, and Picks. Swedish 
Bar (Exhibitors’ own brand specially imported), prepared 
ready for manufacturing into carriage and other springs. 
Sheet Steel, hot rolled and cold rolled, various gauges suitable 
for manufacturing into Saws, Springs, Pens, &c. Files and 
Steel Tools generally. 

Hatton, Sons, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Iron, Tin Plates, 
and Tin Sheets; Broadwaters 'Bin Plate Works , Kid- 
derminster ; and Bradley Tin Plate Works , Bilston. 
Sheet Iron. Tin Plates. Tin Sheets. Articles made there- 
from. 

Hayes, Crossley, & Co. ; Needle Manufacturers ; 153, 

Cheapside, London. Works, Alcester. 

Sewing Needles, Double Pointed Needles, Sewing Machine 
Needles, Upholstering, Knitting, Netting, Crotchet, Saddlers’, 
Bookbinders’, Tapestry, Embroidery, Glovers’, Yarn, Sail, 
Packing and Surgical Needles, Fish-hooks, Hair-pins, Needle 
Cases fitted. Samples of Needles in all stages of manufacture, 
each process shown and labelled. 

Higgin, Thomas ; Salt Proprietor, Inventor, and Patentee 
of New Process ; 33, Tower Buildings, Liverpool. 
Works, Northwich , Cheshire. 

Salt specially made for the preparation of Butter and Cheese, 
very pure. Salt, very pure, specially prepared for table use. 

Houghton, James, & Son; Wire Drawers; Townsend Wire 
Mills, Turner St., Warrington, Lancashire. 

Brass and Steel Pinion Wire, Round Polished Steel Wire, in 
lengths and rings ; other Steel Wires used in the manufacture 
of Clocks and Watches ; small Files, Tools, Broaches and 
Gravers used in the manufacture of Watches and Clocks. 

Houghton, William Dickson; Steel Wire Manufacturer; 
Sankey Wire Mills, Warrington. {Agent in Paris, 
C. IJHoste, 5, Rue de Marseille.) 

Patent Steel Music Wire for Pianoforte and other purposes. 
Patent Steel Rope Wire for Colliery, Mining, and Agricul- 
tural Purposes, for To wing- Hawsers, Tramways, Bridges, and 
other purposes requiring great strength and toughness 
combined. Square, Flat, Click, and other shaped steel wires. 
Pinion and Round Steel Wire for Watch and Clock 
purposes. Steel Wire for general purposes. Steel Wire for 
Drills and other Tools, and for Needles. Brass Pinion Wire 
for Gas and Water Meters. 

Jessop, William, & Sons ( Limited) ; Steel Manufacturers ; 
Brightside Works, Sheffield. {Agent in Paris, T. C. 
Hounsfield, 8, Rue de Lancry.) 

Cast Steel in bars, sheets, bands, coils, and plates. Specimens 
of Bar Steel. 


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Johnson, (Richard), Clapham, & Morris ; 24 and 26, Lever 
St., Manchester, and 23, Cheapside, Dale St, Liver- 
pool. Works, Mill St., Manchester. 

Patent Machine-made Wire Netting, 4-inch mesh, with plain 
and stranded wire centre strands twisted into the body of the 
mesh. Galvanized Wire Netting, various meshes, machine- 
made. Extra strong wove wire cloth for mines, &c., woven by 
steam-pow r er. Paper Machine Wires. Miners’ safety Lamps. 
Brass Steam Fittings. Tinned Iron Sheets for Steam Cylin- 
ders. 

Jonas, Meyer, & Colver ; Steel Manufacturers; Continental 
Steel Works, Bessemer Road, Attercliffe, Sheffield. 

Samples of Blister Steel, Cogged Bars, and finished Crucible 
Cast Steel, specially adapted for “fine tools,” showing the 
different stages of manufacture, and the various tempers in 
which it is made for different purposes. 

Jowitt, Thomas, & Sons ; Steel, File, Saw, and Engineers’ 
Tool Manufacturers ; Scotia Steel Works, Sheffield. 
(. Agents in Paris, Perret et (Jie, 8, Rue de Sambre et 
Meuse .) 

Steel of all kinds in bars, sheets, and forgings. Files, Saws, 
and Engineers’ tools, &c. 

Kenrick, Archibald, & Sons ; Ironfounders and Patentees ; 
West Bromwich, near Birmingham. 

Cast-iron Cooking Utensils, tinned or enamelled on the 
inside. Cast-iron Enamelled Ware for sanitary purposes. Coffee, 
Drug, and Spice Mills. Smoothing Irons with removable 
wooden handles. General Builders’ Ironmongery. 

Kirby, Beard, & Co. ; Pin and Needle Manufacturers ; 18, 
Cannon St., London. Works, Birmingham and Red- 
ditch ; Paris, 5, Rue Auber. 

Pins, Needles, and Hair Pins in packets and fancy cases. 

The Leeds Forge Company, Limited ; (Samson Fox, 
Managing Director) Iron Manufacturers, Inventors: 
Armley Road, Leeds, Yorkshire. 

Best Yorkshire Iron Boiler Plates, Flanged and Welded Boiler 
Plates, Locomotive Crank Axles in the rough and finished, 
Railway Straight Axles, Short Lengths and Bars, and speci- 
mens of materials in all stages of progress. Fox’s patent cor- 
rugated Boiler Furnace Flue, made from the finest selected 
cold blast pig iron. It has the following advantages : — In- 
creased strength against collapse ; much thinner plate than 
usual may be used and higher pressure adopted with increased 
safety ; increased heating surface ; a more effective heating 
surface, due to flame impinging on corrugated surfaces ; more 
elasticity longitudinally compared with a plain flue; increased 
circulating action of the water, due to steam being formed in 
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CATALOGUE. CLASS 43. 


Lilleshall Company; Coal and Iron Masters, Engineers, 
Founders, &c. ; Priors Lee Hall, near Shifnal, Shrop - 
shire. 

Pig Iron of various qualities. Minerals consisting of Native 
Ironstone, raw and calcined. Coals and Coke. 

The London & South Wales Coal Company, Limited; 

Colliery Proprietors; London, Liverpool, Cardiff, and 
Newport. Works, Treherhert, Rhondda Valley, Gla- 
morganshire, and Risca, Monmouthshire. 

“North Dunraven Merthyr” Upper Four Feet Smokeless 
Steam Coal and “ Risca Black Vein ” Steam Coal. 

Londonderry, Marquess of ; Seaham, Durham. 

Coals : “ Londonderry Hartley,” for steam purposes. London- 
derry Gas Coal, for the manufacture of gas and coke. Lon- 
donderry Primrose, for household use. Vane’s Wallsend, for 
household use. Silksworth Nuts, for manufacturing purposes. 
Silksworth Peas, for blacksmiths’ purposes. Londonderry Nuts, 
for household and steam purposes. 

Marshall, Robert ; Cannel Coal Merchant ; 198, St. Vin- 
cent St., Glasgow. Collieries, Newbcittle, Edinburgh- 
shire, and West Wemyss, Fifeshire, Scotland. 

Sample of rich Cannel or Gas Coal, called the Marquis of 
Lothian’s “Newbattle,” yielding 12,573 cubic feet of 33 '8 
candle gas per ton and 1,046 lbs. of excellent coke, containing 
only 3 ‘ 9 per cent, of ash per ton. Sample of rich Cannel or Gas 
Coal named “Old Wemyss,” yielding 13,320 cubic feet of 
32 • 62 candle gas and 1,035 lbs. of coke, containing 26 • 50 per 
cent, of ash per ton. 

Marston, John; Japanner and Tin-worker; Paul Street 
Works, Wolverhampton. 

Travelling Trunks, Coal Vases, Tea Trays, Dish Covers, and 
articles in Tin for domestic use. 

Mason & Co. ; Coal Merchants ; Custom House Chambers, 
Leith, arul 5, Arthur St. East, London. 

A and B Cannel Gas Coal for manufacturing gas in large 
volume of great purity and high illuminating power. A and 
B soft and hard Steam Coal for economy, purity, endurance, 
and calorific force, the latter suitable for export on account 
of freedom from sulphur and non-liability to disintegration 
through frequent transhipment. A and B soft and hard Coal 
for domestic use, for purity, endurance, and freedom from ash, 
the latter suitable for export on account of non-liability to 
disintegration during transit and transhipment. 

Milward, Henry, & Sons; Manufacturers and Inventors; 
Washj'ord Mills, Redditch ; Paris, 65, Boulevard de 
Sebastopol. 

Needles, Sewing Machine Needles, and Fish-hooks, prepared 
from the finest English cast steel, perfectly hardened and 
tempered. 


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Montgomerie, John Cuninghame; Hone Manufacturer; 

“ Water of Ayr Stone ” Quarry and Hone TForks, 
Dalmore , Stair. Ayrshire , Scotland. ( Agent in 
Paris , G. Hadfield, 92, Rue d’ Hauteville.) 

“ Water of Ayr Stone ” Hone manufactured into Wheelstones, 
Segments for Circular Stones, Polishing Stones and Blocks for 
engravers and lithographers, &c. Curriers Octagon Clearing 
Stones, Joiners’ Blocks, Slips and Lapstones for clock manufac- 
turers, jewellers, silversmiths, engravers, &c. for sharping and 
polishing purposes. 

Morewood, E., & Co- ; Manufacturers of Tin and Terne 
Plates and Sheets, Inventors ; South Wales and Cam- 
brian Tin Plate Works, Llanelly South Wales. 

Plates and sheets of Iron coated with Tin and Terne Metal. 

Nettlefolds ; (also trading as “ The Castle Iron Co.,” and 
“The Imperial Wire Co.”) Screw Manufacturers, Iron- 
masters, and Wire Drawers; 16, Broad St., Birming- 
ham. Works, Smethwick and King’s Norton, Bir- 
mingham, and Wellington, Shropshire. 

All descriptions of Iron, Brass, and Copper Screws for wood 
or metal. Screw Hooks and Eyes, Gate Hooks and Eyes, special 
Hooks for Cotton Machinery ; Cotter Pins ; Bright Bolts and 
Nuts ; all kinds of Iron Rivets ; Pianoforte furniture ; Ratchet 
Braces and Steam Lubricators. Bar Iron ; Rolled Iron Rods, 
Rolled and drawn fencing and other Wire. Fencing Staples ; 
Wire Nails, &c. 

Newall, R. S. ; Wire Rope Manufacturer, Inventor ; Gates- 
head-on- Tyne. 

Iron and Steel Wire Ropes for Colliery and Railway purposes, 
for Capstans, Guide Ropes, Suspension Bridges, Rigging, &c. 
Iron, Steel, and Copper Cords for Turret Clocks, Window 
Sashes, &c. Gilt and Silver Cords for hanging pictures. Sub- 
marine Telegraph Cables. Lightning Conductors. 

Newport Abercoru Black Vein Steam Coal Co., Limited (T. 

IIeyxox & Co., Shippers); 115, Leadenhall Street, 
London. Colliery, Celynen, Neivport, Monmouth- 
shire, South Wales. 

Sample Blocks of Newport Abercorn Black Vein Steam Coal. 

The North of England Iron Manufacturers’ Association & 
The Cleveland Ironmasters’ Association ; Royal Ex- 
change, Middlesborough. Works situated in various 
parts of the North of England. 

Samples to illustrate the manufacture of Pig and finished 
Iron, also Steel, including specimens of Cleveland Ironstone, 
South Durham Coke, and Limestone. Specimens of Cleve- 
land Pig and finished Iron. Specimens of Steel made in 
Cleveland, together with other products of the district. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 43. 


Palmer, Morgan, & Co. ; Coal O wners ; Cardiff; 48, Coal 
Exchange, London. {Paris, 5, Rue dc Chatcaudun .) 
Welsh Smokeless Steam Coal, “ Palmer’s Merthyr,” Anthra- 
cite, and Coals for Engines, Gas, Forges, &c. {See also Class 54.) 

Parsons, Perceval Moses ; Civil Engineer, Inventor ; The 
White Brass Co., Lombard St., Southwark, London. 
Manganese Bronze in the form of Ingots, Castings, Forgings, 
Rolled Rods for Bolts, Pump Rods, &c. Sheets and Sheathing, 
Tubes, Wire, &c. Ingots of White Brass, No. 1 for solid 
bearings. No. 2 for filling or lining bearings, &c. 

The Phosphor Bronze Co., Limited; Manufacturers and 
Founders of Phosphor Bronze Metal; 139, Cannon 
St., London. 

Bearings and other parts of machinery which have been in use, 
showing the superior durability of the metal. Wire for Tele- 
graphic purposes, for Mines (as pit ropes, signal wires), for 
Organs, and for Paper Makers, &c. Ornamental Castings; 
Harness Furniture ; Tubes for Locomotives and Marine Boilers ; 
Pressure Gauges ; Sheets for sheathing Ships, and for nume- 
rous other purposes ; Steam Fittings ; Tools for Gunpowder 
Mills. 

Pike, W. J. ; Clay Merchant ; Wareham, Dorsetshire. 
Works, Isle of Purbcek. 

Specimens of fine Clays, for the manufacture of the finest 
pottery, and other purposes. 

Read, Jefferson ; Electro-Metallurgist, Inventor ; The 
“ Arcanum" Plating Works, Louisa St., Parade, Bir~ 
mingham. 

Objects in Steel, Cast, Wrought, Malleable, and Sheet Iron, 
electro-silver plated by a newly discovered process, by which 
the necessity for previously coating iron or steel with copper 
or other metal is obviated. 

Richards & Co., Limited ; Colliery Proprietors; 1, 
Fenchurch Street, London. Works, Llannharran, 
South Wales. {Paris, Rue de Rome, 4.) 

Coal. 

The Ryhope Coal Co., Limited ; Colliery Owners ; Ryhope 
Office, Sunderland. 

Ryhope Hartley Steam Coal for Steam purposes. Ryhope 
Nut Coals for Household purposes. Ryhope Pea Nut Coals 
for Blacksmith purposes. 

Seebohm & Dieckstahl ; Steel Manufacturers ; Dannemora 
Steel Works, Willey St., Wicker, Sheffield. (. Agents 
in Paris, A. Grimault $ Co, 66, Quai Jemmapes.) 
Swedish Iron, Cast and Blister Steel in Bars and Fractures, 
showing the appearance of the Steel in the various tempers and 
stages of manufacture from Iron into Cast Steel. 


CATALOGUE.— -CLASS 43. 


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Shaw, John ; Manufacturer ; Wire Rope and Fencing 
Works, Soho St., Sheffield. 

Gilt and Silver Picture Cord. Copper and Galvanized Wire 
Sash Cord. Copper Rope Lightning Conductors. Galvanized 
Fencing Strand. Galvanized Wire Rigging Ropes. Round 
and Flat Cast Steel and Charcoal Wire Ropes. Bridge Ropes 
and Cables. Iron Wire Conductors or Pit Guides. Steel 
Wire Ropes for Steam Cultivators. 

Shelton Bar Iron Co. ; Iron Manufacturers ; Stoke-on- 
Trent, Staffordshire ; and 122, Cannon St., London. 
Samples of Rolled Iron of various sections, including Angles, 
Tees, Joists or Girders, Channels, Rails, &c.. and Plates. 

Siddons, Joseph & Jesse ; Hill Top, West Bromwich, 
Staffordshire. 

Enamelled and Tinned Cast Iron Hollow Ware, and a variety 
of domestic and other Ironmongery. 

Smith, Frederick, & Co. ; Wire Manufacturers ; Caledonia 
Works, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Samples of Iron in its various stages cf manufacture into wire 
for colliery ropes. Galvanized Wire for ships’ rigging. Tele- 
graph Wire, Card Wire, Reed Wire, Weaving Wire, Bonnet 
Wire, &c. 

Smith, James, & Son ; Needle Manufacturers ; Astwood 
Bank, near Redditcli. 

Hand Sewing and Sewing Machine Needles, and Pack Needles, 
Mattrass and Upholsterers’ Needles, Surgeons’ Needles ; Hair 
Pins; Knitting Pins; Netting Needles; Crochet Hooks; 
Bodkins; Fancy Needle Cases, &c. 

Smith, John Wright; Self-acting Needle Maker; 121, 
Belgrave Gate, Leicester. 

Self-acting Needles for Stocking Frames and for weaving 
Stockings and Shirts. 

Smith, William, & Son ; Patent Steel Wire Manufacturers ; 
Dallam Wire Works, Warrington. ( Agent in Paris, 
E. Muller, 66, Rue de Bondy.) 

Steel Music Wire for Pianoforte purposes. Steel Rope Wire 
for Mining purposes. Steel Plough Wire for Agricultural 
purposes. Galvanized Steel Wire for Ships’ Hawsers. Bright 
Round Steel Wire for Sewing Machine purposes. Twist, Drills, 
&c. Pinion Wire for Clock and Watch purposes. Cast Steel 
Wire of every description ; also Lancashire Tools, viz., Pliers, 
Nippers, Bench Vices, & c. 

The Snedshill Iron Co. ; Iron Manufacturers : near Shifnal, 
Shropshire. 

Samples of best quality Iron. Plates for high pressure and 
other Steam Boilers. Puddled Rods for making Screws, 
Springs, and drawing down into small sizes for general pur- 
poses. Charcoal Rods for Wire Ropes, &c. Plating Bars for 
Spades and Shovels. Bars for Chains, Ship Cables, Horse 
Shoes, and for all engineering uses. Angle and Rivet Iron for 
Steam Boilers. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 43. 


Snelus, George James ; Manager of Iron and Steel Works 
and Analyst; Workington , Cumberland. 

Analyzed Specimens of Iron Ores and Fluxes, and tested 
samples of Iron and Steel to illustrate and elucidate tile metal- 
lurgy of iron and steel. 

South Derwent Colliery Co. ; Lombard St., Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. Collieries in the county of Durham. 

A block of West Pelaw Main Gas Coal. A lot of above 
Coal screened as delivered to Gas Companies. Samples of 
Coke made from the same Coal at Paris Gas Company’s Works, 
and at the Colliery Coke Ovens. Sample of Butterknowle 
Coke, used for manufacture of Steel. Photographs of the Pits, 
of the Works, and of the Steamers employed by the Company. 

Spencer, J. B,., & Son ; Manufacturers ; Albion Steel Works, 
Sheffield. 

Files and Cast Steel. 

Spencer, Walter, & Company ; Steel and File Manufacturers ; 
Midland Steel Works, Rotherham. 

Sample Bars of Steel and Sample Files. 

The Swansea Tin Plate Co. ; Manufacturers ; Swansea 
TT orks, Cwmbrorla, near Swansea. 

Tin Plates of the following qualities : BV. “ Common Coke,” 
“ Pentre Best Coke,” “ Gloster Second Charcoal,” “ J. S. Best 
Charcoal,” all in sheets. Tin Plates made up into various 
utensils. 

Tayler, D. F., 8c Co. ; (late Edelsten & Williams) Pin Manu- 
facturers and Patentees; New Nall Works, Geoi'ge 
St., Birmingham. ( Agent in Paris, George Hadfield, 
92, Rue d' Hautevillc . ) 

Solid Headed Pins. Hair Pins. Hooks and Eyes. Pearl 
Buttons. Iron, Steel, Brass, and Copper Wire. Rolled Metals 
of all descriptions. 

Thomas, S., & Sons ; Needle and Fish Hook Manufacturers ; 
British Needle Mills, Redditch. 

Hand Sewing Needles. .Sail and Pack Needles. Mattrass 
and Upholsterer’s Needles. Surgeon’s Needles. Sewing 
Machine Needles. Fish Hooks. Netting Needles. Knitting 
Pins. Bodkins, &c. 

Thriscutt & Bale ; China Clay Manufacturers ; St. Austell. 
Works, Caudledown, near St. Austell, Cornwall. 

China Clay, or Kaolin, in its raw or rough state, prepared for 
shipment, fired and manufactured. 

Turner, R., and Sons ; Inventors and Manufacturers of 
Needles, Pins, and Fish Hooks; Steam Mills, Red- 

ditch., 

Needles of all kinds. Brass and Steel Pins. Fish Hooks, &c. 

Turton, Thomas, & Sons ; Steel Manufacturers ; Sheaf Works, 
Sheffield; 35, Queen St., Cannon St., London; 12, 
Rue des Archives, Paris. 

Steel, Steel Tools, Steel Springs, Steel Files, &c. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 43. 


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Tweddell, MacLaren, & Co. ; 5, Queen Street , Newcastle- 
on- Tyne ; Collieries, Dunfermline , Fife, Scotland. 

A block of Steam Coal named “ Elgin Wallsend.” 

Tylor, A., & Co. ; Colliery Proprietors for Smokeless Steam 
Coal; 123, Bute St., Cardiff. 5, Fast India Avenue , 
London. Works, Ferndale Valley, near Cardiff. 
Block of Coal. Samples of Coal showing fracture, &c. A Map 
of the country showing position of Coal field. Sections show- 
ing the geological formation. 

Vivian, H, H,, & Co. ; Brass and German Silver Manu- 
facturers ; 46, George St., Saint Paul's, Birmingham. 
Sets of German Silver Spoons and Forks, of various patterns, 
plated and non-plated. Various samples illustrating the mode 
of manufacture. German Silver Sheets, and articles made from 
similar sheets. Specimens of refined Nickel, and samples 
illustrating the manufacture thereof. Specimen of Brass and 
Copper Boiler and Condenser Tubes. Brass Sheets and Wire. 

Walker, James ; 10, Elmwood Place , Leeds. Mines, 

Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland. 

Samples of Kaolin and its productions. 1. Kaolin as taken 
from the mine. 2. Flour of Kaolin (China Clay) washed out 
of the above. 3. Quartz remaining after the washing. 4. Fire 
Bricks made from Kaolin. 5. Amethystine Quartz lying 
under the Kaolin. By analysis Kaolin is proved to consist 
only of pure Silica and Alumina. 

Wardrobe 8c Smith ; Manufacturers ; Meadow Steel Works, 
Well Meadow St., Sheffield. 

Sample Bars of Steel for the manufacture of Files, Edge Tools, 
Turning Tools, Chisels, Razors, Scissors, Table and Pocket 
Cutlery, Saws, Beetroot Knives, Wire, Cork Screws, &c. 

Warrington Wire Rope Works, Limited; Wire and Wire 
Rope Manufacturers ; 13, Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. 
Works, Bewsey Ropery, Warrington. 

Samples of Wire Rope cut from pieces actually manufactured 
for use in Coal, Iron, Copper, and other Mines, for hoisting, 
winding, and inclined planes. Tunnel and Incline Ropes for 
Railways. Signal and Lamp Cords for Railways. Copper 
Lightning Conductor Rope. Sash and Picture Cord. Gal- 
vanized Iron and Steel Wire Rope for Ship’s Rigging and 
Steel Wire Lanyard Rope. 

The Waynes Merthyr Company, Limited ; Colliery Pro- 
prietors, Iron Manufacturers, and Fire Brick Makers ; 
Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Lane, London. 
Collieries, Aberdare, South Wales. 

A piece of Steam Coal showing the section of one of the 
several seams worked by this Company, known as the South 
Wales Smokeless Coal. 

The Western Merthyr Coal & Fuel Co., Limited ; Manu- 
facturers of Patent Fuel and Colliery Proprietors; 
Swansea, Glamorganshire. 

Patent Fuel in blocks. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 43. 


White, William, & Son ; Ironmongers, Brass Founders, and 
Patentees of Gibbons’ Door Furniture ; 345, Oxford 
Street, London. 

Door Knobs, Handles, and finger plates. 

Whitwell, Thomas ; Ironmaster, Inventor ; Thornaby Iron- 
works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

Model of Fire Brick Hot Blast Oven. Collections of Bessemer 
and other Iron made by this process. Drawings of the Hot 
Blast Ovens. Photographs of various works where the Whit- 
well Ovens are in use. 

The Wigan Coal & Iron Company, Limited ; Colliery Pro- 
prietors and Iron Smelters ; Wigan, Lancashire. 
Specimens of Arley Coal, used principally for Gas making and 
household purposes. Specimens of Cannel, used for Gas mak- 
ing and producing a large quantity of Gas of a high illuminat- 
ing power. Specimens of Hematite Iron Ore, the produce of 
the Company’s Mines at Messelmoun, near Cherchell, Algeria. 
Specimens of Pig Iron made from Messelmoun Ore exclusively. 
Specimens of Pig Iron made from other Ore. Section of Strata 
passed through in sinking the Lindsay Pit at Wigan. View of 
Ironworks, consisting of ten Blast Furnaces, at Kirkless, Wigan. 

Wiggin, Henry, & Co. ; Nicked and Cobalt Refiners and Ger- 
man Silver Manufacturers; 55, George St., Parade, 
Birmingham. ( Agent in Paris, Ph. Roux, 138, Rue 
Amelot .) 

Nickel and Cobalt Ores. Refined Oxides of Nickel and Cobalt. 
Metallic Nickel and Cobalt. Nickel Plates for Electro-deposit- 
ing purposes. German Silver Sheets and Wires, drawn, rolled, 
and ornamental patterns. Blanks for Spoons and Forks, plain 
and ornamental stamped patterns. 

Woodfield, William, & Sons ; Needle and Fish Hook Manu- 
facturers ; Easemore Works and Victoria Mills, 
Redd itch, Worcestershire. 

Hand Sewing Needles. Sewing Machine Needles. Knitting, 
Netting, Tape, and Wool Needles. Crochet Hooks. Fancy 
Needle Cases. Surgical Needles. Fish Hooks and general 
Fishing Tackle. 

Wright, W. B., & Company ; Galvanized Iron Manufacturers ; 
St. Philips, Bristol, and 17, Gracechurch St., London. 
Galvanized Sheet Iron, flat and corrugated, various lengths to 
sixteen feet, and articles manufactured of Galvanized Iron. 


Class 45. — Products of Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, and 
Spontaneous Products. Machines and Instruments 

CONNECTED THEREWITH. 

Collections and drawings of terrestrial and amphibious animals, 
of birds, eggs, fishes, of cetacea, of mollusca, and Crustacea. 

Products of hunting and shooting : furs and skins, hair, bristles, 
undressed feathers, down, horn, teeth, ivory, bone, tortoise-shell, 
musk, castoreum, and analogous products. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 45. 


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Products of fishing : train oil, spermaceti, &c. Whalebone, 
ambergris, shells of mollusca, pearls, mother-of-pearl, sepia, purple, 
coral, sponge. 

Vegetable products of the earth, obtained without culture : 
mushrooms, truffles, wild fruit, licheus used as dyes, food, and 
fodder ; fermented sap ; Peruvian bark ; useful barks and fila- 
ments ; wax, resinous gums ; india-rubber, gutta-percha, &c. 

Traps and snares : fishing lines and hooks, harpoons, nets, 
bait, and fishing apparatus. 

Apparatus and instruments for gathering the products obtained 
without culture. 

Allcock, Samuel, & Co.; Fish Hook, Fishing Pod, and 
Fishing Tackle Manufacturer; Standard Works, 
Redditch. 

Fish Hooks, Fishing Rods, Fishing Reels, Sea and River Lines, 
Artificial Baits, Artificial Flies, Silk Worm Gut, &c. 

Bartleet, William, & Sons ; Manufacturers of Needles, F’ish 
Hooks, and Fishing Tackle, Patentees ; Abbey Mills, 
Hedditch. 

Fish Hpoks. Fishing Tackle. Fishing Rods. Silkworm Gut 
for fishing purposes. Exhibited in Class 43. 

Buchanan, James; Fish Hook Manufacturer; 58 to 62, 
Dale St., Tradeston, Glasgow. 

Sea Fish Hooks of all descriptions. 

Dickson, William, & Co. ; Fishing Rod Manufacturers ; 
Gilmore Park, West Fountainbridge, Edinburgh. 
Salmon and Trout Fishing Rods, with Improved Lock-fast 
Joints. Improved Landing Poles, Nets, Reels, and other fishing 
appliances. 

Francati & Santamaria; 65, Hatton Garden, London. 
Shells and Cameos. (Exhibit also in Class 39.) 

Jacob, Bernard ; Shell Importer ; 21, Houndsditch, and 84, 
East India Road, London. 

Shells, Corals, and articles made from Shells. 

Rolland, B. ; Singapore. 

Natural History Objects: Stuffed Birds, &c. (Exhibited in 
Indian Section). 

Ryder, William Henry; Manufacturer and Inventor; 48, 
Ellis St., Birmingham. 

Fishing Winches and Tackle. New method of fixing reel or 
winch to rod, so that the rod held in any position balances in 
the hand. Champagne Taps or Syphons. 

Stuart, John & William ; Cotton and Hemp Spinners and 
Net Makers; Esk Mills, Musselburgh, Scotland. 
Cotton and Hemp, prepared, spun, and twisted in Exhibitor’s 
mills and woven into Nets by machinery constructed by Ex- 


158 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 45. 


hibitors. The herring and mackerel Nets are made 800 meshes 
in breadth and up to 1,000 yards in length. A Selvage of 
stout cord is woven and can he knitted on the top and bottom, 
as usually required by the French fisheries. The size of the 
rows of meshes is accurately mentioned, and the knots are firm 
and cast on the best principle. 

Woodfield, William, & Sons ; Needle and Fish Hook Manu- 
facturers; Ease more Works and Victoria Mills , Red- 
ditch. 

Fish Hooks and general Fishing Tackle (exhibited in Class 
43). 

Wright. Robert ; Fishing Rod and Fishing Tackle Manu- 
facturer, Inventor ; 16, Princes St., Edinburgh. 
Fishing Rods, Reels, and Lines ; Grilse Sea Trout, Loch and 
River Flies ; Landing Nets, and Wading Boots and Stockings, 
and Angling Gear. 


Class 46. — Agricultural Products not used for Food. 

Textile materials ; raw cotton, flax, and hemp, scutched and 
unscutched ; textile vegetable fibres of all kinds ; wool, washed or 
unwashed ; cocoons of the silkworm. 

Various agricultural products used in manufactures, in phar- 
macy, and for household purposes ; oleaginous plants ; oil, wax, 
resin. 

Tobacco in leaves or manufactured. German tinder. Tanning 
and dyeing substances. 

Preserved fodder, and substances specially intended for feeding 
cattle. 

Draper, John; 22, Great Winchester St., London. 

Specimens of Low Wools used in the manufacture of Carpets, 
&c. {See also Class 85.) 

Grist Brothers; Rag Wool Manufacturers; Marshall’s 
Buildings, Huddersfield. 

Wools remade from Rags, used as substitutes for Wool. 

Grunebaum, Joseph; Cigarette Manufacturer; 45, Old 
Bond St., Piccadilly , London. 

Cigarettes made of the finest Turkish Tobacco. 

TToll Thomas Henry; Mungo and Waste Manufacturer; 
Bright Mill, Grafton Street, Bailey, Yorkshire. 

Mungo Shoddy and Waste for re-manufacture. 

Marcovitch & Co.; Turkish Cigarette Manufacturers ; 11, 
Air St., Regent St., London. 

Turkish Tobacco in Leaf called “ Dubec Aromatic,” the same 
cut up for making Cigarettes, and Cigarettes manufactured 
from the same. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 46. 


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Sevin, Charles ; Palm Nut Oil and Meal Manufacturer ; 
Palm Oil Mills, Morris Road, Chrisp St., Poplar , and 
155, Fenchurch St., City, London. 

Palm Nut Kernels as imported from Africa. Palm Nut Oil 
used for soap making-, extracted from the kernels by means 
of bisulphide of carbon instead of by the ordinary system of 
hydraulic presses. Palm Nut Meal in its natural coarse state. 
Palm Nut Meal ground fine, and Palm Nut Meal made into a 
cake, all for use as cattle food, and particularly suitable for 
milch cows. 

Stafford, J., Sons, & Oswin ; Cigar Manufacturers ; Campbell 
St., Leicester. 

Cigars made from Manilla and Havana Tobacco Leaf. Cigars 
made from Esmeralda Leaf Tobacco. (See also Class 71.) 


Class 47.— -Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products. 

Acids, alkalis, salts of all kinds. Sea-salt and products ex- 
tracted from mother water. 

Various products of chemistry : wax and fatty substances ; soaps 
and candles ; raw materials used in perfumery ; resins, tar, and 
the products derived from them ; essences and varnishes ; various 
coating substances ; blacking. Objects made of india-rubber and 
gutta-percha ; dyes and colours. 

Mineral waters and natural and artificial aerated waters. Paw 
materials used in pharmacy. Medicines, simple and made up. 

Allen. & Hanburys ; Pharmaceutical Chemists and Whole- 
sale Druggists ; Plough Court, 37, Lombard St., 
London. Works, Lewisham Bridge, Lewisham, near 
London, and Longwa, Norway. 

Pure Cod Liver Oil. Different varieties of Pate de Jujube, pre- 
pared by Hawker’s Patent Process. Pharmaceutical prepara- 
tions. 

Atkinson, George, & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists ; 66, 
Aldersgate St., London. 

Chemical Productions, viz. : Refined Camphor. Iodide of 
Potassium. Bromide of Potassium. Bromide of Ammonium. 
Nitrate of Ammonia. Red Iodide of Mercury. Red Oxide of 
Mercury. Resublimed Iodine. Bromide of Cadmium. Iodide 
of Cadmium. Iodide of Lead. Oil of Almonds, expressed. 
Oil of Cloves and of Cubebs. Vermilion, crude, deep and pale. 
Other chemical productions. 

Baiss, Brothers, & Co. ; Wholesale Druggists ; 4, Jewry St., 
Aldgate, London. 

Choice specimens of Drugs. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


Bashford, G. J. St. John; Manufacturer and Inventor of 
the Star Plate and Universal Polishing Powder; 91, 
Riving ton St., Shoreditch , London. 

A Plate Polishing Powder, a purely mineral preparation. It is 
entirely free from acids, mercury, or any injurious matter, and 
is also perfectly free from grit or any rough substance. It 
imparts an instantaneous brilliant and lasting polish to gold, 
silver, and electro-plated goods, and may be used with equal 
effect on brass, copper, tin, ivory, marble, plate, and every 
description of glass. 

Beddow, B., & Son ; Harness Composition Manufacturers ; 
22, South Audley St., London. 

Propert’s Improved Harness Composition, Saddle Paste, Dress 
Boot Varnish, Count D’Orsay’s Waterproof Varnish, Breeches 
Paste, Boot Top Powder, Shoe Blacking (Liquid), Kid Reviver, 
Plate Powder, and various other polishes known as Propert’s. 

Berger (Lewis) & Sons; Fine Colour and Chemical Manu- 
facturers, Quicksilver Melters, &c., Inventors; Homer- 
ton, L^ondon. 

A collection of Vermillion, Carmines, Lakes, Emerald Greens, 
and superfine colours for Artists, Coach-builders, Printing-ink 
Makers, Lithographers, Paper Stainers, &c. Samples of Indigo, 
Cochineal, Quicksilver, Prussiate of Potash, Sulphate of Copper, 
and other bases of colours. 

Bewley & Draper ; Mineral Water Manufacturers ; 23, Mary 
St., Dublin. 

Aerated Waters as Beverages. Aromatic Ginge Ale. Lemon- 
ade, Ginger Beer, Soda, Potash, and Lithia Waters. Also in 
imitation of natural Mineral Waters, Seltzer, Piillna, Carrara, 
&c. 

Bowdler Sc Bickerdike ; Manufacturing Chemists ; Eagle 
Chemical Works, Church, Lancashire. 

Absolute Phenol (pure carbolic acid). Glacial and Granular, 
prepared expressly for medicinal and surgical purposes. Crys- 
tallized and liquid Carbolic Acid of ah qualities 'for medical 
and manufacturing purposes. Crystallized Carbolic Acid pre- 
pared for manufacture of Salicylic Acid. Carbolic and Cresylic 
Acids for disinfecting. Coralline. Coralline Lake. Picric 
Acid, &c. 

Boyd, Son, Sc Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists ; 76, Sir John 
Rogerson s Quay, Dublin. 

Sulphate of Soda (Hargreaves) for Glass making. Bleaching 
Powder (Chloride of Lime). 

British Sc Foreign Mineral Water Company; Manufac- 
turers ; 382, New City Road, Glasgow. 

Aerated Beverages and Artificial Mineral Waters. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


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Brooke, Simpson, & Spiller ; Aniline Dye Manufacturers, 
Inventors ; Atlas Works, Hackney Wick, London ; 
and 50, Old Broad St., London. 

Series of Dyes, Colouring Matters, and other Products derived 
from Coal Tar. 

Broomhead, George Emmett ; Chemist, Inventor, and Manu- 
facturer; 11, Union Place, Aberdeen. 

Cod Liver Oil Emulsion with Pepsine, and Hypophosphite of 
Lime (rendered palatable) Pepsine Wine (a concentrated solution 
of Pepsine in wine) Chemical Food (rendered more agreeable). 

Brown, Edward, & Sons ; Blacking Manufacturers, Inven- 
tors ; 67, Princes St., Leicester Square, London. 
Blacking and Boot Varnishes, &c. Specimens shown on boots 
and shoes. 

Bnrgoyne, Burbidges, Cyriax, & Parries ; Manufacturing 
Chemists and Wholesale Druggists ; 16, Coleman St., 
London. 

Pure Chemicals and Pharmaceutical products. 

Bnsh, W. J., & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists, Inventors ; 
20 to 23, Artillery Lane, Bishopsgate Street Without, 
London. Works, Ash Grove, Hackney, London. 

Essential Oils and Fruit Essences for perfumery, confectionery, 
and medicinal purposes. Harmless colours for confectionery 
purposes. 

Cantrell & Cochrane ; Manufacturers of Aerated, Mineral, 
and Medicinal Waters ; Nassau Works, Dublin ; apv 
Cromac Works, Belfast. {Agent in Paris, A. Pellis- 
sier, 64, Rue Vieille du Temple.') 

Seltzer, Lithia, and Potass Waters. Lemonade. Aromatic 
Ginger Ale, &c. 

Carrutkers & Allan ; Chemical Manufacturers and Inventors ; 
60, Robertson St., Glasgow, and at Dumfries. 

Crystalline Rainbow Dyes, specially prepared for domestic use, 
dyeing silken and woollen goods, feathers, leather, grasses, )&c. to 
any colour by simple immersion in water solution ; used also for 
making coloured inks and wood stains, and as general colouring 
agents. Patent Camphorated Furniture Polish for cleaning 
and preserving all kinds of furniture, and for keeping awav 
insects, and producing a fresh agreeable odour in bed-rooms, 
smoking rooms, &c. 

Chambers, James, & Co. ; Chemical Manufacturers and 
Drysalters; 73, Great Tower Street, London. Works, 
Charlton, Kent, and Brick Hill Lane, London. 

Chemicals of various descriptions, such as Tartaric and Oxalic 
Acids, Sal Acitos, Sugar of Lead, Bichromate of Potash, Gums, 
Drugs and Drysalteries, Sulphate of Copper, Caustic Soda- 
Alum, Arsenic, Borax, and Camphor. 

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162 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


Colman, J. & J. ; Mustard, Starch, Washing Blue, and Com 
Flour Manufacturers, Inventors; 108, Cannon St., 
London ; and C arrow Works, Norwich. 

Washing Blue. ( See also Classes 52, 69, and 74.) 

Cook, Edward, Sc Co. ; Soap Manufacturers and Tallow 
Melters; East London Soap Works, Bow, London. 
Hard and Soft Soaps, for household and general use; also 
Soaps specially adapted for use in the woollen, cloth, silk, lace, 
paper, and other manufactures. Specimens of Pure Beef, 
Mutton, Marrow, and other fats rendered chemically pure and 
sweet by Exhibitors’ Patent Process. (Exhibitalso in Class 51.) 

Corry, William, & Co. ; Aerated Water Manufacturers, In- 
ventors ; Cromac Springs, Cromac St., Belfast. 
Samples of perfectly pure Aerated Waters, comprising Ginger 
Ale, Lemonade, Quinine, Aromatic Tonic, Soda Water, Potass 
or Kali Water, Sarsaparilla, Summer and Winter Beverages, 
Cromac Seltzer Water, Fruit Nectar, Lithia, Carrara, and Car- 
bonated Cromac Waters. 

The Desoto Alkali Co., Limited ; Manufacturers ; H idnes, 
Lancashire. 

Caustic Soda. Soda Crystals. Black Ash. 

Everett & Co. ; Blacking Makers, Inventors ; 51, Fetter 

Lane, I^ondon. 

Blacking and Varnish for boots. Kid Leather Renovator. 

Fayolle, Gustave; Manufacturer of Chemical Products; 
47, Mark L,ane, London. 

New Fast Aniline Dyes, produced by a new process for dyeing 
and printing. (Indigo, Cochineal, Orchella, &c.) 

Forster & Gregory ; Manufacturing Chemists ; Lonesome 
Chemical Works, Streatham Common, near London. 
General Chemicals, Chemicals specially prepared for the use 
of India-rubber Manufacturers, especially for the colouring and 
vulcanizing of india-rubber, both solid and on fabrics. 

Gerrard, A. W. ; Manufacturing Chemist; 153, Liverpool 
Bo ad, London. 

Pilocarpine, an alkaloid prepared from jaborandi, and some of 
its salts. Chrysophanic Acid, an organic substance obtained 
from goa powder. Medicated supposititious Pessaries and 
Bougies. Adhesive Plasters especially prepared for the Surgical 
Operator, combining strength, adhesion, and adaptability. 
Bromides of various alkaloids. (Exhibited in Messrs. Morson 
and Sons’ case.) 

Gidney, Clark, & Co. ; Varnish Manufacturers; West Ham 
Abbey, Stratford, London. 

Varnishes of every description. Gums, from New Zealand, 
Africa, the Borneo Islands, South America, &c., both in the 
rough state and clean, used in the manufacture of varnish. 
Articles illustrating the use of Varnish. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


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Glover, Henry, Son, and Co., Limited ; Manufacturing 
Chemists, Drysalters, &c., Inventors ; Hammerton St., 
Leeds Road,, Bradford , Yorkshire. 

Dry Soap, Soap Extract, and Washing Powders, possess great 
detergent, scouring, and cleansing properties, are of great purity, 
and being highly saponified produce a beautiful lather. Uni- 
versal Baking Powders, warranted perfectly pure and free from 
any deleterious or injurious ingredients. 

Golding, Davis, & Co., Limited; Alkali Manufacturers; 
Marsh Alkali Works, Widnes, Lancashire. 

Caustic Soda (hydrate of soda), white 60-62 per cent, and 
70-72 per cent. Bleaching Powder (chloride of lime) 40 per 
cent, available chlorine. Salt Cake manufactured by Har- 
greaves and Robinson’s Patent Process, free from chloride. 

Griffiths, Fletcher, & Berdoe ; Paint Manufacturers ; 30 and 
32, Seel St., Liverpool ; and 107, Cannon St., London. 

“ Griffiths’ Patent White,” a non-poisonous substance of 
snow-like whiteness, of permanent colour, and totally unaffected 
by sulphuretted hydrogen gas or atmospheric influence ; equal 
in body to best white lead with same covering power, and 30 
per cent, greater bulk. 

Hemingway, S., & Co. ; Dry Soap Manufacturers, Inven- 
tors ; Bradford, Yorkshire. 

New Dry Soap for cleansing, scouring, and bleaching linen, 
cotton, flannel, woollens, &c., also for domestic and manufac- 
turing purposes. Baking powder for making bread, pastry, 
puddings, &c., light and more wholesome. 

Hodgson & Simpson ; Soap Makers ; Calder Soap Works, 
Wakefield. 

Household Soaps. Toilet Soaps. Queen’s Condensed Soap in 
powder. Crystals of Soda. 

Hudson, Robert Spear ; Royal Chemical Works, West 
Bromwich ; Bank Hall St., Liverpool ; and 83, 
Worship St., London. 

Extract of Soap and Dry Soap. These articles are soluble pow- 
ders and possess valuable lathering and detergent properties. 

Hurlet and Campsie Alum Company ; Chemical Manu- 
facturers ; 115, Wellington St., Glasgow. Works, 
Campsie and Falkirk, Stirlingshire. 

Crystals of Yellow and Red Prussiate of Potash, of large size 
and extreme purity. 

Hutchison, Robert ; Oil Manufacturer and Refiner, Inven- 
tor; Springvale Oil Mills, Cotclairs, Glasgow. 

Patent Red Lubricating Oil, specially adapted for the lubrica- 
tion and preservation of sewing machines, guns and small 
arms, and polished or burnished metals. Patent Red Lubricat- 
ing Oil, specially adapted for the lubrication and preservation 
of chronometers, watches, and clocks. Both Oils are per- 
fectly pure, have no smell, and are chemically neutral. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


Inman Bros. ; Mineral Water Manufacturers ; Aspley Place , 
Firth St., Huddersfield. 

Soda, Potass, Lithia, and Seltzer Waters. Pure Aerated Water. 
Lemonade. Ginger Beer. Colouring for spirits or any other 
liquid. 

James, Edward, & Sons ; Manufacturers of Starch, &c., In* 
vendors ; Sutton Road, Plymouth. ( Agent in Paris, 
E. Laurier, 24, Rue des Halles.) 

Starch for laundry and manufacturing purposes. Laundry 
Blue. Blacklead for household and manufacturing purposes 
(speciality “ Dome Blacklead ”). Washing Powders, comprising 
various alkaline preparations used as economical substitutes 
for soap. 

Jarratt Bros.; Dry Soap Manufacturers; Jesse Street, 
Manchester Road, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Dry Soap. 

Jennings, Thomas ; Chemical Manufacturer ; Chemical 
Works, Cork, Ireland. 

Carbonate of Magnesia in blocks of various sizes and in powder. 
Calcined Magnesia in bottles and tins ; all of the best and 
purest quality. 

Jenson & Nicholson ; Varnish and Japan Manufacturer's ; 
65, Goswell Road, London. Works, Warton Road, 
Stratford, Essex. ( Sole Agents for France, Delattre 
et Fils, Rue clu Renard.) 

Oil Varnish, for the use of carriage builders and house 
painters. Spirit Varnishes for various kinds of cabinet work. 
Japans for carriage painters. 

Kirby, H. & T., & Co. ; Wholesale Chemists and Medical 
Outfitters, Inventors ; 14, Newman St., Oxford St., 
London. 

Portable Medicine Cases for military, naval, and exploring 
expeditions. Miniature Dispensaries for field and cottage 
hospitals, sanatoria, and asylums. Portable Hospital Medicines 
in concentrated forms and doses ready for use. Tasteless 
Medicines. Pharmaceutical Preparations. Pil Phosphori 
Mollis (Dr. Kirby’s process). Phosphorus Pilules and 
Glycecols or Jelly Lozenges (a new form of medicine). 

The Langthorne Chemical Works; Stratford, London. 
Refined Saltpetre of great purity, in crystals and granulated. 
Acetate of Soda. Acetic Acid of various qualities and 
strengths. Nitrates of Barium, of Strontium, of Ammonium, 
and of Sodium. Chlorates of Barium, Sodium, and Strontium. 
Chemically Pure Mineral Acids. Sulphuric Nitric Chlorhydric. 

Leech & Neal; Colour Manufacturers; City Road, Derby. 
Turkey Reds. Venetian Reds. Indian Reds. Purple Browns. 
Oxides of Iron, &c,, used by decorators, painters, coach- 
makers, and iron manufacturers, and especially adapted for the 
preservation of all irov; work. Jewellers’ Rouge. Crocus. 


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Levinstein, L. J,, & Sons ; Colour and Chemical Manu- 
facturers, Inventors ; 17 and 18, Railway Approach, 
London Bridge, London ; 21, Minshull St., Manchester. 
Works, Blackley, near Manchester. ( Paris , 1 Place 

Boieldieu.) 

Aniline Dyes, and Raw Materials for their manufacture. 

The Liver Alkali Works Co., Limited; Alkali Manufac- 
turers ; Lightbody Street, Liverpool. 

Samples of Caustic Soda in three qualities. 

Lowe, Chas., & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists, Inventors ; 
61, Piccadilly, Manchester. Works, Reddish, near 
Stockport. 

Products from Coal Tar. Carbolic Acid, and its derivatives. 

Macfarlan, J. F., & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists ; Edin- 
burgh-, and 5, Barge Yard, Bucklersbury, London. 
Preparations from Opium. Beberine and Salts. Chloroform. 
Antiseptic Preparations. Salicin. 

Mackay, John, & Co.; Manufacturing Chemists, &c. ; Can- 
ning St., Alhole Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Varnishes and Polishes for all kinds of white and coloured 
woods and the raw materials from which they are made. (See 
also Class 73.) 

Mactear, Janies ; Fellow of the Chemical Societies of 
London and Paris ; St. Rollox Chemical Works, 
Glasgow. 

Specimens illustrating his various improvements in the 
manufacture of Black Ash, Soda Ash, Soda Crystals, Caustic 
Soda (of specially pure quality). Also the regeneration of the 
Sulphur from Alkali Waste. At the St. Rollox Works over 
6,500 tons of sulphur have been extracted from alkali waste 
by the Mactear process. (Exhibited in Messrs. Charles 
Tennant & Co.’s case.) ( See also Class 53.) 

Mander Brothers ; Wolverhampton; and 17, Gracechurch 
St., London. {Paris, 6, Rue de V Entrepot.) 

Varnishes, and articles showing the application of varnish in 
the useful arts. 

Mawson & Swan ; Operative and Photographic Chemists, 
Inventors ; Mosley St., Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

Specimens of Collodion, Photographic and Pharmaceutical, 
together with tissues prepared from the same, and other 
examples illustrating the various uses of Collodion; also 
Chemicals. 

Morson, Thomas, & Son; Manufacturing Pharmaceutical 
Chemists; 31, 33, and 124, Southampton Row, Russell 
Square, London ; Manufactories, Summerfield Works, 
ILomerton, and Hornsey Road, London. 

Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products, comprising creosotes 
extracted from wood. Aconitine Amorphus and Crystalline 
Aloine ; Acid Chrysophanic ; Hydrobromate Codin' ; Pepsine ; 
Salacine; Chloride Nickel ; Zinco Valerianus Cryst, &c. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


North British Chemical Company, Limited; 149, Hope St., 
Glasgow. Works, Whitecrook, Clydebank, Dumbar- 
tonshire ; Middleton, Tyree, Argyllshire ; Loch Eport, 
North Uist, Inverness-shire ; Freagh, County Clare, 
Ireland. ( Agent in Paris, E. Couriot, 30 Rue Vieille 
du Templed) 

Iodine, Bromine ; Iodide and Bromide of Potassium ; Car- 
bonate; Sulphate; Chloride and Chlorate of Potassium; 
Caustic Soda ; Seaweed Charcoal, and specimens showing its 
application to sewage. 

Oakbank Oil Co., Limited ; Manufacturers of Mineral Oils, 
Paraffin, &c. ; 128, Ingram St., Glasgow. Works, 
Midcalder, Midlothian, Scotland. 

Specimens of the Shale and of the products obtained from it 
by distillation and refining : 1 , Kerosene ; 2, Mineral Colza ; 
3, Lubricating Oil; 4, Cylinder and Valve Oil; 5, Paraffin 
Scale ; 6, Paraffin Wax ; Gas Oil ; 8, Sulphate of Ammonia. 

Price’s Patent Candle Company, Limited; Manufacturers 
of Candles, Night Lights, Soaps, Oils, &c., Makers 
and Inventors ; Belmont Works, Battersea, London ; 
and Bromborough Pool, near Birkenhead. 

Candles, Night-Lights, Stearine, Paraffine, Burning Oils ; 
Soaps, Glycerine; Lubricating Materials; Fatty Acids; Machi- 
nery Oils and Cloth Oils. 

Reade Brothers; Varnish and Japan Manufacturers; 62 
V 63, Victoria St., Wolverhampton. 

Samples of Varnishes and Japan, with specimens of the effect 
of the same in wood and metal, and also specimens of some 
materials used in making varnish. 

Readman, James Burgess ; Manufacturing Chemist; 175, 
Buchanan St., Glasgow, and Forth and Clyde 
Chemical Works, Kirkintilloch, Scotland. 

Phosphate of Soda. Sulphite of Soda. Stannate of Soda. 
Citric Acid. Specimens of the above, showing the sources 
from whence derived, the various stages in the process, the 
finished article. Phosphorus. Specimens showing the raw 
material, the various stages in the process, the retorts, &c. 
used, the crude phosphorus, the refining and moulding, the 
finished phosphorus, the packing, &c. 

Richardson, John, & Co. ; Manufacturing Pharmaceutical 
Chemists, Inventors ; 10, Friar Lane, Leicester. 

Pearl Coated Pills. Pearl Coated Phosphorus Pills. Various 
Chemicals for medical purposes. Pharmaceutical Preparations 
used in medicine. Various Medical Specialities. Phosphorised 
Cod Liver Oil Emulsion. Compact Medical Chests for 
colonists, &c. Emergency Cases, or Pocket Pharmacies. 
Medicine Cases for emigrants. 

Robinson & Anderson ; White Lead and Colour Manufac- 
turers; Macks Road, Bermondsey , London. 

White lead made from metallic lead by a new process of 
precipitation. (Exhibited in Messrs. Wilson & Co.’s Case.) 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


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Hells, Senweizer, & Co. ; A arnisb, Japan, and Colour Mill 
Manufacturers ; 28, Poole St., New North Boad, 
London. Works, Belle Isle, King's Cross, London ; 
and Mitcham, Surrey. 

> ainishes and Black Japan for coach builders, railway com- 
panies, and house decorators. Colour Grinding Mills for all 
businesses. 


Hose, Sir W. A., & Co.; Oil Refiners, Varnish Makers, Rail- 
way Grease Manufacturers, &e. ; 66, Upper Thames 
Street, and Vintry If harf Upper Thames Street, 
London. 

Oils, Railway Greases, and other Lubricating Compounds- 
\ armshes, Paints, Leads, Zinc Paints, and various Pigments 
and Colours. 


at. Bede Chemical Co., Limited; 1 , St. Nicholas Buildings. 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Samples illustrating the manufacture of Soda from common 
salt by Le Blanc’s process. 


The Runcorn Soap and Alkali Company, Limited ; Chemical 
Manufacturers and Copper Precipitators ; 6, Water St., 
Liverpool. Works, Buncorn, Weston, Widnes, and 
Wins ford. 


Bleaching Powder, Soda Ash, Soda Crystals, Caustic Soda 
Sulphate of Soda, and Refined Rosin. 


Sampson, Brothers ; Mineral Water Manufacturers ; Spring 
Bank Works, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. 
Aerated and Artificial Mineral Waters manufactured with pure 
spring water only, viz.. Seltzer, Lithia, Potass, and Soda 
\\ aters ; Lemonade and Ginger Ale. 

Savory & Moore ; Pharmaceutical Chemists, Inventors • 43. 
Neic Bond Street London. 

£ Comical Cabinet designed by E. A. Parkes, Esq., M D 
PR S., Professor of Hygiene at the Royal Military Hospital’ 
Aetley. Medicine Chests of improved design. The Medicine 
Chest designed for and' supplied to II. M. Stanley Esq the 
African explorer, exhibited as received. Surgical Appliances, 
&c. Gelatine Preparations invented or introduced by Exhi- 
bitors Food Preparations. Infants’ Food, Pancreatic Emul- 
sion, 1 ancreatine, Pepsine, Peptodine. Special Medicines and 
Chemicals. 


Schweppe, Jacob, & Co; Mineral Water Manufacturers 
Inventors; 51, Berners St., London; and at Liverpool 
Bristol, Glasgow, Derby, and Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

Aerated Waters. 

Shaw, Henry, & Co. ; Chemical Manufacturers, Inventors- 
Dukinfield, near Manchester. 

Thy Soap, for washing clothes, floors, paintwork, &c. French 
blue m squares, for laundry purposes. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


Silicate Paint Company ; Paint Manufacturers, Inventors; 
30 and 32, Seel St., Liverpool ; and 107, Cannon St., 
London. 

Silicate Paint, dry and ground in oil. Silicate Enamelling 
Paint. Silicate Petrifying Liquid for damp walls, and as a 
cheap washable internal decoration in lieu of wall paper. 
Silicate Marine and Antifouling Paint, for use on ships, &c. 
Boards, Tiles, Bricks, Iron, Zinc, &c., painted with the above. 

Simpsons, Payne, & Co. ; Chemical and Candle Manufac- 
facturers ; Chemical Works, Millwall, London. 
Sulphate of Ammonia. Paraffin, Stearine, and Composite 
Candles. Toilet Soaps. Pure Glycerine. Lamp Night 
Lights. Night Lamps. 

Sims, William ; Brewer and Botanical Distiller, Inventor ; 
Lion Brewery and Distillery, Beading. 

Patent Botanical Distillation, for the cure of deafness by out- 
ward application. It relieves earache, headache, neuralgia, and 
noises in the head. 

Smith, John Martin ; Chemical Manufacturer and Inventor ; 
Hampton Chemical Works, 38, Borough Road, South- 
wark, Luondon. 

Disinfecting Cleansing Powder, for scrubbing, cleansing, 
whitening, and purifying floors, destroying vermin, &c. 
Washing Compound for washing linen without injury to the 
fabric. Deodorizing Powder (the original pink carbolic), a 
powerful disinfectant. 

Smith, T. & K., & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists, Inventors ; 
21, Duke St., Edinburgh ; and 12, Worship St., 
London. Works, Blandfield Chemical Works, Canon 
Mills, Edinburgh. 

Morphia, Codeia, Narceine, the leading narcotic principles of 
opium. Strychnine, active principle of Nux Vomica seeds. 
Salicine, active principle of Willow Bark, a specific in rheumatic 
fever. Santonine, active principle of Semen Contra or Cynae, 
the most reliable vermifuge known. Cantharidine, active 
principle of the Cantharis Vesicatoria, or Spanish Fly, the 
most powerful vesicant known. Tela Vesicatoria, or blistering 
tissue, prepared from Cantharidine. Alori, the crystalline active 
principle of Aloes. 

Smith, Thomas Ggilvie ; Manufacturer, Inventor ; Gh'ass 
Market, Edinburgh. 

“ Royal Edinburgh Liquid Blue,” used for the beautifying of 
linen, &c., after washing. 

Southall Brothers Sc Barclay ; Manufacturing Chemists, 
Inventors ; Birmingham. 

Specimens of A 1 Cod Liver Oil, showing its composition in 
illustration of the exhibitors’ process for removing the less 
digestible solid fats to better suit it to the wants of invalids, 
and to render it less liable to deposit in winter or in cold 
climates. Fine Chemicals for use in analysis and research, 
guaranteed to be absolutely pure : (a.) Pharmaceutical Pre- 


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parations from analysed drugs ; (o.) New Pharmaceutical 
Preparations. Soluble Meat containing the whole of the meat 
differing in this respect from the Extracts of Meat, which 
contain only the extractive and saline, but not the essential 
flesh-forming matters. 

Spence, Peter ; Manufacturer, Inventor ; Pendleton Alum 
Works, Manchester. 

Alum and Aluminoferric Cake. 

Storer, David, & Sons ; Paint and Colour Manufacturers ; 
Sydney St., Glasgow. ( Agent in Paris, S 

Paints and Colours used for painting and decorating purposes, 
e.g., paper-hangings and stainings ; House Painting (interior 
and exterior) ; Carriage Painting. 

Tennant, Charles, 8c Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists ; St. 
Rollox, Glasgoic. Works, St. Rollox ; Glasgow, 
Hebburn-on-Tyne ; and Carnoustie, 

Specimens illustrating the manufacture of bleaching powder 
and of alkali. Caustic Soda of (specially high degree), and 
Regeneration of Sulphur from alkali waste by the Mactear 
processes. 

Turner, Charles, & Son ; Varnish and Colour Manu- 
facturers ; 7, 8, and 9, Broad St., Bloomsbury. 
Works, Broad St., Bloomsbury, George Yard, White- 
chapel, London, and at Merton and Plaistow. 
Varnishes of every description suitable for coach builders, 
railway carriages, tram cars, and decorative purposes. Colours 
of every kind suitable to the above. The various Gums, Oil, 
and Turpentine used in the manufacture of the Varnishes 
exhibited. 

Twelvetrees, Harper, & Son ; Manufacturing Chemists, 
Inventors ; Coi’dova Chemical Works, Copperfield 
Road, Bow , London. 

Wool Scourer, Australian. Soap Powder, Glycerine. Cleans- 
ing Crystal. Ball Blue, ultramarine. Square Blue, ultra- 
marine. Baking and Egg Powders. Seidlitz Powders. 

The Tyne Alkali Co., Limited (J. Camerox Svtax, Managing 
Director) ; Chemical Manufacturers ; 1, Dean St., 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Works, South Shields. 

Soda Ash of 52 °j d English. Chlorate of Potash in crystals and 
in powder. Native Carbonate of Barytes. Permanent or 
Satin-white from the Carbonate of Barytes. 

The Washington Chemical Company ; Manufacturers, 
Inventors ; Newcastle-upon- Tyne. Works, Washing- 
ton, Durham. 

Blocks of pure Carbonate of Magnesia. 

Weldon, Walter ; Inventor; Rede Hall, Bairstenc, Surrey. 
Model of Apparatus and Specimens of Products illustrating 
the Weldon process for the manufacture of chlorine. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 47. 


Wenger, Albert; Colour Manufacturer and Dealer in 
Materials and Implements for Potters’ use; Parker 
St. Works, Hanley , Staffordshire. 

Colours for potters’ use. Underglaze colours for printing, 
painting, &c. on pottery. Enamel colours, glazes, &c. for 
pottery. ( See also Class 53.) 

Wilkinson, Heywood, & Clark ; Varnish and Colour Manu- 
facturers ; Caledonian Works, Battle Bridge, King' s 
Cross, London ; and West Drayton, Middlesex. ( Agent 
in Paris, H. Gaudemont, Rue de Rivoli, 16.) 
Varnishes. Dry Colours and Ground Paints used by coach 
builders, railway carriage builders, decorators, shipbuilders, 
and others. Gums, Oils, and other raw materials used in the 
process of manufacture. 

Williams, Thomas & Dower ; Manufacturers of Aniline 
Dyes, Inventors ; Star Chemical Works, Brentford, 
Middlesex, and Fulham, near London. 

Magenta Base (Rosaniline). Samples of Aniline Blues, Soluble 
and Alkaline. Binitrobenzol Crystallized. Bismarck Brown. 
Chrysoidine, commercial product, and derivatives. Phenylene 
Diamine Crystallized. Induline, several qualities, &c. 

Wilson & Co.; Paint and Colour Manufacturers ; Fast 
London Colour Works, Jubilee Street, Mile End, 
London. 

Cochineal and other Lakes, Emerald Green, Persian Red, 
Aniline Dyes, and all Colours used by Paperstainers, Artificial 
Flower Makers, Painters, &c. 

Wright & Holdsworth ; Soap Manufacturers, Inventors : 
91, St. James's Road, Brixton, London. 

Naldire’s Flea-killing Soap for dogs. Naldire’s Powders for 
dogs. Smith’s Rose Tooth Cream. 

Wyndham, F., & Co. ; Merchants, Inventors ; 37, Eastcheap, 
Ivondon. 

“ Esprits des CEufs,” a powerful tonic for consumption, 
debility, &c., compounded of seven different ingredients. 

“ Elixir Lozenges,” a remedy for cough and throat irritation, 
compounded of ten ingredients. (Exhibited in Messrs. Morson 
and Sons’ case.) 

The Yorkshire Varnish Company; Varnish and Colour 
Manufacturers ; 39, Upper Thames St., London. 

Works, Ripon, Yorkshire. 

Elastic Oak, Maple, Carriage and Body Varnishes of the finest 
quality. French White Oil. Crystal Paper Varnish. Black 
Japan. Albarine or White Enamel. Goldsize. Terebine. 
Gums used in the manufacture of the above-named varnishes. 
Colours for decorators. 


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Young’s Paraffin Light & Mineral Oil Company, Limited ; 

Mineral Oil Manufacturers ; 13, Dundas St., Glasgow. 
Works, West Calder, Bathgate, and Edinburgh , 
{Agent in Paris, J. S. Brown, 2, Cite Trevise.) 
Bituminous Shale and Coal. Crude and Partially Purified 
Oils and Paraffin from shale. Burning Oils and Lubricating 
Oils. Refined Paraffin. Candies. Lamps. Sulphate of 
Ammonia, and Shale. Naphtha. 


Class 48. — Chemical Processes for Bleaching, Dyeing, 
Printing, and Dressing. 

Specimens of threads and fabrics, bleached or dyed. Speci- 
mens of fabrics prepared for dyeing. 

Specimens of printed or dyed linen, of printed cotton fabrics, 
pure or mixed. Specimens of printed worsted or woollen fabrics, 
pure or mixed, combed or carded. 

Specimens of printed silk fabrics, pure or mixed. 

Specimens of printed felt or cloth carpets. Oil-cloth. 

Ashton, F. W., & Company ; Calico Printers ; 45, Portland 
St., Manchester. Works, Hyde, near Manchester. 
(. Agents in Paris, Patte Freres, 10, Rue des Jeuneurs.) 
Printed Calicos as specimens of printing and finishing. 

Dalglish (R.) Falconer & Co. ; Calico Printers ; Glasgow and 
Manchester ; Works, Lennox Mill, Stirlingshire. 
Printed Cotton Dress Stuffs, Printed Muslins. Printed Stuffs 
for Furnitures. Printed Calicos for Shirtings. Printed Hand 
derchiefs. 

Palmer & Story ; Manufacturers and Finishers ; Holme 
Works, Carlisle. 

Sileseas, Brocades and Italian Cloths for tailoring purposes. 
Zanella and Umbrella Cloths for umbrella makers, as speci- 
mens of dyeing and finishing. 

Ripley, Edward, & Son ; Dyers and Finishers ; Bradford, 
Yorkshire. Works, Bowling Dye Works, near Brad- 
ford. 

Worsted, Alpaca, and Mohair Goods of various descriptions as 
specimens of dyeing and finishing. 

Schwabe, Salis, & Co.; Calico Printers; 41, George St., 
Manchester, and Rhodes Works, near Middleton. 
Cotton Prints for garments, chintzes, and furnitures, as 
specimens of printing and finishing. 

Seligmann & Haarbleicher ; Manufacturers and Dyers ; 
33, Dickinson St., Manchester ; and Wood St. Dye 
Works, Middleton, Lancashire . 

Blue Dyed Saiempores, Guinees, Bafts, Morees, Succatoons, 
and Drills, as specimens of dyeing and finishing. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 48. 


Serre, Achille ; Silk Dyer. Inventor ; 57 and 59, Mayfield 
Road , Ralston, London. 

Ribbons, silks, and other goods of silk manufacture bleached, 
dyed, and dressed by a chemical process without impoverishing 
the fabric. 

Turtle & Pearce; Flag and Banner Manufacturers; 11, 
Duke Street, London Bridge, London. 

Banners illustrating the classification of the various groups 
into which the Exhibition is divided, shown as specimens of 
dyeing on bunting. 


Class 49. — Leather and Skins. 

Raw materials used in the dressing of skins and leather. 

Raw hides, salted hides. Tanned, curried, dressed, or dyed 
leather. Varnished leather. 

Morocco and sheepskin : skins grained, shamoyed, tawed, 
dressed, or dyed. Prepared skins for glove-making. Skins and 
furs, dressed and dyed. Parchment. 

Gutwork : strings for musical instruments, gold-beater’s skin, 
sinews. 

Clark, Son, & Morland ; Sheepskin and Angora Goat Skin 
Rug Manufacturers ; Glastonbury, Somerset. 

Hearth Rugs, Toilet Rugs, Carriage Rugs, Saddle Rugs, Door 
Rugs, manufactured from the skins of sheep and goats. 

Cooper, Frederick Eden ; Leather Manufacturer ; 29, 

Crimscott St., Bermondsey , and 107, High Holborn, 
London, and 44, South Bridge, Edinburgh. 

Moroccos, Roans, and Fancy Calf. 

Deed, John S., & Sons ; Leather Manufacturers; 451, 
Oxford St., London. 

Moroccos for furniture, carriages, bookbinding, &c. White 
Leather for boots and shoes, masonic aprons, musical instru- 
ments, &c. Calf Kids, boot tops. Enamelled and japanned 
Hides for carriage builders. Sheep and Angora Goatskin 
Rugs. 

Dixon, (John), Sons, & Taylor; Tanners and Leather Mer- 
chants ; Manning St., Bermondsey. 

Hides for Harness, Split Hides, for coach makers and boot 
makers. Bellies, Butts, and Shoulders for boots and shoes. 

Evans, P. & S., & Co. ; Tanners ; Avonside Tannery, Bristol. 

( Agent in Paris, T. Geisler, 20, Rue de V Entrepot.) 
Sole Leather for army, colliery, and general use, one, two, 
and three years in process of manufacture. Hippopotamus 
Leather, four years in tanning. 

Flitch, J. J., & Son ; Leather Manufacturers ; Springwell 
Leather Works, Buslingthorpe, Leeds. 

Moroccos, Roans, Skivers, Coloured Calf, Russia Hides, Kid- 
Calf, Levant Goats, and Seals ; also Chamois and Glue. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 49. 


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Frost, Edwin ; Chamois Leather Manufacturer ; 197, Upper 
Thames St., London. Works, Hackbridge Leather 
Mills, Carshalton and Wallington, Surrey. 

Chamois and Oil Leather. Coloured Chamois for Porte- 
monnaies, Gloves, Saddle Seats, Surgical Instrument Makers, 
&c. Buff Hides, bleached and plain. 

Handford-Greatres & Brother ; Tanners, Curriers, Japan- 
ners and Enamellers of Coach, Saddle, Bridle, and 
Harness Leather ; Whittimere St., Rnshall St., and 
Lichfield St., Walsall, Staffordshire . ( Agent in 

Paris, E. Arnal, 28, Rue de Trevise.) 

Tanned, curried, japanned, and enamelled Leather for coach, 
saddle, bridle, and harness purposes. Also japanned and 
enamelled Shoe Leather. 

Holden, Edward Thomas ; Currier and Leather Japanner : 
Walsall, Staffordshire. 

For saddlers.harn ess makers, &c. : — Hog andPigSkins,fair, brown, 
and yellow colour ; Bridle and Rein Hides, Backs, and Butts ; 
Stirrup Hides, Backs, and Butts ; Army Hides and Butts : 
Harness Hides, Backs, and Butts ; Bag and Shafteau Hides ; 
Hides and Calf Skins in various colours ; Japanned Flap and 
Winker Middlings. For coach builders Enamelled Hides, 
extra size ; Enamelled Hides, thin ; Japanned Imperial 
and Bag Hides; Japanned Dash Hides, Backs, and Splits ; 
Japanned Sealskins. Japanned fancy leather : — Thin Backs 
in all colours ; Hides and Middlings in all colours. 

Hyde, Archer, & Co. ; Coach, Saddle, and Harness Curriers, 
and Coach Trimming Manufacturers ; 9, Paternoster 
Buildings, Newgate St., London. Works, 15, Berry 
St., Great Sutton St., Clerkenwell, London. 

A superior selection of Coach, Saddle, and Harness Leather. 

Kelly & Dunn ; Parchment and Leather Manufacturers ; 
51 to 54, Watting St., and James’s St., Dublin. 
Chamois or Wash Leather. Parchment. Whip Strings. 
Pig, Sheep, and Beef Sausage Casings. 

Miller, J, & J., & Co. ; Manufacturers and Inventors of Bark 
Extract; 6, Neio Leather Market, London. Works, 
Upton, Durham, and Millerton, Canada. 

Miller’s Extract of Hemlock Bark, for tanning hides and 
leather, manufactured from the hemlock spruce (Abeis 
Canadensis), a large evergreen forest tree ; it is in a semi- 
solid form, and contains all the valuable tanning properties of 
the bark. 

Paul, William ; Oak Tannery, Kirkstall Road, Leeds. 
Levant Hides, Gnus, Kips, and Goats. Memel and Waxed 
Hide Butts. Waxed Kip Butts. Satin Hides. Cordovan 
Horse Hides. 

Puckridge, Frederick, & Nephew; Goldbeaters’ Moulds and 
Goldbeaters’ Skin Manufacturers; 530, 532, and 534, 
Kingsland Road, London. 

Goldbeaters’ Moulds for beating gold, silver, and other metals 
into leaves for gilding and silvering purposes. Goldbeaters’ 
Skin. (Exhibited in Class 43.) 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 49. 


Russ, Charles ; Furrier ; 70, New Bond St., London. 

Works, 30, Northampton Square, City, London. 
Paletot, Velvet, trimmed with Russian sable muff and tie to 
match. Paletot, Satin, trimmed with Russian sable tail, muff 
and tie to match. Paletot, Velvet, trimmed with chincilla and 
muff. Seal Paletot, Muff, and Tie to match. Hudson’s Bay 
Sable Carriage Wrapper ; all of the finest quality. A selection 
of choice Skins, &c. 

Wilson, Walker, & Co.; Leather and Glue Manufacturers ; 

Sheepscar Leather Works, Leeds. 

Coloured Skivers or Split Sheep Leather, for bookbinders, 
pocket-book makers, hatters, &c. Coloured Roans, for shoe 
and furniture. Rough, Smooth, and Coloured Calf, for book- 
binding. Coloured Moroccos, for shoe, furniture, and book- 
binding. Coloured Russia Hides, for bookbinding and 
pocket-book makers. Calf Kid, for boot makers. Seal and 
Goat Skins, for boot and bag manufacturers. Roller Leather, 
for spinners. Chamois, plain and coloured. Glue. 


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SIXTH GROUP. 


APPARATUS AND PROCESSES USED IN THE 
MECHANICAL INDUSTRIES. 


Class 50. — Apparatus and Processes of the Art of Mining 

and Metallurgy 

Boring apparatus for artesian wells and wells of large diameters. 
Boring machines and apparatus for breaking down coal and cutting 
rocks. Apparatus for blasting by electricity. 

Models, plans, and views of the mode of working in mines and 
quarries. Works for obtaining mineral waters. Machines and 
apparatus used for extracting ore, and for lowering and hoisting 
miners. 

Machines for draining ; pumps. 

Ventilating apparatus; ventilators. 

Safety lamps ; lamps for electric light. Apparatus for saving 
life ; parachutes ; signals. 

Apparatus for the mechanical dressing of ores and mineral fuel. 

Apparatus for compressing fuel into cakes. 

Apparatus for the carbonisation of fuel. Smelting furnaces. 
Smoke consuming apparatus. 

Apparatus used in metal works. 

Special apparatus used in forges and foundries, electro-metal- 
lurgical apparatus. 

Apparatus used in metal manufactures of all kinds. 

Brakell, Christopher ; Engineer, Inventor, and Manufacturer ; 
(Founder and Sole Partner of the North Moor 
Foundry Co.) ; 7, Westminster Chambers , London. 
Patent Blowers, Exhausters, Air Compressors, Mine Ventilators, 
Ship Ventilators, Gas Exhausters, Water and Sewage Pumps ; 
Knife Roller Cotton Gins. 

Broadbent, Robert, & Son; Engineers and Machine 
Makers, Inventors ; Phoenix Iron Works, Stalybridge. 
One 7x4 Patent Improved “ Blake ” Stonebreaker or Ore 
Crusher, fitted with exhibitors’ patent positive drawback 
motion, and reversible cubing jaws. 

Brunton & Trier ; Civil Engineers and Inventors ; Battersea 
Foundry, London, and Brighouse, Yorkshire. 

Full sized Stone Dressing Machine in operation on granite 
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Brunton, William, & Co. ; Safety Fuze Manufacturers ; 
Cambrian Safety Fuze Works, Wrexham, North 
Wales, and Penhellick Safety Fuze Works, Redruth, 
Cornwall. 

Various descriptions of Safety Fuze (used for conveying the 
fire to the charge in blasting operations), warranted to he of 
itself non-explosive and perfectly safe. 

Bush & de Sayres ; Iron Founders, Engineers, and Boiler 
Makers; Bristol Iron Foundry, St. Philips, Bristol. 
Hard Rolls of chilled Cast Iron for the manufacture of sheet 
iron and tin plates. 

Cooke, Joseph, & Co. ; Miners’ Lamp Manufacturers ; Mid- 
land Davy Lamp Works, 82, Lawley St., Belmont 
Passage, Birmingham. 

Miners’ Lamps ; a Clanny Lamp, the lamp most in use. A 
Miisler Lamp, becomes extinguished in gas. A Davy Lamp, 
the favourite. A Spring Lock Davy Lamp. A Stephenson 
Air Chamber Lamp, constructed so as to prevent coal dust 
lodging. A Davy Lamp, with swivel staple for pad or lead 
rivet lock. A Pocket Fireman. An Extinguisher, self-acting 
on opening the lamp. A Ball Lamp. Swing Lamps, on 
sticks for Silver Mines. Lamp Brushes, metallic and bristle, 

Davies, David ; Engineer and Inventor ; Viaduct Works, 
Crumlin, near Neivport, South Wales. 

Patent Self-acting Steam Strikers. The Steam Striker is a 
machine capable of taking the place of ordinary hand strikers 
in front of the smith’s anvil, and is especially constructed for 
striking blows at any angle inclined to the face of the anvil 
from the vertical to the horizontal direction. Models of Patent 
separate Shell, High Pressure Steam Boilers, possessing the 
following advantages : — 1st. Advantage of dividing boiler 
into separate shells. 2nd. Facility of increasing the power of 
boilers by adding extra shells. 3rd. Facility of transport and 
erection. 4th. Perfect circulation. 5th. Economy of 50 to 75 
per cent, in space occupied. 6th. Freedom from deposit and 
incrustation. 8th. Facility of cleaning shells and flues. 9th. 
Construction of wrought-iron shells of uniform strength which 
are tested to 300° per square inch. 10th. Great economy in fuel. 

The Diamond Rock Boring Companies of London ; Manu- 
facturers and Inventors ; 4, Broad Sanctuary, West- 
minster, London. Works, London and Manchester. 
Sample Cores obtained by the Diamond Rock Borer. Crowns 
showing setting of Diamonds used. 

Fowler, John, & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manufac- 
turers; 71, Cornhill, London, and Steam Plough 
Works, Leeds. ( Agent in Paris, T. Pilter, 24, Rue 
Alibert.) 

A 3-horse power Patent Traction Engine. A 6-horse power 
Patent special large wheeled Traction Engine. A 8-horse power 
Patent Traction Engine. A Double Cylinder Semi-portable 
Engine. A Single Cylinder Engine for underground hauling 
on the tail rope system. A Double Cylinder Engine for under- 
ground hauling. A Patent Clip Drum. (See also Class 51. )J 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 50. 


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Fussell, James, Sons, & Co.; Bar Iron, Steel, and Edge 
Tool Manufacturers, Inventors; Metis Iron Works , 
near Frome, Somerset. 

Steel, Fagoted, Scrap, and Charcoal Bar Iron. Scythes. Reap 
and other Hooks. Hay Knives. Patent adjusting Scythes. 
Chaff, Engine, and Machine Knives, and sections and other 
Agricultural Edge Tools. Pickaxes, Sledges, and other Mining 
and Railway Tools. “ Steel Heart ” bars or “ Ironclad ” Steel, 
patented for various tools and implements. 

Hathorn & Co. ; Submarine and Mining Engineers, 
Patentees ; 30, Charing Cross, London. 

The Reliance Air Compressor. The Eclipse Rock Drill. 

Humble, Stephen ; Engineer; 61, Uttoxeter JVeiv Road, 
Derby. 

Model of Colliery Headstocks, with King’s Patent Safety 
Detaching Hook to prevent accidents through overwinding, 
and Patent Grips for catching and holding fast the cage in 
case the Winding Ropes should break. A set of full sized 
patent hooks for working loads of 3, 6, and 10 tons. 

Le Gros, Mayne, Leaver, & Co. ; Engineers and Patentees ; 
60, Queen Victoria St., London. 

Improved Patent Ingersoll Rock Drill. A machine supported 
on tripod, or column or car, for boring or drilling holes in 
rocks for blasting in mines and quarries, operated by steam or 
compressed air. Ingersoll Air Compressor, a machine for com- 
pressing, driven by steam direct or by band or spur gearing. 

Lloyd, Francis Henry ; Engineer, Manufacturer and Inventor 
of Patent Safety Tuyeres ; Wood Green, Wednesbury. 
Works, Darlaston Green , near Wednesbury, Stafford- 
shire. 

Patent Open Spray Tuyeres for Blast Furnaces, fitted with the 
necessary spray pipes. Tuyere Coils, Fire Clay and Fire- 
proof composition Tuyere and patent nozzles. Improved 
Tuyeres for Smiths’ hearths, open fires, refineries, and smelting 
furnaces. 

Macnab, James; Engineer, Inventor; 17, Charles St., 
Cavendish Square, London. 

Small Mining Plugs or Guns. Detonators and detonating 
apparatus for prevention of explosions in coal mines ; with 
water cartridges and water seen in transparent boreholes in 
sections of coal seams and rock. Method of igniting charge 
and blasting the Rock. 

Marsden, H. R. ; Engineer and Inventor ; Soho Foundry 
Meadow Lane, Leeds. ( Agents in Paris, A. Burton 
&) Son, 62, Rue Chariot .) 

One improved Stone-breaker, with engine combined, 12x7 
at the mouth, and fitted with the exhibitor’s new patent re- 
versible cubing jaw for making road-metal. The novelty of 
this invention consists in the movable jaw being made with 
faces, instead of as heretofore in one piece, so that the said 
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faces can be reversed, that is, turned upside down when they 
get worn down, and thus be made to serve twice as long as 
before, besides which, when they are quite worn out, they 
are replaceable with a comparatively small casting, whereas 
under the old style the whole jaw had to be renewed. 

Massey, B. & S. ; Engineers and Inventors ; Canal Iron 
Works , Openshaw, Manchester. ( Agents in Paris, 
Cope Sf Co., 13, Rue Perdonnet.) 

Patent Steam Hammers, Steam Stamp ; Steam Saw for Steel 
and Iron ; Steam Hammer for Breaking Stone, Quartz, &c. 
Forging Machine. Samples of Forgings, &c. 

The Patent Plumbago Crucible Company ; Inventors ; 
Manufacturers of Morgan’s Patent and other Cruci- 
bles, &c. ; Battersea Works, London, and 7, Boulevard 
de Denain, Paris. 

Morgan’s Patent Crucibles and other fire-resisting goods. 
Clay Crucibles for Gold working. Portable Assay and Smelting 
Furnaces, Porous Ware, &c. Plumbago for Lubricating and 
other purposes. 

The Protector Lamp and Lighting Company, Limited ; 

Brass Founders, Finishers, Safety Lamp Makers, and 
Tin Plate Workers, &c., Inventors ; 10, Marsden 
Street, Manchester. Works, Sindsley Mill, Worsley, 
near Manchester, Lancashire. 

The Patent Protector and other Miner’s Safety Lamps and 
Lighting Apparatus for Collieries for increased safety to col- 
lieries and economy in mining. Model of Patent Gas Making 
Apparatus. Patent Asbestos Packing and Steam Jointing. 

Robey & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors ; Lincoln. 

16-horse-power Patent “Robey” Mining Engine. (See also 
Class 51.) 

Salmon, Barnes, & Co. ; Iron and Brass Founders ; Canal 
Head Foundry and Engineering Works, Ulverstone, 
Lancashire. 

Patent Rock Drill to be worked either by compressed ah’ or 
steam. (Exhibit also in Class 66.) 

The Savile Street Foundry and Engineering Co., Limited ; 
Manufacturing Engineers and Iron Founders ; Savile 
St. East, Sheffield. 

Baker’s Patent Rotary Pressure Blower. Hall’s Patent 
Multiple Action Stone Breaker. Hall’s Patent Farmer’s 
Bone Mill. Baker’s Patent Rotary Pump. 

Taylor, Henry Enfield ; Engineer and Inventor ; 15, New- 
gate St., and Sandycroft Foundry, Chester. 

Models of “ Patent Drum Dresser.” A new Ore and Coal 
Washing Machine. Jigging Machine, an improved apparatus 
for separating minerals from their gangues with a minimum 
quantity of water. Chester Pump, an improved pumping 
engine for forcing water, applicable to mines, collieries, 
waterworks, &c. 


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West Cumberland Iron and Steel Co., Limited; Manufac- 
turers of Iron and Steel ; Workington , Cumberland. 
Materials used in the manufacture of Bessemer Iron and Steel. 
Samples of Pig Iron, Steel Rails, and Steel Plates produced. 

Western & Co. ; Engineers and Machine Makers; Belvedere 
Hoad, Lambeth , London. 

Saw Machine for cutting old iron and steel. Stone Moulding 
and Planing Machine for working all kinds of j building 
stones. ( See also Class 59.) 

Wright (Peter) & Sons ; Anvil and Vice Manufacturers. 
The Inventors and Patentees ; Constitution Hill Works , 
Dudley. 

Patent Anvils of various patterns. These anvils are made with 
the bick, face, and end, all in one solid piece. Patent Solid 
Box Vices. Patent Parallel Vice constructed on a stronger 
principle than any other vice made. Various kinds of Smiths’ 
tools. 


Class 51. — Agricultural Ihplealents and Processes used 
in the Cultivation of Fields and Forests. 

Plans of culture, distribution, and management of crops. 
Apparatus and works for agricultural engineering, draining, 
irrigation, &c. Plans and models of farm buildings. 

Tools, implements, machines, and apparatus used in husbandry, 
sowing and planting, harvesting, preparation and preservation of 
crops. 

Various agricultural machines worked by horse-power or by 
steam. 

Carts and other rural means of transport. 

Locomotives and horse-gins. 

Manures, organic or mineral. 

Apparatus for the physical and chemical study of soils. 

Plans of different systems of replanting, managing, and 
cultivating forests. 

Apparatus used in the cultivation of forests, and in the trades 
appertaining thereto. 

Apparatus used in the manufacture of tobacco. 

Aveling & Porter ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Rochester, Kent ; 72, Cannon Street, 
London ; and 9, Avenue Montaigne, Paris. 

A pair of 8-horse-power nominal Locomotive Engines for Steam 
Ploughing, by removing the drums and altering the fore car- 
riages they can be used for thrashing and hauling. An 
8-horse-power nominal Agricultural Locomotive, fitted with 
Aveling’s patent wrought-iron side plate brackets; it is 


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capable of hauling 15 tons over any ordinary road, and 
suitable for thrashing and driving stationary machinery. A 
similar Locomotive of 6-horse-power, and a similar one of 
4-horse-power. A Steam Reaping Machine to cut 12 feet wide, 
and an 8-horse-power nominal Locomotive Crane-Engine 
capable of lifting three tons, and arranged for working the 
reaping machine. (See also Class 54.) 

Baker, John ; Corn-dressing Machine Manufacturer. 
Inventor and Patentee ; Falcon Works, Wisbech. 

Four Royal Prize Corn Dressing Machines (Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 
4) for cleaning and separating all kinds of grain and seed for 
market ; they are also extensively used for sorting tea, coffee, 
rice, linseed, & c. 

Baker, Thomas ; Inventor and Manufacturer ; White Wall 
Iron Works, Compton, near Newbury, Berks. 

Portable Water and Liquid Manure Carts. Double Blast Corn 
Dressing Machines. A Liquid Manure Cart with a Manure 
Distributor and Pump for filling attached. 

Ball, William, & Son; Agricultural Implement Manufac- 
turers and Inventors ; Rothwell, Northamptonshire. 
Wagon, Cart, Double, Single, and three -furrow Ploughs, Scari- 
fiers, Horse Hoes, Harrows, &c. 

Bamlett, Adam Carlisle ; Agricultural Engineer, Manu- 
facturer, and Inventor; Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

Mowing Machine. A Combined Mowing and Reaping 
dachine. A Self-raking Reaping Machine. 

Barford & Perkins ; Engineers and Inventors ; Queen St. 
Iron Works, Peterborough. ( Agent in Paris, Th. 
Filter, 24, Rue Alibert .) 

A 3-furrow steam Plough and Digger. Steam cultivating 
Windlass, with 1,600 yards steel rope. Patent self-moving 
anchor for steam cultivation. Corn grinding mills of various 
sizes. Flour dresser for attaching to No. 7 mill. Steaming 
apparatus No. 4. Improved cake mill, extra wide. No. 4. 
Water-ballast Field Roller, size 20 inches in diameter by 
6J feet wide. Water-ballast Asphalte Roller, 27 by 27 inches. 
Water-ballast Garden Roller, fitted with handle for manual 
power, and shafts for pony, 30 inches diameter by 30 inches 
wide. 

Barrows & Stewart ; Engineers and Machinists ; Cher well 
Engine Works, Banbury, Oxfordshire. ( Agent in 
Paris, Th. Pilfer, 24, Rue Alibert.) 

One 8-horse-power portable Steam Engine on wheels, for 
driving agricultural machinery, &c. ; with fire-box for burning 
wood. Shell of boiler continuous from end to end. Crank 
shaft bent out of a solid bar of Lowmoor iron. 

Boby, Robert ; Mechanical Engineer and Inventor ; Saint 
Andrew's Works, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 

Boby’s Patent Large and Small Sized Corn Dressing 
Machines. No. 1, Boby’s Patent Corn Screen. No. 2, Boby’s 


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Patent Corn Screen. No. 5, Boby’s Patent Corn Screen, with 
blower. A Malt Screen. A Self-acting Screen to hang or 
stand. Hand Barley Haveller. Models of Hay-maker, Horse 
Rake, and Grain Cleaning Apparatus. 

Brown, J. B., & Co. ; Galvanized Wire Netting Manufac- 
turers ; 90, Cannon St., London. Works, 240, New 
Kent Road, London. 

Galvanized Iron Wire Netting, from half-inch to six-inch 
meshes, for aviaries, pheasantries, church windows, protecting 
crops and young trees from rabbits and hares, for enclosing 
poultry and sheep, for training plants, and for fencing and 
other purposes ; made all widths up to 4 feet for the smaller 
meshes, and up to 6 feet wide for the larger meshes. 

Burgess & Key; Agricultural Engineers and Inventors; 
Holborn Viaduct, London. Works, Brentwood, Essex. 

A new patent Regulating Reaper ; makes and delivers sheaves 
of any and equal size, notwithstanding any inequality in the 
crop. A patent Mowing and Reaping Machine. The knife 
(which works in a line with the main axle) takes out behind, 
instead of being drawn through the fingers in the usual way. 
A new Mower; has all the gearing placed in one bracket on the 
outer side of the main wheel. A new Cutter-bar for reapers 
and mowers, in which the cutting jaws of the fingers are as 
readily removable as the knife. 

Burnard, Lack, & Alger ; Manufacturers of Chemical 
Manures and Sulphuric Acid, &c., Inventors of the 
Patent “Concentrated” Manure; Sutton Road, and 
Cattedown, Plymouth. 

Chemical manures of various kinds, including the “concen- 
trated,” a manure rich in phosphoric acid, soluble in water, and 
containing azotised matter yielding Ammonia. The Ammonia- 
fixed soluble Guano. The Ammonia is “ fixed ” during the 
process of manufacture, and thus rendered non-volatile, and its 
phosphates are in a perfectly soluble condition. “ The dissolved 
Bone Manure and Superphosphate of Lime.” All these 
manures are in a dry and friable condition. “ Sulphuric 
Acid.” Samples of pure Sulphuric Acid made from Sulphur, 
also of Sulphuric Acid made from Pyrites, and various samples 
of raw Phosphates from England, France, Spain, United 
States, Canada, Cura^oa, Norway, and the various islands in 
the Pacific. Nitrate of Soda, Phosphatic and other Guanos, 
Sulphate of Ammonia and other raw materials used in, the 
manufacture of Chemical Manures. 

Carson & Toone ; Agricultural and Dairy Implement 
Makers and Inventors ; Wiltshire Foundry, War- 
minster, Wiltshire. 

Three prize Horse Hoes, easily convertible to Grubbers, worked 
by one horse each between rows of turnips, beans, and other 
growing crops, clearing out all weeds, and leaving them on the 
surface. Prize Cheese Presses, of four different forms and 
capacities, suitable for dairies at home and abroad, adapted for 
pressing the cheeses through all stages of their manufacture ; 


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portable, strong, and thoroughly efficient. A selection of 
Cheese Vats, Cheddar principle, which are opened by a key to 
relieve the Cheese. Patent Automatic Creeps for passing 
Lambs from the Sheep-fold ; they prevent the egress of the 
Ewes, but admit Lambs of any size without injury. 

Clayton & Slmttleworth ; Manufacturing Engineers and In- 
ventors; Stamp End Works, Lincoln, and 78. Lom- 
bard St., London. 

Portable Steam Engines for burning coal, wood, or straw. 
Traction Engines. Portable Fixture and Stationary Engines. 
Thrashing Machines. Grinding Mills, &c. 

Colentan & Morton ; Agricultural Engineers; Manu- 
facturers, and Inventors ; London Road Iron Works, 
Chelmsford, Essex. ( Agent in Paris, Th. Pilfer, 24, 
fine A/ibcrt.) 

A Prize Cultivator, No. 15, for two light horses. A Prize 
Cultivator, No. 5b, for light hand. A Prize Cultivator, No. 5, 
for mixed soils. A Prize Cultivator, No. 6, for general pur- 
poses. A Prize Cultivator, No. 7, with side levers. A Plough 
Cultivator for both scarifying and ploughing. A Hop 
Cultivator for cultivating hop grounds. A patent adjustable 
Rotary Com Screen and Separator. A Street Watering Cart 
with Seat, Spreaders, &c. A Water and Liquid Manure Cart 
complete. A Tumbler or Sanitary Cart. A Hop-syringing 
Machine for washing the hop plant. A Hand-water Cart 
fitted with Garden Engine. A Horse Pitchfork or Elevator 
for unloading and stacking hay. Two sets of Improved 
Whippletrees. * Samples of shares of various patterns. A 
model of patent Double Circulating Boiler. 

Cook, Edward, & Co. ; Bone Grinders and Manufacturers of 
Chemical Manures ; East London Bone Mills and 
Chemical Manure Works, Bow, London. 

Artificial Manures, especially those made from bones. Samples 
of ground bones, of bone size, of hollow bones for use in the 
manufacture of handles, buttons, &c. (Exhibit also in Class 

47.) 

Corbett & Peele ; Agricultural Engineers ; Perseverance 
Iron Works, Shreivsbury. 

Agricultural Implements : Nos. 1 to 5, Machinery for dressing 
and screening all kinds of grains, seeds, and grasses. Nos. 6 
to 8, Machines for preparing food for animals. Nos. 9 to 12, 
Implements for the cultivation of land. Nos. 13 and 14, Drills 
for sowing agricultural seeds. Nos. 15 and 16, Articles used 
in the ingathering of crops. No. 1 7, Article used in the manu- 
facture of cheese. 

Conltas, James; Agricultural Engineer and Inventor; Per- 
severance Iron Works, Spittlegate, Grantham. 

Corn and Seed Drills. Broad-cast Corn-sowing Machines. 
Artificial Manure Drills or Distributors. Corn and Artificial 
Manure Drills. 


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Davey, Paxman, & Co. ; Engineers, Founders, and Inventors ; 
Standard Iron Works, Colchester, and at 1 39, Queen 
Victoria Street, London. 

An 8-horse-power portable Engine and Boiler, with exhibitor’s 
patent Water Heater and other improvements. A 3-horse- 
power Vertical Engine and Boiler combined, the boiler of 
exhibitor’s type, which has large heating surface, and secures 
by a special method the perfect circulation of water. A 4-horse- 
power Vertical Engine, “Standard” pattern. A 4-horse- 
power Horizontal Engine. Patent Steam Corn Drying Ma- 
chines. Patent Water-heaters, for raising the temperature of 
feed-water to steam boilers. Patent Farmyard Manure Spreader, 
Improved Steam Thrashing and Finishing Machines, with self- 
acting safety feed apparatus. 

Denton, Henry ; Inventor and Manufacturer ; St. Peter’s 
Iron Works, St. Mark Street, Wolverhampton. 
(. Agents in Paris, Waite, Burnell, Huggins Co., 
9, Rue Alibert.) 

Chain Harrow, with steel tines, for improving grass lands and 
collecting weeds, &c. Horse-power, for transmitting- power to 
any kind of machinery, made entirely of iron, very strong and 
simple. Vices for Reaping Machine Knives. Wrought Iron 
Cylinders for Land Rollers. 

Fanner, Thomas, & Co. ; Chemical Manufacturers ; Pun- 
ster House, Mark Lane, London ; Works, Hall’s 
Wharf Victoria Docks, London. 

Chemical Guano A, a fertilizer for sugar beet, potatoes, flax, 
hops, mangold wurzels, cotton, coffee, &c. Chemical Guano B, 
a fertilizer for all cereals, grass, tea, indigo, rice, tobacco, &c. 
Chemical Guano C, a substitute for Peruvian Guano as formerly 
imported, and a fertilizer for sugar cane. Pure Dissolved 
Bones, a fertilizer for vines, turnips, pasture, &c. Bone 
Manure, a fertilizer for turnips pasture, &c. Superphosphate 
of Lime, containing 12, 14, 16, and 19 to 20 per cent, of phos- 
phoric acid soluble. Collection of special fertilizers for various 
foreign crops and of raw materials used in the manufacture 
of the above articles. 

Fowler, John, & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Steam Plough Works, Leeds, and 71, 
Cornhill, London. 

A 16-horse-power Patent Single Cylinder Traction Engine, fitted 
for steam ploughing on the double engine system. A 6-horse- 
power Patent Single Cylinder Traction Engine, fitted for steam 
ploughing on the double engine system. Patent Balance 
Plough, for steam ploughing with four adjustable furrows. A 
patent balance Plough with double swing middle with three 
furrows. A Patent Turning Cultivator, 9 and 11 tynes. A 
Patent Turning Harrow. {See also Class 50.) 

Garrett (Richard.) & Sons ; Agricultural Engineers and 
Boiler Makers, Manufacturers, and Inventors; Leiston 
Works, Suffolk. ( Agent in Paris, Th. Filter, 24, 
Rue Alibert .) 

Portable and Traction Engines constructed to burn straw and 
other vegetable refuse as well as coal and wood. Threshing 


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Dressing, and Straw Chopping Machines. Combined Straw- 
elevating and Stacking Machine for hay and corn. Corn and 
Seed Drills. Manure Distributors and Horse Hoes. (See also 
Class 54.) 

Gibbs (James) & Company ; Manufacturers of Sulphuric 
Acid, Manures and Feeding Cake; Inventors; 16, Mark 
Lane, London, King St. Hall, Bristol ; 42, George 
Street, Plymouth. Works, Victoria Docks, and Bur- 
dett Wharf, London, and Cattedown, Plymouth. 

1. — Sulphuric Acid, (a.) Sources of Acid, Brimstone, Pyrites. 
Nitrate of Soda. ( b .) Rectified Acid, S.G. 1 '845. (c.) Cham- 
ber Acid, S.G. 1'600. 2. — Chemical Products as applied to 
Agriculture (Fertilizers), (a.) Sources of Nitrogen. ( b .) 
Sources of Phosphoric Acid, (c.) Sources of other fertilizing 
constituents. (d.) Perfected combinations of above consti- 
tuents; Gibbs’ Ammonia-fixed Guano, Dissolved Bones, 
Superphosphate of Lime, special manures for different crops 
in all climates. 3. — Alimentary products as applied to Agri- 
culture (Food for Cattle). Gibbs’ Pure Feeding Cake for 
stock of all kinds. Milch Cows, &c., &c. 

Gilbert, William ; Drill Manufacturer ; Shippon, Abingdon, 
Berkshire. 

Corn and Seed Drills, 12-row and 7-row. Hand Drill, 2-row. 

Goulding, W. & H. M., Limited ; Chemical Manure Manu- 
facturers ; Dublin and Cork. 

Bone Manure. Special Manure. Superphosphate of Lime. 
Vine M anure. Corn Manure ; and materials used in their 
manufacture. 


Hall, A. W., & Co.; Manufacturers and Inventors of 
Chemical Manures ; Redbridge Chemical Works, 17, 
Above Bar, Southampton. 

Chemicals : Sulphate of Ammonia, Alum, Aluminous Cake. 
Tar Products : Naptha, Light Oil, Grease Oil, Anthracine, 
Pitch. Chemical Manures : “ Guano Anglais ” (made specially 
for and sold in France), Superphosphate of Lime, Dissolved 
Bones, Bone superphosphate, special Manures for Corn, Potato, 
Mangold, Turnip, Grass, Bean, Pea, Tares, and other crops. 
Wheat Manure. Vine Manure. Ground Bones, half-inch, 
quarter-inch, and dust. Nitro concentrated Manure. 

Harrison, McGregor, & Co.; Agricultural Engineers and 
Machine Manufacturers, Inventors ; Albion Foundry, 
Leigh, near Manchester . (. Agents in Paris, Waite, 

Burnell, Huggins, &■ Co., 10, Rue Alibert.) 

A new patent “ Albion ” two-horse self-raking side-delivery 
Reaping Machine fitted with controllable Rakes; an improved 
"Albion” two-horse combined Mower and Reaper, manual 
delivery ; an improved “ Albion ” two-horse Mowing Machine, 
all perfectly balanced, light in draught, and simple and strong 
in construction. 


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Hill & Smith; Iron and Wire Fencing Manufacturers, 
Inventors ; Brierley Hill Iron Works , Brierley Hill, 
near Dudley, Staffordshire; and 1 18, Queen Victoria 
St., London. 

One pair of ornamental Wrought-iron Entrance Gates, and 
railings to match. A length of patent continuous Iron Fencing. 
A length of Strained Wire Fencing. A length of new Patent 
Tubular Fencing, the horizontal bars being of tubes instead of 
solid iron. Iron Hurdles made with solid bars (round and 
Hat), and also with patent tubes. Entrance Field and Wicket 
Gates. Samples of Game-proof Wire Netting. Ornamental 
Iron Work. 


Hindley, Edmund Samuel ; Engineer, Boiler Maker, &c., 
Inventor; Bourton, Dorset. 

A 4-horse-power Vertical Steam Engine and Boiler combined, 
on water-heater foundation and mounted on four travelling* 
wheels, with horse shafts. A 1J -horse-power Vertical Steam 
Engine and Boiler, combined on water heater foundation and 
mounted on three travelling wheels, with handle. A 2-horse- 
power Vertical Steam Engine, with feed pump, equilibrium 
quick-speed governor, turned fly-wheel, and pulley. (See also 
Class 54.) 

Holmes & Sons ; Agricultural Engineers and Drill Makers. 
Inventors ; Prospect Place Works, Norwich, Norfolk. 
(Agents in Paris, Waite, Burnell, Hnqains, &■ Co, 
10, Rue A liber t.) 

Portable Steam Engine for driving. Thrashing and Finishing 
Machine. Clover Seed Sheller, with Dressing Apparatus'" 
Corn and Seed Drill with fore steerage. Root Drill, Manure 
Drill, and Manure Distributor. A Patent Turnip Thinner for 
setting out the plants at equal distances. 


Hornsby, Richard, & Sons ; Agricultural Engineers and 
Implement Makers, Inventors; Spittle gate Iron Works, 
Grantham, Lincolnshire. (Agent in Paris, .) 

A Portable Steam Engine of 8 nominal horse power, constructed 
on Exhibitors’ patent principle of placing the cylinder inside 
the steam chamber and in direct contact with the steam in 
the boiler. A patent portable combined Thrashing, Shaking 
and Finishing Dressing Machine. The cranks are made in’ 
separate parts and case hardened. The Thrashing Drum is 
reversible. A new patent “ Spring Balance ” Self-raking 
Reaper, with patent mechanical and manual controllable Rakes 
A one-horse patent Spring Balance Self-Raking Reaper! 
A two-horse Paragon combined Reaper and Mower. A one- 
horse and a two-horse Grass Mower. One Single Furrow and 
one Three Furrow Plough. A Rotary Corn Screen. A Corn 
Dressing Machine. A Washing, Wringing, and Mangling 
lVlnphinp ° & 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 51. 


Howard, James & Frederick; Agricultural Implement 
Manufacturers and Inventors ; Britannia Iron Works, 
Bedford. ( Agent in Paris, Th. Pi/ter, 24, Rue 

Alibert.) 

Steam Ploughing Engines for the combined purposes of steam 
ploughing, threshing, grinding, hauling, and other farm work. 
Steam Ploughs for turning over the land at various depths. 
Steam Cultivators for breaking or smashing up the land at 
various depths. Steam Scarifiers for stirring the land to a 
moderate depth. Steam Harrows for harrowing the land after 
it has been ploughed or broken up. Single Ploughs for horses 
or oxen to turn over the land one furrow at a time at various 
depths. Double Ploughs for horses or oxen to turn over the 
land two furrows at a time at various depths. Triple Ploughs 
for horses or oxen to turn over the land three furrows at a time 
at various depths. Quadruple Ploughs for horses or oxen to 
turn over the land four furrows at a time at various depths. 
Ridging Ploughs for horses or oxen to mould up or form 
ridges for beet-root, turnips, and potatoes. Potato Ploughs 
for horses or oxen to raise up potatoes. Vine Ploughs for 
horses or oxen to turn up the land between the rows of vines. 
Harrows for harrowing the land with horses or oxen after it 
has been ploughed or broken up. Horse Rakes for collecting 
hay, corn, or stubble. Haymaking Machines for making hay 
by tossing, turning over, and tedding cut grass with horses or 
oxen. Mowing Machines for cutting grass, clover, and other 
green crops. Reaping Machines for cutting wheat, barley, 
oats, and rye. Reaping Machines with Sheaf binders. Models 
of self-moving anchors for Steam Ploughing, self-lifting Steam 
Cultivators, Triple Plough, Harrows, Self-acting Horse Rake, 
Mowing and Reaping Machines. 

Humphries, Edward ; Manufacturing Agricultural Engi- 
neer and Inventor ; Atlas Iron Works , Pershore, 
Worcestershire. 

One Combined Double-blast Finishing Thrashing Machine. 
One 6-horse-power Portable Steam Engine. One 3-horse- 
power Vertical Steam Engine. 

Hunt & Tawell ; Agricultural Implement Manufacturers ; 
Atlas Works, Earl’s Colne, near Halstead, Essex. 

A One-horse Gear. A Two-horse Gear. A Hand-power 
Thrasher. A “Gem ’’Root Pulper. A “Gem ’’Root Grater. 
A Bean and Oat Mill. An Oilcake Breaker. Four Hand- 
power Chaff Cutters. 

Jeffery & Blackstone (late Ashby and Jeffery) ; Agri- 
cultural Engineers, Inventors ; Stamford, Lincoln- 
shire. 

One 4-horse-power Vertical Steam Engine and Boiler. One 
No. 2 patent Haymaker. One new Chaff Cutter for hand- 
power. One new Horse Rake. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 51. 


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Kearsley, George ; Agricultural Implement Manufacturer 
and Inventor ; The British Iron and Implement 
Works , North St., Ripon, Yorkshire. 

A Grass Mower and Combined Machine, with change of speed. 
A Self-delivery Com Reaper. A Manual Delivery one-horse 
Reaper. 

Kell, Meats, & Co. ; Agricultural Engineers and Imple- 
ment Manufacturers, Patentees ; Barton Foundry, 
Gloucester. 

One 1 1 Row Patent British Economical Corn Drill, worked 
easily by two horses and one man ; the seed barrel is stopped 
and the feet are raised from the ground by one and the same 
lever. It will drill any sort of grain or seed. One five-row 
Corn Drill for small landholders, to drill all kinds of main or 
seed. 

Le Butt, Josiali ; Agricultural Engineer, Part Inventor; 
Corn, Screen, and Haymaker Works, Burn St. Ed- 
munds, Suffolk. 

Self-cleaning Com Screens (formerly Boby’s patent); the 
object of these is to effectually remove all thi n refuse and broken 
grams which are found in wheat, barley, malt, and oats, and 
can be adapted for coffee and rice. Double-action Haymaking 
Machine, noted for its extreme simplicity, lightness of draught, 
strength, and efficiency. The travelling wheels are formed of 
wood, and the machine cannot be wrongly worked. Hand 
Garden Seed Drill, for sowing every kind of garden and other 
seed. Pheasant and Poultry Feeders; the food is protected 
from vermin and the weather by a glass cover, which closes 
automatically when the birds are not feeding Everlasting 
Malt and Oat Screen. g 

Loader, Caleb ; Agricultural Machinist ; (Patentee) Mana- 
ger of Loader’s Patent. Harvesting Machine Co. 
Registered ; East Pennard, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. 

One new Harvesting Apparatus, with an improved Trailing 
' ’ complete for gathering 1 and loading hay or corn on to 

carts or waggons in the open field without manual labour to 
economize time. A Model Locomotive Engine deriving its 
power from natural elements. Manufactured by Ruston 
Proctor, & Co., Lincoln. 


McLaren, John & Henry; Civil and Mechanical Engi- 
neers, Inventors and Manufacturers ; Midland Engine 
Works, Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire. 


One 6-horse-power Agricultural Locomotive Engine with 
patent expanding arrangement and separate framing for the 
engine, so that the latter is quite rigid, and has all the force 
communicated direct to the crank shaft, independently of the 
boiler, which is free to expand and contract to any extent due 
o the heat thereof. P]a„s of Farm B„ildi„g s /a“Se for 
farms of various sizes. 1 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 51. 


Maldon Iron Works Company, Limited; Mai don , Essex. 
Small Vertical Steam Engines, Horse and Pony Gears, Small 
Thrashing Machines, Corn Dressing Machines, Chaff Cutters, 
Root Pulpers and Cutters, Corn and Seed Crushers, Oat, Maize, 
and Bean Kibblers. Oilcake Mills. 

Marshall, Sons, & Co., Limited; Manufacturing Engi- 
neers, Millwrights, and Machinists, Inventors and 
Patentees of numerous improvements ; Britannia Iron 
Works, Gainsborough , Lincolnshire. 

Agricultural self-moving and Traction Engines, Portable 
Engines for agricultural and forest use. Patent Straw- 
burning Portable Engine. Portable Irrigating Engine. Sta- 
tionary Horizontal Engine and combined Locomotive Multi- 
tubular Boiler. Stationary Vertical Engine and Boiler com- 
bined. Horizontal fixed Engine with separate Boiler. Hori- 
zontal Condensing Engine. Corn Grinding Mill. Circular 
Saw Benches and Tea-rolling Machinery. Combined Finishing, 
Thrashing, and Dressing Machines. Combined Straw Elevator 
and Stacking Machine. 

Morris & Griffin; Chemical Manure Manufacturers and 
Inventors; Ceres Works, Wolverhampton. 

Samples of Manures for all kinds of root and cereal crops. 
Hop Plant, Pasture Land, &c. Collection of raw materials 
used in the manufacture of Manures. 

Neale, Melville Thomson; Inventor and Manufacturer; 
22, Buckingham St., Strand, London. 

“Neale’s patent Automatic String-knotting Sheaf-binder.” 
(Combined Reaper and Binder) for cutting and automatically 
binding with string, and by means of an absolute knot, 
corn or other cereals into sheaves or bundles of any length or 
size, at a total cost of sixpence per acre. 

Nicholson, William Newzam, & Son; Agricultural Engineers 
and Inventors ; Trent Iron Works, Newark-on- Trent. 
(. Agents in Paris, Waite, Burnell, Huggins, 3f Co., 
10, Rue Alibert.) 

Horse Rakes and Hay Machines. Oil Cake Breakers and 
Food Preparing Machines. Horse Gears. New patent Grist 
Mills. Vertical Steam Engines and Boilers, fixed and portable. 

Nitro-Phosphate and Odams Chemical Manure Company, 
Limited; 109, Fenchurch St., London. Works, Hudson’ s 
Wharf, Victoria Docks, London. 

Manures, and Materials used in the manufacture of Manures. 

Nottingham Malleable Iron Company, Limited, The; Kirke 
White St., Nottingham. 

Drum Beaters for thrashing machines of malleable iron and 
of cast steel. Drum Beaters for thrashing machines of com- 
bined malleable iron and steel. Combined Cast Steel and 
Malleable Iron Castings. Collection of Steam Fittings. 
Hart’s patent reliable injectors. The “ Odling ” patent safety 
Miners’ Lamp. 


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Ohlendorff & Co. ; Merchants and Manufacturers of the 
dissolved Peruvian Government Guano ; 15, Leaden- 
hall St., London. Works nt London, Hamburg, 
Antwerp, and Emmerich on Rhine. 

Dissolved Peruvian Government Guano, i.e., raw Peruvian 
Government Guano treated with sulphuric acid, a fine powdery 
manure sold with guaranteed analysis. Raw Materials, Models, 
Plans, and Photographs, showing the process of manufacture. 

Packard, Edward, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Chemical Manures 
and Inventors ; 6, Princes St., Ipswich, Suffolk. 
Works — Branford , Ipswich, and Cambridge in 
England ; Londonderry , Ireland ; Villefranche, 
Aveyron, France ; Wetzlar, Nassau, Germany ; Iron 
Pyrites Mines at Kvaal in Norway. 

Superphosphate of Lime of various qualities, containing from 
10 to 40 per cent, of soluble phosphoric acid, manufactured ; 
A, in the ordinary way by dissolving powdered phosphate 
in sulphuric acid ; B, under exhibitor’s newly invented 
process, by which low quality phosphate can be manufactured 
into superphosphates of the highest grade. Specimens of 
Phosphates of Lime obtained from various geological formations. 
Specimens of Potash Manures. Specimens of sources of 
Ammonia generally in use by manufacturers of manures and 
farmers. Materials used for the manufacture of sulphuric 
acid, for making artificial manures. 

Picksley, Sims, & Co., Limited ; Agricultural Engineers 
and Inventors ; Bedford Foundry, Leigh, Lancashire. 

Six Chaff Cutters of different sizes and fitted with various 
improvements. An Oil-cake Mill, breaks six sizes of Cake. 
Two Mills for bruising or grinding grain and pulse. Two 
Mills with steel rollers. A Grist Mill for power only. A Root 
Slicer. ARootPulper. A new Mower and Reaper, “ Novelty.” 
The same with new improved Back Self-delivery when used as 
a Reaper. Horse Rake. 

Purser, Edward, & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists ; 1 16, 
Fenchurch St., London. Works, Plough Wharf, 
Cubitt Town, Poplar, near London. 

Raw Material employed in the manufacture cf Chemical 
Manures. Imported Manures. Manufactured Manures. 

Rainforth, Wm., & Sons ; Agricultural Engineers and In- 
ventors ; Britannia Iron Works, Brayford Head, 
Lincoln. 

A 9-row Corn Drill. An adjustable Corn Screen fitted 
with springs and brush. An adjustable Corn Screen fitted with 
blower and metallic cleaner in place of brush. An adjustable 
Corn Screen fitted with blower diamond mesh. A Corn 
Winnowing and Dressing Machine. A set R 4 zig-zag Iron 
Harrows. A patent Parallel Lifting Harrow, 6 feet wide. A 
three-horse Iron Drag. A Skerry or Scuffler. A Grubber. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 51. 


Ransomes, Sims, & Head ; Manufacturing Agricultural 
Engineers and Iuventors ; Orwell Works , Ipswich, 
and 9, Gracechurch Street, London. 

. Portable Engines for burning coal and wood. Head and 
Schemioth’s Patent Engines for burning straw, cotton, and 
maize stalks, megass, and other vegetable refuse. Fixed Steam 
Engines, with single or double cylinders, fitted with patent 
automatic governor expansion gear for regulating the speed of 
the engine. Improved Traction Engiues, of 6 and 8 horse- 
power, for running along the common roads at a speed of li 
and 3 miles an hour. Steam Thrashing Machines for wheat, 
barley, oats, rice, and other cereals. Steam Thrashing Ma- 
chines, with apparatus for chopping and bruising the straw for 
fodder, the only machines thoroughly adapted to the require- 
ments of hot countries. Corn mills, with one, two, or more 
pair of stones, for grinding all kinds of grain, and arranged for 
driving by stationary or portable engines. Single furrow 
ploughs, also 2, 3, and 4 furrow ploughs suitable for all kinds 
of work. Horse Rakes and Haymakers of most improved con- 
struction. 

Reid, Benjamin, & Co. ; Agricultural Implement Makers, 
Inventors ; Bon- Accord Works, Aberdeen. 

A Patent “Disc” Corn Drill, a Patent “Disc” Broad-cast 
Grain Sower, a Patent Silent Winnowing Machine, a Sack- 
weighing Machine, a Thrashing Machine, a Hand and Foot 
Thrashing Machine, a small Ridging Plough, Models of Wire- 
straining Pillars and Wire Bridge. New Drain Rods. 

Riches & Watts ; Manufacturing and General Machinists. 
Inventors ; Duke's Palace Iron Works, Norwich 
Norfolk. 

A Vertical Combined Steam Engine and Boiler of (nominal) 
horse-power, complete with feed-water heater. A “ Felton’s ” 
Grinding Mill. A Universal Mill, for grinding all kinds of 
grain for farmers’ purposes, which it will do twice as fast and 
with half the power of ordinary millstones. No. 2 size. A 
“Eureka” Grinding Mill on a similar principle to the fore- 
going, hut differing in the adjustment of the working parts. 
No. 7 size. A “Meal Sifter” for attaching to the Grinding 
Mills above named, will effectually separate the ground meal 
into fine and coarse and bran, No. 2 size. A Patent Self- 
acting Revolving Hay and Gathering Rake, a great labour- 
saving machine for the hay and harvest fields ; has a double 
set of teeth, perfectly balancing each other, so that they do not 
fall with a clash as other rakes do. It has many advantages 
over the ordinary rake. A 3-horse-power Steam Engine 
without a boiler. 

Richmond & Chandler ; Agricultural Implement Manu- 
facturers and Inventors ; Salford, Manchester. 

Chaff Cutting Machines, Corn Crushing Machines, Horse Gear 
Works, Steaming Apparatus, Bread Kneading Machine, 
Turnip Pulper. 


CATALOGUE. CLASS 51. 


191 


Robey & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors ; Lincoln. 

4, 6, and 8 horse-power Portable Steam Engines, 16-horse- 
power Patent “ Robey ” Fixed Engine, with Locomotive Boiler, 
3-horse-power Vertical Steam Engine and Boiler, 8-horse-power 
Traction Engine. Corn Mill, with two pairs of 3' 6" millstones. 
Flour Dresser, No. 1 Saw Bench, with 42" saw. Thrashino- 
and Finishing Machine with 4' 6" drum. (See also Class 50 .f 

Rnston, Proctor, & Co. ; Manufacturing Engineers and 
Inventors ; Sheaf Iron Works , Lincoln. 

Portable Engines of 8 and 3 horse-power with one cylinder, 
and 12-horse-power with 2 cylinders ; 3-horse-power combined 
Vertical Engine and Boiler ; 10-horse-power Horizontal Engine, 
all with expansion gear, feed-water heaters, patent stays, &c! 
Traction, Engine, of 8-horse-power with self-acting equilibrium 
valve, improved compensating gear, high speed governors. 
Finishing Thrashing Machines, of 3, 6, and 8-horse-power, with 
patent self-feeder and other important improvements. Loader’s 
Patent Harvesting Machine (new invention). Straw Elevator 
and Stacking Machine. Corn Grinding Mill, with 2 pairs 3 
feet 6 inch diameter stones, self contained in iron frame. 
Wood sawing machinery. 

Samuelson & Co. ; Agricultural Engineers and Ma- 
chinists, Inventors ; Britannia Works, Banbury , 
Oxfordshire , England. 

Reaping and Mowing Machinery. 

Smith, William, & Son ; Agricultural Engineer and 
Inventor ; Royal Iron Works , Lettering , Northamp- 
tonshire. 

One new Patent Horse Hoe, with new lever and hoes to take on 
and off, 'and new axle. A Horse Hoe of a new design. A 
Patent Rotary Turnip Thinner for two rows. A new 'Grind- 
stone, in iron frame, to work with treadle and handle. A 
similar Grindstone on wood frame. A new Patent Sugar 
Chopper to work by foot. A new patent machine for cleanmo- 
currants. 

Smyth, J ames, & Sons ; Drill Manufacturers and In- 
ventors ; Peasenhall, Suffolk , and 160, Hue Lafay- 
ette , Paris. 

Corn, Seed, and Manure Drills. Manure Distributor. Kaem- 
merer’s Patent Broad-cast Sowing Machine. 

Turner, E. R. & F. ; Manufacturing Engineers and In- 
ventors ; St. Peter’s Iron Works, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Portable Steam Engine with patent automatic variable expan- 
sion. Fixed Steam Engines (Horizontal). Vertical Steam 
Engines. Thrashing Machines. Corn Grinding Mills with 
stones. Corn and Seed Crushers. Kibbling Mills for beans 
and maize. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 51. 


Woolnough, W. & C., & Co. ; Agricultural Engineers 
and Inventors ; Ceres Iron Works , Kingston-on- 
Thames, near London. 

Corn and Seed Drills, General Purpose Drill, Seed and 
Manure Drill, Manure Distributors, Horse Hoes, Corn Grinding 
Mill fitted with 20-inch French Burr Stones. 


Class 52. — Apparatus and Processes used in Agricultural 

Works, and in Works for the Preparation of Food. 

Apparatus used in agricultural works : manufacture of artificial 
manures; of drain pipes; cheese, factories, dairies; apparatus 
used in preparing flour, fecula, starches, oils ; apparatus used in 
breweries, distilleries, sugar manufactories and refineries; work- 
shops for the dressing of textile materials ; silk- worm nurseries, 
&c. 

Apparatus used in the preparation of alimentary products, 
mechanical appliances for kneading and baking ; apparatus used 
in making pastry and confectionery. 

Apparatus for the manufacture of vermicelli, maccaroni, &c. 
Machines for making sea biscuits. Chocolate machines. Apparatus 
for roasting coffee. 

Apparatus for making ices and cool drinks ; manufacture and 
preservation of ice. 

Barnett, Son, & Foster ; Engineers and Inventors of 
Mineral Water Machinery; 20 to 23, Forston St., 
Hoxton, London. 

Different sized Soda Water Machines fitted with glass plungers. 
Marble Fountains for dispensing iced fruit drinks. Copper 
Cylinders. The “ London-made ” Syphon Bottle. Patent 
Self-tightening Capsule Stopper for malt liquors. Codd’s 
Patent Soda Water Bottle and Filling Machine. 

Baxter, William Henry ; Brewer ; Manufacturer and In- 
ventor ; 2, Old Swun Lane, City, London. 

Automatic and Self-registering Corn Weighing Machine, 
capacity one ton per hour. A similar machine encased, as 
designed for the Italian Government to assess the Grist Tax. 
A similar machine encased and fixed over suppositious Steel 
Rollers, illustrating Mr. Baxter’s proposed system for the assess- 
ment of the tax on beer, which consists in automatically 
ascertaining the weight of grain used in brewing at the time of 
crushing and imposing a tax upon such weight. Automatic 
and self-registering Corn Measuring Machine, capacity 20 
bushels per hour. A similar machine encased and fixed over 
suppositious Steel Rollers, illustrating the Bavarian system of 
assessing the tax on Beer, such tax being imposed upon the 
volume of the malt used in brewing. This machine is so 
adjusted that the brewer cannot defraud the Government, 


CATALOGUE.— -CLASS 52. 


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even if he substitute other grain for malted barley. Model of 
Automatic and Self-registering Corn Weighing Machine, 
capacity 30 tons per hour. 

Bentall, Edward Hammond, & Co. ; Agricultural Machine 
Manufacturers and Inventors ; Heybridge Works, 
Maldon, Essex. 

Cattle Food Preparing Machines, consisting of Chaff Cutters, 
Pulpers, Turnip Cutters, Oil Cake Mills, Corn Crushers, and 
Kibblers. 

Bradford, Thomas, 8c Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Crescent Iron Works, Manchester, and 140 
to 143, High Holborn, London. 

Patent Bone Slicing Mill, for making bone manure. Patent 
Bone Grinding Mill, for making bone meal for feeding poultry, 
ostriches, and dogs. Patent Churn for making butter. ( See 
also Class 54.) 

Buchanan, G\, 8c Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Construc- 
tors ; 25, Bucklersbury, London. 

A 12-horse-power Steam Engine and Cane Mill combined on 
the same iron base plate. (Buchanan’s Patent), Size A. A 
similar engine of 3-horse-power, Size X., and another Size XX. 
One Cane Mill for Cattle Power. One Wetzel Evaporator. 

Burney & Co. ; Iron Tank Manufacturers ; Mill Wall 
Docks, London. 

Iron Tanks for ships’ use, for water, biscuit, oil, & c., and for ship- 
ment of malt and various goods. Cisterns for Water or Oil for 
manufacturing purposes and domestic use. Cisterns and 
Cattle Drinking Troughs, with safe edges for agricultural 
purposes. General Wrought-iron Work, over one-sixteenth of 
an inch. Iron Water-cart Bodies, Corn Bins, Filters, with the 
working parts removable for cleansing. 

Carter, J. Harrison ; Patentee and Manufacturer of Grind- 
ing Machinery ; 82, Mark Lane, London. 

Carter’s Patent Disintegrator, sizes No. 2 and 4. A Middlings 
Roller Crushing Mill. A Middlings Purifier (Carl Haggen- 
macher’s Patent). A Corundum Millstone Dressing Machine 
and Millstone. 

Codd, H., & Co.; Engineers and Manufacturers ; 58, King 
William Street, City, London. 

Soda Water Bottles closed by means of an internal glass ball, 
which forms an air-tight seating against an elastic ring fixed 
in a groove in the mouth of the bottle. Machine adapted for 
filling these bottles with aerated water, so arranged that the 
bottle when full can be inclined so as to allow the ball to fall 
to its seating before the bottle is removed from the nipple. 
(Hiram Codd, Inventor and Patentee.) 

Colrnan, J. & J, ; Inventors. Mustard, Starch, Washing 
Blue, and Corn Flour Manufacturers ; 108, Cannon 
St., London ; Factory, Carroio Works, Norwich. 
Machinery in motion, showing the whole process of the manu- 
facture of English mustard. (Exhibit also in Classes 47, 69, 
and 74.) 

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194 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 52. 


Coppard, John, & Co. ; Inventors, Patentees, and Manufac- 
turers ; Albion Works , Devonshire St., Soho, Birming- 
ham. 

A Patent Mincing and Sausage Machines made entirely of iron 
with movable knives coated with tin. Improved Patent India- 
Rubber Door Springs. Liqueur Taps. Self-acting Cask 
Stands. Fruit and Potato Parers and Slicers. Carpet Brooms. 
Clothes Wringer and Mangle. Nail Drawer and Hammer 
combined, and a Machine for cutting Tobacco. 

Corcoran, Witt, & Co. ; Builders of French Millstones, 
General Mill Furnishers, Wire Weavers and Workers, 
and Inventors ; 28, Mark Lane, London. 

Machines worked by hand, steam, or bullocks for shelling and 
hulling rice, for separating and sifting rice, and for whitening 
and polishing rice. Paddy Pounding Machines or Mortars. 
Woven Wire Cloth and perforated iron and zinc plates for rice 
mills. Rice Shelling Stones, Barley Millstones, French Burr 
Millstones. Steel Tools for dressing stones. Corn Grinding 
Mills, elevators for lifting corn, rice, &c., with regulating screw 
for adjusting pullies when running. Porcelain Rollers to be 
used instead of iron or steel rollers for grinding middlings, 
cocoa, linseed, & c. Grain Separators. Middlings purifier. 
Chondrometer for telling the weight of com per bushel. 
Malt Kilns. Kiln Tiles. Woven Wire for kiln floors. Malt 
Screens. Malt Turning and Emptying Shovels. Gauge 
Rods. Improved Corn-drying Kiln. Grain Measuring and 
Weighing Apparatus. Various apparatus used in brewing and 
malting. Samples of barley, malt, and rice. Paper Machine 
Wires. Mining Wires. Perforated Plates for mining pur- 
poses. Stampers. Sieves in iron, brass, and copper. Machine 
Brushes. Coffee Cleaning Machines. Cocoa Machinery. 
Starch Machinery. Mustard Machinery. Improved Bullock 
Gear for working pumps, &c., specially designed to suit the 
Indian markets. Fire Bricks. Fire Clays. Leather Driving 
Bands. 


Crowley, John, & Co. ; Ironfounders. Manufacturers; 
Meadow Hall Iron Works, near Sheffield. 

Chaff Cutters, Nos. la, 2, and 3, very useful for small users of 
chaff. Safety Lever Chaff Cutters (S. Edward’s patent). 
Nos. 6 and 10, worked by horse, steam, or water power. 
Lawn mowers (The Invincible), S. Edward’s patent, 10-inch 
and 14-inch, fitted with wood regulating rollers to work either 
at the front or back of the revolving cutters. Samples of 
various descriptions of patent Carburetted Malleable Cast 
Iron Castings for Agricultural Machines. 

Davies & Sneade ; Millstone Manufacturers and Mill Fur- 
nishers, Inventors ; Cheapside, and Charters St., 
Liverpool. 

One pair 4 feet diameter French Burr Millstones built on our 
improved principle to work for granulating. A Rice Millstone 
(Derbyshire Peak) from our own Quarries. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 52. 


195 


Davis’s Excelsior Knife Cleaning Machine Company, 
Limited ; Patentees and Manufacturers ; 69, Leadenhall 
St., London. 

Knife Cleaning Machines, Mincing and Sausage Machines, 
and other labour-saving articles for domestic use. Cutlery 
and improved Openers for tin cases of preserved provisions. 
Coffee Mills. 

Dell, William R., & Son; Millstone Builders and Mill- 
wrights ; Inventors and Manufacturers ; 26, Mark 
Lane, London. Works, Lirnehousc, London ; and 
Croydon, Surrey. 

Millstones. Machines for cleaning wheat previous to grinding. 
Machines for purifying sharps. Machines and implements for 
flour mills. 

Duvallon & Lloyd; Hydraulic and General Engineers. 
Manufacturers and Inventors ; Atlas Works, Oozell 
St., Birmingham. 

A machine to produce one ton of ice in 24 hours, complete 
with the exception of the steam boiler. A 14-horse-power 
Horizontal “ Atlas ” Engine, with expansion gear. A pair of 
coupled “ Atlas ” Engines consisting of two horizontal engines, 
equivalent to 6-horse-power each. A 3-horse-power “Atlas” 
Vertical Engine. A similar engine on base with boiler and 
feed water heater. A 5-horse-power “ Atlas ” Vertical Engine. 
A similar engine on base with boiler and feed water heater. 
A Fire Engine for ship’s decks. Three Hand Pumps, 3-inch, 
4-inch, and 5-inch (patent design). 

Eastwood, James, & Co., Limited; Machinists, Inventors; 
Victoria Machine Works, Bold St., Preston, Lan- 
cashire. 

Compound Action Barrel, Tub, Box, and New Patent Streamlet 
Churns. London Sycamore Box Churns. The “ Victoria” 
Washing Machine. Wringing and Mangling Machines. 
Machinery for Mixing and Boiling Size, Starch, and Colour for 
Cotton Weaving, and Printing, and Bleaching Cloth. 

Etzensberger, Robert Ulrich ; Inventor and Manufacturer ; 
The Midland Grand Hotel, London. Works, Shoe 
Lane, London, 

Patent Apparatus for making infusions or extracts of sub- 
stances by steam pressure applied to household purposes. 

Geraut, Eugene, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Mineral Waters 
and Apparatus, Inventors ; 1 and 2, Corporation 
Buildings, Farringdon Road, London. 

A continuous apparatus for making mineral waters to produce 
from 4,000 to 55,000 bottles daily. An improved bottling and 
corking and self-acting syruping dosing machine combined. 
A similar apparatus for the Syphon. Seltzogenes and Syphons 
for the production of mineral water for private use. 

Hancock, F. & C. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Dudley, Worcestershire. 

Machines for washing butter from all traces of milk and acid ; 
also for cooling and making it firm in hot weather without 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 52. 


touching it with the hand, and for removing the flavour of 
turnips, and turning salt butter into fresh for daily use by the 
action of cold water only. Patent Bread Crumbing and Sugar 
Grinding Mill, for reducing bread crust or crumb and lump 
sugar into powder in two minutes without being touched with 
the hand. Patent Household and Sanitary Cinder Sifter, 
working without dust. Patent Inkstand for preserving copy- 
ing, coloured, and black inks without evaporation. Patent 
Mixing Machine, for hand or steam power, for blending and 
mixing materials of compound powders. 

Ladd, John H., & Co. ; Machinery Merchants and Manufac- 
turers and sole Licensees of the Boomer & Boschert 
Press; 116, Queen Victoria St., London. Works, 
Manchester and Paris. 

The Boomer and Boschert Press, worked by hand or steam 
power, by which a pressure equal to hydraulic can be obtained ; 
specially adapted for wine, cider, or cognac. (See also Class 61.) 

Lawrence & Co. ; Brewers’ Engineers, Coppersmiths, Brass 
and Iron Founders and Inventors; 22, St. Mary Axe, 
City , London. Works, Latimer Iload, Notting Hill, 
London. 

Patent Capillary Refrigerators for cooling brewers’ and distillers’ 
wort, thick mash, milk, and all other fluids, and for condensing 
purposes. Patent Capillary Double Refrigerators on Trunnions 
for cooling brewers’ wort, milk, &c. ivith well companies and 
ice-water. Special Apparatus for heating and cooling wine. 
General Brewery Machinery, including Sparger’s Attorn perators. 
Self-acting Mashing Machines, &c. Collingridge’s Improved 
Low-temperature Still, economizing 60 °/ Q of fuel. Hodson’s 
Patent Hop Filter and Extractor. 

Lloyd, Thomas, & Sons ; Steel Mill Makers ; 327, Old St., 
Shoreditch, London. 

Large Coffee Mill, fitted with brass hopper for cafes and shops. 
Flour Mill and Dressing Machine (domestic), for farmers and 
colonists, and for armies for Grinding Meal for soldiers’ bread. 
Indian Corn Grinding Mill. Bread Making Machine. 

Lowcock & Barr ; Agricultural Engineers and Manufac- 
turers ; Salopian Iron Works, Coleham, Shrewsbury . 
Two-horse “ Eclipse ” Mower and combined Machine. Two- 
horse “ Emperor ” Mower and combined Machine. No. 1. Star 
Chaff Cutter suitable for small occupiers. No. 9, H Star Chaff 
Cutter recommended where a large quantity of chaff is re- 
quired ; fitted with an entirely new Patent Safety Bar or 
Guard. No. 6, J. A. Pulper, Slicer or Finger Piece Cutter, a 
cheap and useful machine. No. la, Slicer and Finger Piece 
Cutter. Improved Oil-cake Mill to break the cake into five 
different sizes. Reaper Knife Vice, fitted with box of tools. 
Improved Compound Lever Cheese Press, 22 inches between 
pillars, very cheap and durable. Improved Horse Hoe for 
turnips, &c., fitted with spike and chain harrows. 

Meadow Foundry Company, Limited ; Iron and Brass and 
Projectile Founders, and Engineers and Inventors ; 
Mansfie l d, Hot tin gh amshire. 

A combined Steam -iacketted Press for steaming, pressing, 
drying or baking, preserving and darkening twist, roll or coil. 


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Cavendish, and other tobacco in one operation. A powerful 
Screw Press, with worm and wheel-power and quick indepen- 
dent motion, for pressing tobacco, cotton, hay, &c., &c. A 
wrought-iron “Nail Rod” Box for pressing, baking, and 
finishing “ Nail Rod ” or tobacco in sticks. A Circular Box 
for preserving, baking, and finishing “Target,” or circular 
tobacco, in cake, and for roll or coil tobacco. A Stalk 
Crushing and Flattening Machine for crushing or opening out 
the stalk or stem of tobacco leaf, preparatory to using the 
stalk in manufactured tobacco ; also for crushing seeds, Indian 
corn, all kinds of roots and other products to any degree of 
fineness, or to a pulp ; and for pressing or flattening leather 
and a variety of other articles. 

Penney & Co., Limited ; Machinists, Ironfounders, Wire- 
workers, &c. ; Lincoln. 

An adjustable Rotary Corn Screen. An adjustable Corn Screen, 
with Stone-separator and Blower. Adjustable Corn Screen, 
with Stone-separator. Adjustable Coffee Sizing Machine. An 
adjustable Rotary Finishing Screen for Thrashing Machines. 
A Potato Digger. A Potato Separator. 

Rose, L., & Co.; Lime Juice Merchants, Manufacturers and 
Inventors ; 11, Curtain Road , Finsbury, London. 

An Improved Stopper for Bottles containing Aerated Liquids, 
and the mode of using the same. (See also Class 74.) 

Scott, Walter ; Mechanical Engineer and Inventor ; 120 
and 121, Newgate St., London. 

Patent Multitubular Vertical Boiler. Patent Knife Cleaning 
and Polishing Machine, and articles of domestic utility. 

Siebe & Gorman; Engineers, Inventors; 17, Mason Street, 
Westminster Bridge Rd., London. 

Improved Ice-making Machine, to produce transparent ice in 
block. (Exhibit also in Class 67.) 

Stafford, Samuel ; Inventor and Manufacturer; 17, Hanging 
Ditch, Manchester. 

Stafford’s Magnetic Nail-detecting Machine, for the purpose 
of taking nails and the small chaff out of roasted coffee before 
grinding. 

Triggs & Benson, Trustees of the Estate of the late 
Tiiomas Carr ; 39, Broad St., Bristol. Works, 
Messrs. G. Adlam § Sons, Bristol. Agent in Paris, 
M. Toufflin, 25, Rue cle Constantinople. 

Carr’s Improved Patent Disintegrator. This machine effec- 
tually pulverizes, by the combined influences of percussion and 
of centrifugal force, iron, zinc, and other ores ; asphalte, artificial 
manures, phosphates, &c. ; coal for the manufacture of patent 
fuel, coke, and other substances, and is very effective for 
mixing sugar. 

Tyler (Hayward) & Co. ; 84 and 85, Upper Whitecross 
St., London. , 

Improved apparatus for the manufacture of mineral waters of 
all kinds for large and small factories, with bottling apparatus 


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for corks, syphon bottles, and patent stoppers. Barrett and 
Elers’ Patent Bottling Apparatus, and Self-closing Stoppers for 
mineral water bottles. ( See also Class 54.) 

Walworth, James, & Co. ; Albert Works, Bradford, York- 
shire. 

A new Patent Middlings Purifier. One new Patent Wheat, 
Rice, and Seed Separator, with Aspirator combined. One 
Middling Duster and Offal divider. 

The Wenham Lake Ice Company ; Ice Merchants, Inventors 
and Manufacturers of Refrigerators ; 125, Strand, 
London. 

Refrigerators or Portable Ice Houses ventilated for preserving 
ice and all kinds of provisions for a very long period and in a 
fresh state, the air being cooled and dried by passing over the 
ice. Ice Machines, &c. 

Wilder, John ; Agricultural Engineer and Inventor ; Yield 
Hall Foundry, Reading. 

New Chaff-cutter “ The Gem,” No. 0. New Pedestal Chaff- 
cutter, No. 1, with new spring rising mouth. New Pedestal 
Chaff-cutter, No. 2, with new arrangement for cutting two 
lengths without change-wheels. New “ Star ” Chaff-cutter, 
No. 3, with new rising mouth, will cut two lengths without 
change-wheels. New “ Star ” Chaff-cutter, No. 4, with new 
rising mouth and new stop motion for horse-power. New 
“ Safety ” one horse Gear with “ Safety ” intermediate motion, 
new ratchet motion, &c. 

Woods, Cocksedge, & Co. ; Engineers and Agricultural 
Implement Makers and Inventors; Suffolk Iron Works, 
Stowmarket, Suffolk. ( Agent in Paris , Th. Pilfer, 24, 
Rue Alibert .) 

Vertical Engine and Boiler combined, simple in construction 
and economical in coal. The wearing parts are all enclosed in 
one casting, which forms a protection and gives strength in 
working. A Horizontal Engine, has the cylinder steam-jacketed 
and fitted with variable expansion valves. Patent Corn grind- 
ing Mill. Safety horse gear, and intermediate motion. Im- 
proved Crushing and Grinding Mill. Improved Cake Breaker 
Patent Disc Root Cutter, Patent Improved Root Pulper. 
( See also Class 68.) 


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Class 53. — Apparatus used in Chemistry, Pharmacy, and 

Tanning. 

Laboratory utensils and apparatus. 

Apparatus and instruments used in assays for industrial and 
commercial purposes. 

Processes and apparatus used in the manufacture of chemicals, 
soaps, and candles. 

Processes and apparatus used in the manufacture of essences, 
varnishes, and articles made of india-rubber and gutta-percha. 
Processes and apparatus used in gasworks. 

Processes and apparatus used in bleaching. 

Processes used in the preparation of pharmaceutical products. 
Processes used in tanyards, and in leather dressing. 

Processes and apparatus used in glassworks and in china and 
earthenware manufactories. 

Cowan, W. & B. ; W et and Dry Gas Meter Manufac- 
turers ; Church St., Millbank St., London ; Dutton 
St., New Bridge St., Manchester ; Buccleuch St. 
TVorks, Edinburgh. 

Warner and Cowans’ Self-regulating Gas Meter, and three 
cylinders to show construction. 

Doulton & Watts ; Potters ; Lambeth Pottery, London . 
{Paris, 6, Rue de Paradis Poissonniere.) 

Stoneware used in the manufacture of chemicals. (Exhihited 
in Class 66.) 

Gibbons, B., jun. ; Manufacturer of Fire Clay Goods and 
Patent Machine made Retorts ; Dibdale Fire-clay 
Works, Lower Gornal, near Stourbridge. 

A Round Retort hand made, (old process). A D Retort, 
machine made (new patent process). Sections of machine made 
Retorts in the “rough,” and without being finished. Burs, 
Bricks, Tiles, &c. Fire-clay, raw and unprepared, and burned. 
Fine Fire-clay cement. Fire Bricks, Blocks, Models, &c. 
Fire-clay, natural and prepared. 

Hargreaves & Robinson; Patentees and Inventors; Vic- 
toria Road, Widnes, Lancashire. 

Coloured Drawings of Hargreaves and Robinson’s Apparatus 
for the manufacture of sulphate of soda by the direct action 
of sulphurous acid, and without the use of vitriol. 

Johnson, Matthey, & Co. ; Metallurgists; Hatton Garden, 
London. 

Improved Platinum Apparatus, chiefly for the concentration 
of sulphuric acid, and for scientific purposes. 

Mackrill, Edward Thacker, & Co. ; Gas and General Engi- 
neers ; Kingsbury, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

Models of Gas Works. 


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CATALOGUE. — GLASS 53. 


Mactear, Janies, F.C.S. ; Inventor; St. Rollox Chemical 
Works. Glasgow, Scotland. 

Model of Mechanical Furnace for chemical operations, invented 
by exhibitor, and now extensively used in the manufacture of 
alkali, with the result of saving largely in cost of manufacture. 
( See also Class 47.) 

Sugg, William; Inventor, Patentee, and Manufacturer; 
Vincent Works, Vincent St., Westminster , London. 
{Paris, 12, Rue clu Dauphin.) 

Gas Apparatus : Illuminating Power Meter, and Kirkham and 
Suggs’ Improved Jet Photometer ; both showing illuminating 
power of gas. Experimental Meter with central dial, showing 
the consumption of gas per hour. Patent Dry Gas-Holder, 
with flexible joints. Patent Street Lamp Governor; also 
another with glass cover. Patent Double Dry Consumers’ 
Governor ; also another with glass cover to show action of 
diaphragms while in actual use. Various Gas Burners, Argand 
and others. 

The Stm Auto-Pneumatic Lighting & Heating Co. ; Gas 

Machine, Lamp, and Gas Burner Manufacturers (C. E. 
Hearson, Inventor) ; 1 15, Southwark St., London. 

A Machine for making gas from gasoline without coal or heat. 
This machine is specially adapted for lighting the houses of 
country gentlemen, churches, &c., where coal gas is not obtain- 
able. A street lamp which makes gas as it burns, the light 
from which is as cheap as coal gas at 3s. per 1,000 feet. An 
oil lamp, burner, and gas-burner. The particular features in 
these are a series of vertical diaphragms in the central air 
space by which the air currents are regulated. 

Tice, William; Gas Engineer, Patentee, and Manufacturer; 
74, Park Road, Southport, Lancashire. Works, 
Victoria Iron Works, Ashton-under- Lyne. 

Tice’s improved Dry Gas Regulator for economizing and 
equalizing the pressure of gas. Tice’s Radiating Street Lamp 
Regulator to supply any given number of cubic feet per hour. 
Tice’s improved weight hooks and saddles for spinning 
machinery, to obviate the necessity of oiling. Tice’s plan of 
warming Railway carriages with pure air. Under-cut Tiles. 
Improved Rollers, Pickers, &c. 

Toleman, James; Leather Graining Roller Cutter; 80, 
Bermondsey St., Bermondsey , London. 

36 Graining Rollers, in various sizes, in steel and gun-metal, 
showing the various grains used in the manufacture of leather 
work. 

Tyler, John Henry ; Tanners and Leather Dressers’ 
Engineer, Inventor ; Abbey Iron Works, 36 and 38, 
Abbey St., Bermondsey , London. 

Mills for grinding Myrabolams, Valonia, Mimosa, and Oak 
Barks, Cork, Charcoal, &c. A 6-horse-power Engine to drive 
the above, also suitable for other purposes. A Tanner’s Roller 
Box, with gun-metal roller for rolling or compressing tanned 
hides, offal, &c. A Tanner’s Cast-Iron Fleshing Beam. 
Sundry small tools used in a Tannery. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 53. 


201 


Wenger, Albert; Manufacturer of Implements and Materials 
for Potter’s use ; Parker Street Works , Hanley , 
Staffordshire. 

A Colour-grinding Machine. A Potter’s Turning Lathe. A 
Potter’s Printer’s Colour-mixer. ( See also Class 47.) 

Wright, John, & Co. ; Gas Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers; Essex Works, Broad St., Birmingham; 
and 155a, Upper Thames Street, London. Paris, 72, 
Rue Dunkerque. 

“ Eclipse ” Gas-making Apparatus for private houses, railway 
stations, &c. ( See also Class 27.) 

William Wright ; Gas Engineer and Inventor ; London 
Road, Highfields, Sheffield. 

A Patent Atmospheric Gas-making Apparatus. An Atmo- 
spheric Gas Stove. A Common Coal Gas Stove. A Hot Plate. 
A Melting Pan. A Paint Burner. A Tinman’s Stove. A 
Water Heater for Baths, Greenhouses, &c. An Air Stove. A 
Soldering Apparatus. 


Class 54. — Machines and Apparatus in general. 

Separate pieces of machinery : bearings, rollers, slide-bars 
eccentrics, toothed wheels, connecting rods, cranks, parallel joints 
belts, funicular apparatus, &c. Gearing, spring and catch work 
&c. Regulators and governors. 

Lubricators. 

Machines for counting and registering. Dynamometers, steam 
gauges, weighing machines. Gauges for liquids and gas. 

Machines used for moving heavy weights. 

Hydraulic machines for raising water, &c. ; norias (chain pumps), 
scoop wheels, hydraulic rams, &c. 

Hydraulic engines, rvater-wheels, turbines, hydraulic lifts. 

Accumulators and hydraulic presses. 

Steam engines. Boilers, steam generators, and apparatus 
appertaining thereto. 

Apparatus for condensing steam. 

Machines set in motion by the evaporation of ether, chloroform, 
ammonia, or by a combination of gases. 

Machines set in motion by gas, hot air, and compressed air. 

Electro-magnetic machines. Windmills and panemones. Air- 
balloons. 

Adair & Co. ; Engineers and Patent Pump Manufacturers ; 

Neptune St., Liverpool. 

One pair Patent Double-action Main Pumps, complete. One 
pair Patent Double-action Main and Bilge Pumps, combined, to 
pump from main well or bilges. Improved Patent Double- 
action Fire Engines, with hose complete. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 54. 


Alley & Maclellan ; Hydraulic Engineers, Valve Manufac- 
turers, and Brass and Iron Founders, and Inventors ; 
Sentinel Works , London Road, Glasgow. 

Patent Sluice Valve for waterworks, having four gun-metal 
faces and screw. The patent “ Clear Way ” Ball Hydrant, 
having internal cup-shield to prevent the ball being forced into 
the inlet from the main. Patent Air Valve, with cup-shield to 
prevent the rush of air lifting the ball and preventing further 
outlet from the main. Patent Water Meter for household and 
general use : a pressure Transmitting Meter having a continual 
Sow. Alley’s Patent Bearing Feeler, an instrument for giving 
warning, by sound or otherwise, when the bearings of machinery 
heat. 

Appleby, Brothers ; Mechanical and Civil Engineers ; 
Emerson St., Southwark, London. Works, London , 
Leicester, and Derby. 

A 5-ton Locomotive Steam Crane to lift, turn round, alter 
radius of jib, and to travel by steam power, controlled by one 
man ; wrought-iron carriage with springs and all appliances 
for running with goods waggons for railway purposes. A 5-ton 
Portable Steam Crane, with horizontal engines to lift and 
turn round by steam for general purposes. A 10-ton Overhead 
Travelling Crane to work by hand or power, controlled by one 
man. A Direct-acting Steam Lift, with safety apparatus and 
reversing gear, both self-acting. A Wrought-iron Warehouse 
Crane, with direct-acting steam engines and reversing gear. 
A Steam Pile Driving Engine, with road wheels and shafts, 
the barrel worked by friction clutch. A Horizontal Winding 
and Pumping Engine, self-contained on wrought-iron girders. 
A Vertical Winding and Pumping Engine on wrought-iron 
frame. Donkey Steam Pumps for feeding boilers. Vertical 
Steam Pumps. 25-ton hand power “Woolwich pattern” 
Winch. 

Aveling & Porter ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manufac- 
turers ; Rochester, Kent; 72, Cannon St., London ; 
9, Avenue Montaigne, Paris. 

10-ton Steam Road Roller; it can be turned round in little 
more than its own length; is adapted for driving a stone- 
breaker or other fixed machinery. Improved Road Locomo- 
tive, fitted with spur gearing for two speeds ; has Aveling’s 
patent wrought-iron side plate brackets. Waggon for road 
locomotive; carries 6 tons; is fitted with wrought-iron wheels 
and friction brake, movable sides, &c. (See also Class 51.) 

Beaumont, Lt.-Colonel, Royal Engineers, & Bolton, Lt.- 
Colonel ; Inventors ; 4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, 
London. 

An 8-horse-power Compressed Air Locomotive, capable of 
drawing a loaded tramcar 10 miles on a road of average curves 
and gradients, without necessitating being recharged. 

Bell, J. M., & Co.; Manufacturing Machinists; 491, Oxford 
St., London. 

India Rubber Wringing Machines. Improved Mangles. 
Patent Home Washer. Patent Home Washer for laundries. 
Constant Revolving Ventilators for rooms, offices, &c. 


CATALOGUE. — GLASS 54. 


203 


Bernays, Joseph ; Engineer, Inventor, and Manufacturer ; 
96, Newgate St., London. 

One patent 4-inch Twin Cylinder Yacht Engine, with reversing 
gear, cylinders upright and double acting, connected to one 
crank, shaft between cylinders, very compact, no “ dead 
centre.” One patent 6-inch Twin Cylinder Steam Engine on 
same principle. A Patent Improved Centrifugal Pump. A 
Patent Mechanical Stoker for Steam Boilers, invented by Mr. 
H. C. Carver, The Railway Works, Llanidloes. 

Bourne, John, & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manufac- 
turers ; 66, Mark Lane, London. Works, Glasgow. 

Small horizontal engines working at a high speed and develop- 
ing a large amount of actual power. The high speed is 
rendered possible by the momentum of the reciprocating parts 
being balanced by counterweights, and by the wearing surfaces 
being all of extra size to prevent wear. 

Bowing’s Patent Filter Press Company, Limited ; Manu- 
facturers and Inventors of Filter Presses ; 184, Gres- 
ham House, Old Broad St., London ; Works, Barth's 
Wharf, Woolwich Dockyard. 

Five Bowing’s Patent Filter Presses for Brewers, Distillers, 
Potters, Sewage Works, Chemical Works, Sugar Refiners. 
Cement Manufacturers, &c., sh owing the following advantages 
over all other filter presses : — 1. No continuous cloth required, 
— 2. Consists of one chamber only. 3. By it any volume of 
matter can be treated as a whole. 

Bradford, Thomas, & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; 140 to 143, High Holborn, London ; Cres- 
cent Iron Works, Manchester. 

Patent “Vowel” Washing and Wringing Machine, steam 
power, for public Steam Laundries, Hospitals, and Asylums. 
Patent “ Vowel” Washing, Wringing, and Mangling Machine, 
hand power, for domestic use. Patent “ Shuttle ” Washing 
and Boiling Apparatus, steam power, for new linen, shirts, 
collars, &c ; also for washing rags for paper makers, and 
cleaning cloths and cotton waste for railway companies. 
Patent “ Shuttle ” Washing Apparatus for domestic use. 
Patent Calendering Machine with metal rollers, heated by gas 
and steam, for finishing linen fabrics. (See also Class 52.) 

The Broughton Copper Company, Limited ; Broughton 

Copper Works, Manchester. 

Calico Printing Rollers, in copper and brass, for garments and 
handkerchiefs. Copper and Brass Tubes, seamless and brazed 
for locomotive and marine boilers, surface condensers, steam, 
water, gas, and other purposes. Copper Stay Bolts, solid and 
bollow, for locomotive fire boxes. Copper Singeing Plates for 
dressing calico. 

Brown, Benjamin & John, & Co. ; Gas Engineers, &c. ; 39, 
Charlotte St., Blackfriars, London. 

Machine Oil Feeders ; Gas Meters ; Gas Lamps. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 54. 


Clayton & Shuttleworth ; Manufacturing Engineers and 

Inventors ; Lincoln , and 78, Lombard St., London. 
Portable, Horizontal, and Traction Engines. (Exhibited in 
Class 51.) 

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Cohne, Sigisnnuid; Engineer, Inventor, and Manufacturer; 
13, Sise Lane, London. 

Bearings for all kinds of machinery, and not requiring lubri- 
cating. 

Dewrance, Jolrn, & Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; 176, Great Dover St., Southwark, London. 
“Asbestos Packed” Cocks, Water Gauges, and Valves (Dew- 
ranee’s and Mallinson’s patents). Anti-friction White Metals 
for machinery and railway bearings, &c. (Dewrance’s and 
Babbitt’s patents). Special Test Gauge and Duplex Gauge 
used as standards by the British Government Board of Trade. 
Patent Autographic Frictionless Pressure Recorder. Patent 
“ Asbestos Packed ” Lubricator. Davis’s Patent Locomotive 
Lubricators. 

Dobson, Thomas Samuel, & Co. ; Inventors ; Stoney St., 
Nottingham ; Works, Forest Road, Nottingham. 
Furnace Bars, constructed as to afford an amount of air-way 
greatly in excess of any other existing bar. This advantage 
causes perfect combustion and an immense saving in fuel. In 
consequence of the great draught, almost any inferior quality 
of coal or slack (however small) is readily consumed. The 
bars are adapted for all kinds of boilers, drying and other pans. 
■No alteration in furnaces required. 

Dodman, Alfred ; Engineer, Inventor, and Manufacturer ; 
St. James’ Iron Works, King's Lynn, Norfolk. 

One 5-horse-power Improved Combined Vertical Steam Engine 
and Multitubular Boiler. These engines are noted for com- 
pactness and neat appearance ; and the stop, throttle, safety 
and slide valves are exposed for repairs and adjustment, if 
required at any time, by simply taking off the steam chest- 
cover. 

Edwards, William John ; 20, Market Place, Manchester. 
Main Leather Driving Belts (Sampson & Co.’s Patent), made 
any length, width, or strength without cross joints, to transmit 
up to 500 indicated horse-power. 

Faija, Henry ; Civil Engineer and Inventor ; 4, Great 
Queen St., Westminster, London. 

A Speed and Revolution Indicator, not an ordinary Engine 
Counter. . It can easily be attached to any engine shafting or 
other machinery, and by means of a dial and pointer shows 
continuously the number of revolutions or other movements 
being made per minute by the machine to which it is attached. 
It is constructed on purely mechanical principles, without the 
intervention of- centrifugal or any other intermediate force; 
the indication is therefore absolute and not comparative. 


CATALOGUE. —CLASS 54. 


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Galloway, W. and J., & Sons ; Engineers and Boiler Makers, 
Inventors; Knott Mill Iron Works, Manchester. 

Three “Galloway” Boilers, 1875 patent, each suitable for 
driving 300 indicated horse-power, and intended for an ordinary 
working pressure of 5 atmospheres. The boilers are each 
28 feet long by 7 feet diameter, and contain two internal 
furnaces, each 2 feet 9 inches diameter by 7 feet 6 inches long, 
going into one oval hack flue containing 33 Galloway tubes. 
These boilers supply the whole of the steam required by the 
British Section of the Exhibition, both in the main building 
and in the Agricultural Annexe, including all the steam 
engines, steam hammers, &c. They contain all the latest and 
important improvements which have been introduced into the 
“Galloway” boiler by the makers during the last few years, 
and these improvements consist in giving much more room for 
getting about the flues, and so arranging the tubes that the 
whole of them are made interchangeable and the flanges square 
with the centre tube. A model of this boiler is exhibited in 
the building on a stand adjoining the main driving engines in 
the British Section. One Horizontal Compound Condensing 
Engine suitable for working up to 300 indicated horse-power, 
with a boiler pressure of 5 atmospheres, the high pressure 
cylinder having a bore of 20 inches, and the low pressure of 
34 inches, with a stroke of 3 feet. The arrangement of cylin- 
ders here adopted reduces the steam passages to a minimum, 
and the engine is fitted with valves on the plain flat slide 
principle, so arranged as to be almost frictionless. Exhibitors’ 
patent “ recoil cut off motion ” is attached to this engine, the 
lead being constant under all variations of load and the cut 
off instantaneous, the point at which this takes place being 
automatically regulated by the governor ; the exhaust valves 
are worked by an independent eccentric, and the air pump is 
arranged horizontally for convenience. This engine is driving, 
by means of one strap, the whole of the main line shafts and 
various counter-shafts in the British Section ; and is specially 
adapted for both strap and rope driving, owing to the perfect 
balance of its various working parts and the great regularity 
of turning. The whole of the gearing, both above and below 
the floor, has also been provided and fixed by exhibitors. 


arrett (Kichard) & Sons ; Engineers and Boiler Makers, 
Inventors; Leiston Works, Suffolk. (Agent in Paris, 
Th. Filter, 24, Rue Alibert.) 

Traction Engine for industrial purposes. Portable Engine for 
contractors’ purposes, and independent boiler and detached 
fire-box. (See also Class 51.) 

Green, Edward, & Son ; Engineers, Patentees, and Sole 
Makers; Economiser Works, Wakefield, and 14, St. 
Ann’s Square, Manchester. 

Green’s Improved Patent Fuel Economiser for heating the feed 
water of steam boilers by the waste or residual heat escaping 
to the chimney. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 54. 


Guy, H. Augustus, & Co. ; Engineers and Steel Manu- 
facturers, Inventors; 11, Cloak Lane , Cannon 

St., London. Works, London, Nottingham, and 
Sheffield. 

Specimens in the Ingot, manufactured bar in various sizes and 
sections, and finished representative tools of : — Guy’s Invin- 
cible Tool Steel for boring and rifling steel and other guns 
and cylinders ; also for turning chilled Rolls, steel Railway 
Tyres, and other hard and difficult materials. Guy’s Invin- 
cible Tool Steel for dies and other similar tools requiring steel 
of unusual hardness and toughness. Also Guy’s “ Reliable ” 
and “ Mining” Tool Steel. Guy’s Steam Boiler Preserver and 
Fuel Economiser for dissolving, removing and preventing the 
accumulation of the scale and other concrete formations in 
steam boilers, while it also allays priming in the Boiler. 
Specimens of Guy’s Pure Metallic Tungsten for improving the 
quality of iron and steel. 

G Wynne & Co. ; Hydraulic, Gas, and Civil Engineers, In- 
ventors; Essex Street Works, Victoria Embankment, 
London. 

Combined Centrifugal Pumping Engine with Air-charging 
Pump, complete for raising wrecks, salvage purposes, surface 
condensers, drainage, and irrigation. Combined Gas Exhauster 
and Steam Engine, for extracting gas from retorts, and passing 
through the purifiers, with regulator and gas valves. A small 
size Gas Exhauster, as above. Three ordinary Centrifugal 
Pumps, with all the latest improvements ; the internal disc 
and shaft can be taken out and replaced in a few minutes. 
Two Retort Lids for sealing the mouths of gas retorts in- 
stantaneously. A Small Turbine Water-wheel. 

G Wynne, .John & Henry ; Hydraulic and Mechanical 
Engineers, Inventors, and Manufacturers ; 89, Cannon 
St., and Hammersmith Iron Works, London. 

One 5-inch Vertical Centrifugal Pumping Engine. One 9-inch 
Centrifugal Pump, with horizontal suction and vertical dis- 
charge, with one standard to bed plate. One 7-inch Pump, 
with two standards and fast and loose pulleys. One 9-inch 
pump on swivelling carriage. One 6-inch Pump on carriage, 
and one 12-inch Pump. Case containing model (one-eighth of 
full size) of pair of 54-inch Direct Acting Centrifugal Pumping 
Engines, four of which are now at work at Ferrara, Northern 
Italy. Case of small models. 

Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Co. ; Manufacturers of Crucible 
Cast Steel Castings ; Inventors ; “ Hecla ” Steel Foun- 
dry, Attercliffe, Sheffield. 

Crucible Cast Steel Castings for locomotives, marine, fixed, 
and portable engines, agricultural implements, rolling mills, 
forges, &e. Crucible Cast Steel Wheels for railway carriages 
(patented), tramways (patented), collieries, ironstone mines, 
slate quarries, lead mines, &c. &c. 


CATALOGUE. — -CLASS 54. 


207 


Hathorn, Davis, & Davey ; Engineers ; Sun Foundry , Leeds . 
Patent Compound Differential Pumping Engine, suitable for 
the supply of towns, &c. (H. Davey, Inventor). One patent 
Hydraulic Pumping Engine, for pumping water by means of 
water pressure (H. Davey, Inventor). A patent Differential 
Steam Pump for general pumping purposes (H. Davey, In- 
ventor). A working model of Compound Pumping Engine. 
A working model of Hydraulic Pumping Engine. 

Haynes (Thomas) & Sons ; Wholesale Ironmongers, Manu- 
facturers, and Patentees; 227, 229, and 231, Edgware 
Road , London. 

Patent Hydronettes : — hand-pumps for watering gardens, 
fire extinguishing, &c. Patent Hydrons : platform pumps, 
throwing a continuous stream of water. Patent Regina 
Syringes. Patent Water-b ringers, for easily drawing water 
through long lines of hose. A self-feeding smoke-consuming 
Cooking Stove. 

Hindley, Edmund Samuel; Engineer, Boiler Maker, &c., 
Inventor ; Bourton, Dorset. 

Three-horse-power Vertical Fixed Steam Engines and Boilers 
combined, on water-heater foundation. One-horse power 
Vertical Steam Engine and Boiler combined, on water-heater 
foundation, and mounted on three travelling wheels, and with 
handle. (See also Class 51.) 

Hopkinson, J., & Co. ; Mechanical Engineers, Inventors, and 
Manufacturers ; Britannia Works , Fitzwilliam St., 
Huddersfield. 

Patent Mercurial Safety Valve for Steam Boilers ; prevents 
boiler explosions or accidents from high steam or low water. 
Patent Auxiliary Dead Weight Safety Valve. Patent Auto- 
matic Mercurial Steam Check or Isolating Valve for Steam 
Boilers. Patent direct-acting Swivel Arm Indicator for Steam 
Engines. Mercurial and Bourdon’s Steam and Vacuum 
Gauges, and other specialities in steam boiler and steam 
engine engineering. 

House (Henry) & Co.; Engineers and Inventors; 31, 
Ludgate Hill, London. Works, Wellingborough. 
Improved Low Water Detector for Steam Boilers. Improved 
Steam-joint Cement. 

The Hydraulic Engineering Co. (Limited) ; Mechanical 
Engineers, Inventors ; Chester. (Agent in Paris, 
Henry Chapman , 11, Rue Louis-le- Grand.) 

Pah of Hydraulic Pumping Engines for 790 lbs. pressure per 
square inch. Accumulator for 700 lbs. pressure per square 
inch. Brotherhood’s patent 3-cylinder Hydraulic Capstan 
for railway purposes. Johnson and Ellington’s Patent Hy- 
draulic Double-power Crane. Ellington’s improved Ship 
Capstan, with Brotherhood’s Hydraulic Engine. Ellington’s 
Patent Movable Hydraulic Winch. Vapart’s Patent Dis- 
integrator and Pulverizer. Greindl’s Patent Rotary Pump. 
Brotherhood’s patent 3-cylinder Steam Engine. 


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Lawrence & Porter ; Mechanical Engineers, Inventors, 
and Patentees ; 36, Parliament St., Westminster, 
London. 

Portable Centrifugal Steam Pumping Machinery, constructed 
principally for irrigating purposes in agriculture, but appli- 
cable to many other purposes where liquids are required to be 
raised and permanent pumping machinery is not required. 
The engine and pump are each fitted separately with travelling 
wheels and shafts for removal by horses, and they can be de- 
tached in a few minutes. This machinery can be arranged to 
suit varying lifts and quantities, according to requirement. 
These centrifugal pumps are also constructed with bed plates, 
when the latter are found more convenient. 

Le Grand & Sutcliff; Engineers, Patentees, and Manufac- 
turers ; Magdala Works, 100, Bunhill Roto, London. 

Model of Norton’s Patent “Abyssinian Tube” Welland Driving 
Apparatus. Column Pump, suitable for use with the patent 
tube well. Model of Le Grand and Sutcliff’s Improved 
“Abyssinian Tube” Well Driving Apparatus. Norton’s Im- 
proved Patent Registering Turnstile. 

McKenzie (Thomas) & Sons, Limited; Manufacturers ; 
16, Ho Worn Viaduct , London, 34, Dawson St., Dub- 
lin, and Victoria St., Belfast. 

Leffel’s Patent Double Turbine Water Wheel, 23 inches 
diameter, for driving all sorts of machinery where water 
power is available ; with a 30 ft. fall will give 55 horse-power. 

Marshall, Alfred, & Co. ; Engineers and Boiler Makers ; 
Perseverance Iron Works, Heneage Street, White- 
chapel, .London. 

A Vertical Boiler with Vertical Tubes, Fittings, Mountings, 
and Injector. A Vertical Boiler with cross tubes. Fittings, 
Mountings, and Injector. Each boiler is fitted 'with patent 
alarm for safety in case of deficiency of water, or extra steam 
pressure. (Exhibit also in Class 66.) 

Martineau & Smith ; Manufacturers of Gun Metal and 
Brass Cocks, Taps, Valves, and Fittings ; Holloway 
Head, Birmingham. 

Gun-metal Cocks, Valves, and Fittings for Steam Engines and 
boilers. Brass Cocks, Valves, and Fittings for Water. Brass 
and Silver-plated Beer and Wine Taps. Bells. 

Mather & Platt ; Engineers and Machinists, Inventors of 
Pistons and Pump Buckets ; Salford Iron Works, 
Manchester. 

Patent Ore Stamper for stamping every description of ores, 
also phosphates and coprolites. This machine will stamp one 
ton of tin ore and more than one ton of quartz per hour, and 
requires only five indicated horse power and 20 lbs. of coal to 
drive it, (Exhibit also in Class 57.) 


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Maudslay, Sous, & Field ; Engineers ; Westminster Bridge 
Road, London. 

Model of a Four Cylinder Compound Marine Engine of 5,000 
horses indicated power, as fitted in the Transatlantic Mail 
Steamers of the White Star Company, Liverpool ; and of 
Engines of a similar type fitted in the vessels of the Compagnie 
Generate Transatlantique. 

May & Mountain ; Engineers, Millwrights, and Iron- 
founders ; Suffolk Works, Berkley St., Broad St., 
Birmingham. 

Three Colebrook’s Patent Direct-acting Steam Pumps. One 
Horizontal High-pressure Steam Engine, with cylinders 7" 
diam. and 14" stroke. Hydrants and Stand Pipes for the ex- 
tinction of fires and distribution of water. Steam Cylinder 
Lubricators. Locomotive. 

Merryweather & Sons ; Fire Engine Makers, Hydraulic 
and General Engineers, Inventors and Patentees ; 
63, Long Acre, York St., Lambeth, and Greenwich 
Road, London. ( Agent in Paris, Henry Chapman, 
11, Rue Isolds le Grand.) 

Steam Fire Engines, and Fire Appliances for home, foreign, and 
colonial governments, for cities and corporate uses, for build- 
ings, manufactories, and estates. A London Metropolitan 
Fire Brigade Manual Engine. A London Brigade Curricle 
Fire Engine. A Japan pattern Manual Engine, to be worked 
by coolie power. Hose Reel. Fire Hand-pumps. Hall and 
Corridor Engines. Fire Buckets and Domestic Fire Escapes. 
Fittings for Fire Brigades. Firemen’s Uniforms and Equip- 
ments, Hydraulic Engineering : — India Well Pump. Lift 
and Force Pumps. Compound Stationary Steam Pump. 
Hydrants, Standpipes, Valves, &c. Water-meters. Tram 
Locomotive work: — Tramway Locomotive, the “Merry- 
weather.” London Tram Car. Passenger Fare Recorder. 

Moncrieff, John ; Manufacturer ; North British Glass and 
Ink Works, South St., Perth, Scotland. 

Water Gauge Glasses, for showing the height of water in 
steam boilers : will bear 1,400 lbs. pressure to the square inch, 
and great variation of temperature. ( See also Class 10.) 

Miiller, H. L. ; Merchant and Manufacturer, and Patentee 
of Portable Gas Apparatus ; 22, Mary Ann St., 

Birmingham. 

Muller’s Alpha Patent Portable Gas-making Apparatus to 
make gas from gasoline. No. 1 for 12 lights; No. 3 for 
60 lights; No. 4 for 100 lights. 

Napier, D., & Son ; Vine Street, and 68, York Road, 
Lambeth, I.ondon, S.E. 

Indicating Assay Balance, worked by motive power. Coin- 
weighing and Classifying Machines. Speed Indicators. Speed 
Regulators or Governors. 

Nathan, David; Manufacturer; 2, Queen Street Place, 
London. 

Novel and simple constructions of Platform Weighing 
Machines, suitable for all dimensions (Cozza’s patent). 

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Newbold, Edward ; Inventor ; 22, Low Pavement , Not- 
tingham. 

Patent Furnace Bars for the saving of Fuel. The Bars being 
grooved alternately a current of air circulates around all parts 
of the metal and keeps them cool. The formation of clinkers 
is prevented, and almost complete combustion of the fuel is 
attained. 


Nicholson (William Newzam) & Son; Agricultural En- 
gineers and Inventors ; Trent Iron Works, Ncioark- 
apon-Trent. {Agents in Paris, Decker and Mot, 
168 and 176, Boulevard de la Villettc.) 

Vertical Steam Engines and Boilers, fixed and portable . 
(Exhibited in Class 51.) 

"Morris S E & Co. ; Leather Merchants and Manufacturers; 
56, 57,’ 58, High St., and St. Paul’s Works, Sliad- 
well, London. 

Leather Machine Belting. “ Helvetia ” Leather Machine Belt- 
ing and Laces. Leather Fire Hose and Buckets. Hydraulic 
Ram and Cup Leathers. Sundry leather articles used for 
mechanical puposes. 

Oakey, John, & Sons; Emery and Black Lead Manufac- 
turers ; Wellington Mills, Westminster Bridge Boad, 
London. 

Emerv Stone as imported, Emery in grains and flour, Emery 
Cloth and Paper, Glass Cloth and Paper, Black Lead in packets 
and in blocks, Knife Polish, Knife Boards, Silversmiths Soap, 
Putty Powder, Rouge, and Rotten Stone. 

The Patent Nut and Bolt Co., Limited ; Manufacturers ; 
London Works, near Birmingham ; and at West 
Bromwich, and Newport, Mon. 

All kinds of Railway Fastenings, including Fish and Sole 
Plates, Fish and Fang Bolts, Spikes and every description of 
Bolts, Nuts, Rivets, Coach Screws, &c. Telegraph Materials, 

&c. 

Palmer, Morgan, & Co.; Coal Owners; Cardiff, and 48, 
Coal Exchange, London. Pans, o, Rue de Chateau- 

dun. 

Economical Furnace Bars. ( See also Class 43.) 

Penn John, & Sons; Marine Engine Manufacturers and 
Inventors; Greenwich, near London. 

Model of Oscillating Engines, of 500 horse-power nominal, 
fitted in HM.S. “Sphinx” in the year 1846. Model ot J. 
Penn and Sons’ Patent Trunk Engines, of 1,350 horse-power 
fitte( i i n H.M.S. “Minotaur” and “Northumber- 
land ” in the years 1865 and 1867- Model of J -.Benn and Sons 
Patent 3-cvlinder Compound Expansive Engines, of t 

4 000 horse-power indicated, fitted in the royal Italian corvette 
66 Cristoforo Colombo ’ in the year 187o. 


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Pickering', Jonathan; Engineer and Ironfounder, Inventor; 
Globe Works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

Patent Differential Pulley Blocks which sustain the load. 
Patent Hoists for quick lifting. 

Plambeck & Co.; 171, Queen Victoria St., London, and 
101, Deansgate, Manchester. 

West’s Patent 6 Cylinder Steam Engine shown in motion. 

Powis, Charles, & Co. ; Cyclops Works, Millwall Pier, and 
60, Gracechurch St., E.C., London. 

One Steam Crane, mounted on four travelling wheels (railway 
or roadway), self-propelling or otherwise, to lift from 2 to 6 
tons. (See also Class 59.) 

Priestman, Brothers ; Inventors and Manufacturers ; Hol- 
demess Foundry, Hull. 

One Working Model of Patent Crane with self-acting bucket 
for lifting seed, sand, shingle, small coal, &c. ; also for 
dredging ; can be filled and discharged by the crane-man. By 
adopting the patent block and brake arrangement the bucket 
can be applied to any ordinary crane now in use. 

The Pulsometer Engineering Co., Limited ; Hydraulic and 
General Engineers, Patentees ; 61 and 63, Queen 
Victoria Street, London. Works, Wellington Road, 
Battersea, London. 

A selection of Pulsometer Steam Pumps. These pumps work 
without pistons, glands, plungers, rods, slide valves, or 
leathers, but have one ball or other similar valve to regulate 
the alternate admission of steam into the two principal 
chambers and the ordinary suction and delivery valves. A 
special feature of these pumps is their ability to pump thick 
and dirty water. Every part is renewable and made to gauge. 
A selection of Hydrotrophes — boiler feeders constructed on 
the principle of the Pulsometer. Water Meters, made en- 
tirely of gun-metal, registering with great exactitude the water 
that passes through under a variety of pressures, the most 
accurate inferential meters that have hitherto been constructed. 

Bttssell, John, & Co., Limited; Tube Manufacturers; 
Alma Tube Works, Walsall, Staffordshire. 
Wrought-iron Locomotive Tubes; also Gas and Steam Tubes, 
Bends, Tees, Elbows, and Flanges. Brass Gas Cocks and 
Swivels. Gun-metal Cocks, Valves, and Fittings for high- 
pressure steam. Screwing Tools. 

Scanlan, jun., & Co. ; Engineers and Manufacturers ; Wal- 
sall, Staffordshire. 

Mechanical Engineering Appliances. Steam Cocks, Water 
Cocks, Pumps, Beer Engines. (Exhibit also in Class 27). 

Shand, Mason, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Steam and Manual 
Fire Engines and Fire Appliances ; 75, Upper Ground 
St., Blackfriars Road, London. 

Patent Steam Fire Engine, invented and constructed by Shand, 
Mason, & Co. for the Metropolitan (London) Fire Brigade, of 


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which 1/ are at present in daily use in London. Patent Equi- 
librium Steam Fire Engine, of which about 40 are now in use 
in England, and large numbers on the continent of Europe 
and in various parts of the world. Patent Steam Fire Engine, 
fitted with self-propelling apparatus; also capable of being 
drawn by horses. Steam Fire Engine, as constructed by Shand, 
Mason, & Co. for Volunteer Fire Brigades, being the lightest 
yet made, weighing about 2,300 pounds avoirdupois English. 
Hydrants, Hose Reels, and sundry articles connected with fire 
extinguishing. 

Shanks, Alexander, & Son ; Engineers, Manufacturers, and 
Inventors ; Dens Iron Works, Arbroath , and 27, 
Leadenhall Street, London. 

One 16 horse-power horizontal high pressure Steam Engine, 
with patent automatic expansion gear shown in motion. One 
6 horse-power vertical Steam Engine without automatic ex- 
pansion gear. 

Simon, Louis, & Son ; Manufacturing Engineers and 
Patentees ; Wilford Road Works, Nottingham. 

Gas Engines. Lithographic Rotary Stone Grinder. 

Smith, Michael Holroyd ; Engineer and Inventor ; Royal 

Insurance Buildings, Crossing Street, Halifax, 
Yorkshire. Works, The Helix Furnace Co., Lan- 
caster. 

A Mechanical Stoker. This machine supplies the fuel from 
below to the bottom of the fire as the fresh coal approaches the 
surface, the heat above draws out and burns the gases, entirely 
avoiding smoke and greatly economizing fuel. Fire-bars de- 
signed for the more perfect combustion of coal in ordinary 
furnaces consisting of a series of hexagon columns supported 
on a web, and are so arranged as to form a honeycomb of air 
space equal to the metal surface. 

Southall, Charles Henry ; Machinist, Manufacturer, and 
Inventor ; Dewsbury Road, Leeds. 

Automatic Machinery for brushing and polishing Boots and 
Shoes, to work either by hand or power. These machines can 
be made to clean from one to six boots or shoes at one and the 
same time. 

Stannah, Joseph ; Engineer and Crane and Lift Manufac- 
turer, Inventor ; 20, Southwark Bridge Road, London. 
Stannah’s Patent Pendulum Donkey Pumps. This simple and 
compact form of pump is obtained by means of the Pendulum 
by which all guide rods, eccentrics, straps, valve rods, and 
stuffing boxes are dispensed with. The Pump thus contains 
only two thirds the number of parts compared to those working 
with a connecting rod ; the amount of friction is lessened in 
proportion, and the steam required for working reduced to a 
minimum. Stannah’s Patent Safety Apparatus. This useful 
appliance is for holding the cradle of a lift or hoist in the event 
of the rope or chain breaking. The apparatus consists simply 
of two or more eccentrics attached to the cradle in such a 
manner that as soon as the rope or chain breaks they are re- 


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leased, and made to clip the guide or guides. It will work 
equally well with iron or wood guides, and its action at any 
time does not injure the lift or damage the guides. 

Tangye, Bros. ; Engineers and Inventors ; Cornwall Works, 
Soho, near Birmingham. 

Patent Horizontal High-pressure Engine. Patent Horizontal 
High-pressure Engine, with vertical tubular boiler. Four patent 
Horizontal “Soho” Engines of different sizes. “Special” 
Direct-acting 6-inch Steam Pump. “Special” Direct-acting 
Compound Condensing Steam Pumping Engine, with 13-inch 
double ram. “Special” Direct-acting Steam Fire Engine, 
7-inch pump. Improved Vertical 10-inch Air Pump Condenser. 
A set of Galvanized Tackle Blocks as used in Her Majesty’s 
Navy. London Pattern Rope Blocks, 1, 2, and 3 sheaves, and 
Snatch Blocks of different sizes. Two patent Wrought-ircn 
Hydraulic Ship Jacks to lift 35 and lOOtons. Patent Hydraulic 
Lifting Jack to lift from 4 to 40 tons. Patent Hydraulic 
Locomotive Traversing Jack. An Hydraulic Carriage Lifter. 
Bottle and Tripod Screw Jacks. Single and double purchase 
Windlass Screw Jacks. Bottle and Tripod Traversing Screw 
Jacks. Sets of Weston’s Patent Differential Pulley Blocks for 
various weights. Hoisting Crabs with Brakes. A 3| Centre 
Single Speed Lathe, &c. A 6-inch Centre Double Geared 
Slide and Screw-cutting Lathe. An 8-inch Centre Double 
Geared Slide and Screw-cutting Lathe with gap. 

Taylor & Co. ; General Manufacturers and Inventors ; 129, 
Seven Sisters Road, Holloway, Condon. 

Patent Cast Iron Pipe or Column Cutter for cutting a con- 
tinuous length or line of pipe in a trench or building without 
removal. 

Terrell, William, & Sons ; Manufacturers of Rope and Patent 
Packing, Inventors ; Welsh Back and Canons Marsh, 
Bristol. 

Packing for Locomotive Engines made in a round form com- 
posed of fibre, bark, &c. Packing for Marine and Stationary 
Engines and Hydraulic Rams, &c., plaited both round and 
square with and without india-rubber, centre composed of bark 
or other fibre, twisted braid and flax, or other fibre interwoven 
with wire. 

Tullis, John, & Son; Leather Manufacturers ; St. Ami’s 
Leather Works, John St., Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

Leather Main Driving Belts, Leather Belting for driving 
Machinery, lace sewn, hemp sewn, wire sewn, and cemented 
only. Leather Belts for belting. Leather Sewing Machine 
Bands. Leather Fire Hose Pipes. Leather Fire Buckets. 
Leather Sewing Laces. Leather Picking Arms for looms. 
Leather Pickers for looms. Buffalo Pickers for Looms. All 
kinds of Mechanical Leathers. 

Turner, Fredk. Win. ; Engineer, Inventor and Manu- 
facturer ; St. Alban’s Iron Works, St. Albans, Herts. 
Quick Reversing Engine for driving the screw propeller, or 
hoisting machinery, in which the ordinary link motion and 


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eccentrics are dispensed with, the engine being reversed by 
means of a valve in the piston diverting the course of the 
steam. Large Engines are compound in one cylinder, viz., the 
steam can be worked twice over in each stroke or revolution. 
Non-reversing Engines for driving ordinary machinery and 
fitted with governors are constructed on the same principle. 
Improvements in Portable Pumps for agricultural and horti- 
cultural purposes. Improved quick speed Hydraulic Motors 
or Water-pressure Engines for driving any description of 
machinery by town water pressure or other source of supply. 
Improvements in Pumps for domestic purposes rendering them 
non-freezing, with a bucket possessing great durability and 
mode of fixing the handle in any desired position. 

Twibill, Joseph; Engineer and Millwright, Inventor; 
Economiser Ironworks, Broadheath, Manchester. 

Patent Fuel Economisers and Steam Boiler Filters, combined, to 
suit all kinds of boilers : the first supplies boiling water, the 
second filters the water as it passes through the heating pipes 
in the boiler dues and provides clean hot water for feeding 
steam boilers, and prevents incrustation. 

Tyler (Hayward) & Co.; Hydraulic and General Engineers, 
Manufacturers, and Inventors; 84 and 85, Upper White- 
cross St., London, and Luton, Bedfordshire. 

Model of Cope and Maxwells’ Patent Direct-acting Primping 
Engine ; a new self-governing arrangement of the valve gear of 
direct-acting steam engines, which perfectly regulates the speed 
of the engine, securing absolute safety against accident from the 
running away of the engine in case of bursting of pipes, &c., 
cutting off the steam to secure expansion and utmost economy, 
and allowing the pump valves to close gently at every stroke. 
Cope and Maxwells’ Patent “ Universal ” Direct-acting Steam 
Pumps, with outside steam valve applicable for all pumping 
purposes up to a height of 300 metres. For pumping to a 
height of 80 metres they are fitted with Exhibitors’ improved 
india-rubber ball valves. Cope and Maxwells’ Patent “ Uni- 
versal ” Direct-acting Steam Pumps, with outside steam valve, 
suited especially for boiler feeding and for deep mines. Rider’s 
Patent Automatic Expansion Steam Engine, with cut-off gear, 
controlled by the Governor, securing extreme economy of steam, 
and regularity of action, under varying loads. Hayward 
Tyler, and Co.’s Donkey Pumps for feeding steam boilers. 
Also their patent apparatus for preventing waste of water, and 
water works fittings. Constant’s patent packing. Rider’s 
patent compression Hot Air Engine for pumping and driving 
machinery, securing perfect safety from explosions, ease of 
mnnagement by inexperienced persons, and economy of fuel 
(at work in separate pavilion near boiler house). (See also 
Class 52.) 

Whitley, John Robinson; Albert Park, Didsbury, Man- 
chester. 

Singleton’s Self-stopping Beaming Frame. Bullough and 
Whitehead’s Sizing and Cool Air Drying Machine. Patent 
expanding Comb, Reed and Wraith. Allen’s Steam Engine 
Governor. Peet’s Stop Valves for steam and water pipes and 
mains. Rodgers’ Patent Wrought-iron Split Drum or Pulley. 


CATALOGUE.— —CLASS 55. 


215 


Whitworth, Sir Joseph, & Co., Limited; Engineers, Manu- 
facturers, and Inventors ; 44, Chorlton St., Manchester. 
Cylinder Linings made from a hoop of fluid-pressed steel and 
enlarged to size by being forged. Ingot of fluid-pressed steel, 
in section. Ingot of steel not pressed, in section. Hydraulic 
Cylinder made of fluid-pressed steel to stand a working 
pressure of four tons to the square inch. (Exhibited in Class 
68 .) 

Wigzell, Halsey, & Co. ; Engineers and Steel Launch Builders; 
82, Mark Lane , London. Works, Torpedo Wharf, 
W ’ andsworth , London. 

The “ Wigzell and Halsey ” patent two and three Cylinder 
Engines. Marine and Stationary Boilers. Wigzell and 
Pollit’s Patent Piston Coils. ( See also Class 67.) 

Woistencroft, Thomas, & Co. ; Manufacturers; 4 Q, Ludgate 
Hill, London. Works, Hatton Garden, London. 

The “ Empire ” Washing and Wringing Machine, together with 
an improved movable bracket whereon to dry clothes ; the com- 
bination of rollers working together imitates the knuckles in 
hand-washing. The “Empire” wringer has india-rubber 
rollers turned by a crank handle, but the combination of 
geared wheels is so arranged that whatever thickness of things 
be passed through the rollers the wheels are not thrown out of 
gear. 


Class 55. — Machine Tools. 

Engines and tools for preparing wood for the workshop. 
Machines for making casks. 

Machines for cutting cork. Lathes, boring and planing 
machines. Slotting, drilling, and shaping machines. Screw 
cutting engines and rivetting machines. Various kinds of tools 
used in machine workshops. 

Tools, engines, and apparatus for pressing, crushing, working 
up, sawing, polishing, &c. Special tools and engines used in 
various trades. 

Hill, Charles E., & Co. ; Merchants and Manufacturers ; 
119, St. Vincent St., Glasgow. 

A Cork and Bung Cutting Machine. 

Jackson & Brother; Engineers and Millwrights; Wharf 
Foundry, Bolton, Lancashire. 

One 9-foot Wheel Moulding Machine. One 4-foot Table 
Wheel Moulding Machine. One Wheel Cutting Machine. 
The above machines all fitted with J. C. Scott’s Patent 
Dividing Apparatus, which will accurately divide a circle into 
any given number of parts without the use of change wheels or 
pentagraph plates. 

Sharp, Stewart, & Co., Limited ; Engineers ; Atlas Works, 
Manchester. {Agent in Paris, Henry Chapman, 11, 
Rue Louis le Grand.) 

Machine Tools for the manufacture of engine-work and 
machinery and repairs of Locomotives. (See also Class 64.) 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 55. 


Smith & Coventry ; Machine Tool Makers and Inventors ; 
Gresley Iron Works , Ordsal Lane , Salford, Man- 
chester. 

Patent Chasing Lathe for chasing between centres. Patent 
Sparspindle, Capstanrest, Chasing Lathe. Patent Grindstone 
for grinding cutting tools. Patent Screwing and Tapping 
Machine. Patent Planing Machine. Patent Radial Arm 
Drilling Machine. Two Thorne’s Patent Portable Drilling 
Machines. Two improved Universal American Milling Ma- 
chines. Improved Turret Lathe for Screw making. Cooper’s 
Patent American Brass-finisher Lathe. Patent Toolholders. 
Twist Drills, Rhymers, &c. 

Thomson, Sterne, & Co., Limited ; The Crown Iron Works, 
156, North Woodsule Road, Glasgoiv, and 9, Victoria 
Chambers, Westminster, London. ( Agent in Paris, 
Henry Chapman, 11, Rue Louis le Grand.') 

Emery Wheels ; Patent Emery Rings ; Machines for the appli- 
cation of Emery Wheels to Mechanical Industries : as machines 
for sharpening workshop tools, long knives, American twist 
drills, and screw taps ; machines for universal grinding, for 
grinding pulleys, for cleaning the teeth of spur wheels. Spiral 
Springs. Junction Rubber Springs. Rubber Centre Spiral 
Springs. Wool-cushioned Spiral Springs. Patent Hydro- 
carbon Engines. Esmond’s Patent Power Presses. 

Tweddell, Ralph Hart ; Civil Engineer and Inventor ; 
14, Delcihay St., Westminster, London. ( Agent in 
Paris, Henry Chapman, 11, Rue Louis le Grand.) 

A differential Accumulator with means of varying pressure 
given by it from 1,500 lbs. to 400 lbs. per square inch. A set 
of Hydraulic Pumps with automatic gear for starting and 
stopping them by the accumulator. A complete system of 
Hydraulic Pressure and Return Pipes, illustrating the system 
of hydraulic transmission of power to drive machine tools 
patented by the Exhibitor, shown at work on the following 
machines, viz. : A stationary hydraulic rivetter for rivetting 
marine, locomotive, and other boilers ; portable hydraulic 
rivetters with their cranes and connexions as used for bridges 
when being rivetted up “ in situ,” girders, &c. A Punching, 
Shearing, and Angle and Bar Cutting Machine, which can be 
used as “ one ” or “ three ” self-contained machines. Machine 
for bending and straightening Angle and Tee Irons, &c. 
Photographs and Models of actual applications of this system. 

Whitworth, Sir Joseph, & Co., Limited; Engineers and 
Inventors ; 44, Chorlton St., Manchester. 

Machine Tools, &c. 5-inch Self-acting Foot Lathe. Screwing 
Apparatus. Internal and External Standard and Screw 
Gauges. 12-inch Measuring Machine. Standard Measures 
of Length. Photographs of Workshops, large and small. 40 
Photographs of Tools, &c. Surface Plates, 2' 10", 2' 6". 
Metal Testing Machine. (Exhibited in Class 6S.) 


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Class 56. — Apparatus and Processes used in Spinning 
and Rope-making. 

Hand-spinning apparatus. Separate parts of spinning appa- 
ratus. Machines and apparatus used in the dressing and spinning 
of textile materials. Apparatus and processes for the subsidiary 
operations appertaining thereto: for drawing, winding, twisting, 
throwing, dressing. Apparatus for separating the qualities and 
numbering the thread. 

Materials used in rope manufacture. Round, flat, tapering 
cables, cord and twine, wire ropes, cables with wire core, rope- 
matches, quick-matches, &c. 

Bateman, Daniel, & Sons ; Card Makers, Inventors, and 
Patentees ; Low Moor , near Bradford, Yorkshire. 
Tempered Steel Wire Cards; also Round, Angular, and Tinned 
Wire Cards of all descriptions. 

Combe, Barbour, & Combe ; Machine Makers and Inven- 
tors; Falls Foundry, Belfast, Ireland. 

Machinery for preparing and spinning Manilla or Russian 
Hemp into yarns for ropes : viz., one patent Duplex Spreader 
or Drawing Frame, with screw gills and intersecting sheets 
combined; one patent Horizontal Spindled Spinning Frame. 
Special Machines for flax Mill purposes : viz., one patent 
Press, for bunching yarns ; a patent Fluting Machine ; a 
special Lathe ; a patent machine for winding pirns, and a case 
containing samples of work : viz., Spindles, Fliers, Hackles, 
Gills, Card-Clothing, &c. 

Cotton, Stephen ; Machine Maker, Inventor ; Brookfield 
Foundry, Belfast. 

Fine Hackling Machine, for hackling best qualities of Flax or 
Hemp. This process straightens or opens out the long fibres, 
and removes all the tow or short fibres. Coarse Hackling 
Machine for hackling Russian and other coarse flax, with the 
same object as the above. 

Crossley, John, & Sons, Limited; Carpet Manufacturers. 
Manufacturers and Owners of the Patent ; Dean 
Clough Mills, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

A Noble’s Comb, with Beecroft and Wrights’ Patent attached, 
which dispenses with and thereby saves the expense of Dabbing 
Brushes ; a series of segments working upon an incline press 
the wool into the circular comb at the time and place required. 

Dobson & Barlow ; Cotton and Wool Machine Makers, 
Inventors : Kay Street Works, Bolton, Lancashire. 

A 40-inch double acting patent knife roller Cotton Gin. One 
patent Whipper Beater for 40-inch scutcher. A 50-inch 
revolving Flat Card. One 45-inch Composite Card. A Card 
Grinding Machine. A Roving Frame. A Drawing Frame. 
One Sliver Lap Machine. One Ribbon Lap Machine. One 
Patent Combing machine. A Stubbing Frame. One self- 
acting Mule for coarse counts. One self-acting Mule for tine 
counts. One Ring and Traveller Spinning Frame. Case of 
samples of Spindles, Rollers, Flyers, &c. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 56. 


Fairbairn, Kennedy, & Haylor ; Engineers and Machine 
Makers ; Wellington Foundry , Leeds. 

A system of Machinery for the preparing and spinning of 
flax, consisting of a pair of intersecting Hackling Machines 
of an improved and patent construction having an apparatus 
applied whereby both ends of the flax are hackled without 
manual labour. A Spreader for long line. A second Drawing 
Frame. A third Drawing Frame. A fourth Drawing Frame. 
A Roving Frame. A hot-water Spinning Frame. A Tow- 
combing Machine. 

Scodall, A., & Sons ; Card Clothing and Leather Belting 
Manufacturers, Inventors ; Clifton Bridge Mill, 
Brighouse, Yorkshire. 

Wood and Leather Card Coverings, for carding flax, tow, 
hemp, .jute, silk, and oakum. Double and Single Leather 
Strap Belting. Silk Combs for use on silk Dressing Frames. 
Endless Leather Sheets, &c. 

Hallam, Brothers ; Manufacturers of Hackle, Gill, and all 
kinds of Flat Pins, Cast Steel Wire, &c. ; Ecclesfield, 
near Sheffield. ( Agent in Paris, .) 

Hand and machine hackles, gills and card clothing for dress- 
ing flax, wool, cotton, silk, tow, and jute. 

Howard & Bullough ; Makers of Machinery for Cotton 
Spinning and Manufacturing, Inventors ; Globe Works, 
Accrington, near Manchester. 

Carding Engine of the most approved construction, with patent 
electric stop-motion for preventing waste. Drawing Frame 
and Intermediate Frame of the most approved construction, 
with patent electric stop-motion for preventing “ single.” 
Rabbeth Ring Throstle, superior to any other kind of 
ring-spinning frame known, and produces from 15 to 25 per 
cent, more than the fly throstle with a saving of from 25 to 40 
per cent, in power. Self-Stopping Beaming Machine (Single- 
ton’s principle). 

Ingham, John, & Sons ; Shuttle and Tackling Manufac- 
turers ; Thornton, near Bradford. 

Shuttles for weaving of worsted, cotton, silk, alpacas, mohair, 
ribbons, flax, linen, carpet, woollens, worsted coatings, fustians, 
lastings, damasks, moreens, &c. ; Shuttle Pikes for spools, 
pirns, and cops; Tackling, such as stocks and bowls, heald 
shafts, &c., for weaving. 

Irvin & Sellers ; Preston, Lancashire, and Bootle, Liver- 
pool. 

Bobbins and Shuttles, and other articles, used in spinning and 
weaving cotton, flax, silk, and all fibres. Logs of Boxwood 
and other hard woods for the manufacture of furniture, &c. 

Lawson, Samuel, & Sons ; Machinists and Engineers, In- 
ventors ; Hope Foundry, Leeds. 

Flax and Tow Preparing and Spinning Machinery. Preparing 
and spinning Machinery for Rope Yarns. Y arious special 
articles connected with these industries. 


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McNaught, John & Wm. ; Engineers, Millwrights, and 
Machinists, Inventors ; St. George’s Foundry , Roch- 
dale. 

A Machine for washing and scouring wool. A Machine for 
drying wool. 

Platt, Bros., 8c Co., Limited ; Engineers and Machinists, 
Makers of all kinds of Cotton, Woollen, and Worsted 
Machinery, and of Machinery for preparing and spin- 
ning waste Silk, Inventors ; Hartford Works , Old- 
ham, Lancashire. 

Cotton Ginning, Cleaning, Preparing, Spinning, and Weaving 
Machinery. Woollen Carding Machinery. Worsted Carding, 
Combing, Preparing, and Spinning Machinery. 

White, John, & Sons ; Tanners, Curriers, and Leather 
Merchants ; Park Road Tannery and Leather Works, 
Bingley , Yorkshire. 

Double Main Driving Belts. Single Belts of various widths. 
Combing Leathers for silk, wool, jute, flax, &c. Soft and 
Hard Drawing and Spinning Roller Leathers. Oak Tanned and 
Green Picking Bands. Condenser Rubber Leathers. White, 
Brown, and Horny Laces. 


Class 57. — Apparatus and Processes used in Weaving. 

Apparatus used in the preparation of materials for weaving : 
warping mills, spooling (winding) machines. Card-making for 
the jacquard looms. 

Hand looms and mechanical looms for the manufacture of plain 
fabrics. Looms for the manufacture of figured and brocaded 
stuffs : damask looms, electric looms. 

Looms for the manufacture of carpets and tapestry. 

Mesh-weaving looms for the manufacture of hosiery and net. 
Apparatus for making lace. Apparatus used in the manufacture 
of lace- work. 

High -warp looms and different modes of preparing the bobbins 
for weaving. Accessory apparatus : machines for fulling, calen- 
dering, figuring, watering, measuring, folding, &c. 

Blezard, James, & Sons ; Inventors, Iron and Brass Found- 
ers, and Machinists ; Guy Foundry, Padiham, Lan- 
cashire. 

All kinds of self-acting Loom Temples, used for weaving 
cotton, woollen, silk, and linen goods. 

Cockill, J ohn, & Sons ; Leather Merchants and Manufac- 
turers ; Li ver sedge, Yorkshire. 

Rubbing Leathers for condensers of carding engines. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 57. 


Craig, A. F., & Co.; Engineers, Machine Makers, Boiler 
Makers, and Ironfounders, Inventors ; Caledonia En- 
gine Works, Paisley. 

One Double Cropping Machine, suitable for cropping or clean- 
ing the surface of linen or other fabrics on both sides at one 
operation. Direct acting Steam Pump for lifting and forcing 
water or liquids with a Morton’s Patent “ Ejector Condenser ” 
applied thereto, which gives-a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent, 
of fuel over other direct acting steam pumps. Merton’s Patent 
Ejector Condenser for producing a vacuum automatically 
without an air pump or moving parts in motive power engines. 
Vacuum Sugar Pans and other vessels where a vacuum is 
required, giving a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent, of fuel. 

Hacking & Co. ; Power Loom Makers and Machinists, In- 
ventors ; Lord St., Bury, Lancashire. 

Handkerchief Loom with four shuttles. Coutil Loom. Strong 
Loom with six shuttles. Pick and Pick Loom with two 
shuttles. Calico Loom. Linen Loom. Pirn Winding Machine 
for wood pirns and paper tubes. Patent Folding and 
Measuring Machine. 

Hall, Robert; Iron Founder, Engineer, Machine and 
Power Loom Maker, Inventor ; Hope Foundry, Bury, 
iMncashire. 

3/4 Brussels Carpet Loom, patent wire motion, with six framed 
creels, improved weighting and letting off motions, 1,500 
improved jacquard double beat crank. Utrecht Velvet and 
Plush Loom, 36 reed space, patent wire motion, four shafts, 
tappetts, three yarn beams. Fancy Loom for fustian. Drills, 
Coutils, Ticks, &c., 38 reed space, taking up and improved 
picking motions, 9 shafts, patent improved oscillating treading 
motion. 

Hattersley, George, & Sons; Makers of Power Looms, 
Inventors ; North Brook Works, Keighley, and 
Birksland Works, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Power Looms in motion, manufacturing or weaving a variety 
of textile fabrics. 

Hodgson, George ; Machine Maker and Iron Founder, In- 
ventor ; Laycocks Mill, Thornton Road, Bradford, 
Yorkshire. 

Plain Loom for weaving mohair, silk, worsted, and cotton ; 
has 34 inches reed space, can be fitted up to 8 treads, and runs 
very fast from 200 to 320 picks per minute. Rep Loom for 
weaving reps, merinos, Orleans, or twills ; can be used with 
very delicate or fine wool warps : the friction or letting off 
motion is new. Circular Box Loom, for weaving checks, 
plaids, or stripes ; is furnished with a patent motion for a re- 
volving shuttle box, with 6 shuttles, to weave any number of 
even picks of colours from two upwards, and skip from one 
to five, or one to three. Cloth Loom for weaving broad cloth 
and backing cloth : it has three boxes on each side, and is fitted 
with a patent twilling motion for 16 to 20 shafts. Pick and 


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Pick : this is a Loom for weaving fancy goods of worsted 
coatings or merinos, and is adapted for either light or heavy 
goods. 

Livesey, Henry, Limited ; Mill Furnisher, Machinist, Shuttle 
Picker, and Bobbin Manufacturer ; Blackburn. 

Looms for weaving damask, domestics, shirtings, jacconets, 
&c. (light and heavy make). Samples of mill furnishing. 

Mather & Platt; Engineers and Machinists, Inventors of 
Pistons and Pump Buckets; Salford Iron Works, 
Manchester. 

Beetling Machine. — The object of the Beetling Machine is to 
produce a certain “finish” upon linen, cotton, woollen, and 
other textile fabrics by hammers of iron or wood being made 
to strike with great force and rapidity against the fabric which 
is wound upon metal or wood rollers. The effect of 1 hammer 
in this machine is equal to 8 hammers which are raised by 
cams and fall upon the cloth by gravity only, as in the ma- 
chines hitherto used. Steam Engine to illustrate the power 
required and mode of driving the machines exhibited. Metallic 
Pistons and Air Pump Buckets for Steam Engines, showing 
a metallic packing always steam-tight and self-adjusting. (See 
also Class 54.) 

Mitchell, William ; Woollen Shuttle Maker ; Killinghall 
Mill, Ripley, Yorkshire. 

Power and Hand Loom Shuttles and Pickers for weaving 
woollen cloth ; Shuttle plates, wheels, spindles, springs, screws, 
pots, &c. 

Sowden (David) & Sons (late Sowden & Stephenson) ; Manu- 
facturers of Weaving Machinery ; Thornton Road, 
Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Power Looms and Jacquard Machinery, for weaving worsted, 
cotton, woollen, and silk goods. 


Class 58. — Apparatus and Processes for Sewing and 
for Making-up Clothing. 

Ordinary implements used by tailors and seamstresses. Sewing, 
quilting, hemming, and embroidering machines. 

Implements for cutting out materials and leather for making 
garments and shoes. 

Machines for making, nailing, and screwing boots and shoes. 
Machines for the application of india-rubber. 

Beck, William Henry ; Inventor and Patentee; 139, Can- 
non St., London. 

A patented Machine for sewing the welts to the in-soles and 
uppers, and the outer soles to the welts of boots and shoes 
without removing the last. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 58. 


Bradbury & Company, Limited ; Sewing Machine Manu- 
facturers and Patentees; Wellington Works, Oldham , 
near Manchester ; and at 97, Boulevard Sebastopol , 
Paris. 

Sewing Machines. — The “Belgravia” Lock-stitch Machines. 
The “ Letter S ” Machines for families or dressmakers. The 
“ Letter H ” Machines, Nos. 1, 2, and 3 for cloth or leather 
work. The “Elastic” or “Shoemaker’s Friend,” for putting 
in elastics, repairing, and general shoemaking. The “ Prac- 
tical Tailor,” specially for tailoring. The “ Wellington,” new 
and improved lock-stitch hand machine, and other specialities. 

Greenwood & Batley ; Engineers and Machinists ; Albion 
Works, Armley Road, Leeds. 

System of Patent Boot Sewing Machinery. Patent Printing 
Machinery. Spreading Machine for silk waste. Special Ma- 
chine Tools. Patent Nut and Bolt Forging Machine. Steam 
Launch Engine, 15 nominal horse-power. Patent Circulating 
Pump. Horizontal High Pressure Engine, 2 horse-power. 
Tramway Indicator. Collection of toolholders, drills, emery 
wheels, &c. Mining machinery and air compressors. Samples 
of War Materials, illustrating machine operations on rifles, 
cartridges, shells, &c. in different stages of manufacture. 

The Howe Machine Company, Limited ; Manufacturers of 
Sewing Machines and of Electric Motors, and succes- 
sors of Elias Howe, jun., the inventor of the Sewing 
Machine ; 46 and 48, Queen Victoria St., London , 
and at Paris, 48, Boulevard de Sebastopol. 

Hand Sewing Machines. Sewing Machines for families and 
dressmakers, working either by hand or treadle, or both. 
Sewing Machines for tailors, for boot manufacturers, and with 
circular feed for repairing and general work. Parts and attach- 
ments of sewing machines. Cabinets, boxes, eases, and other 
woodwork appertaining to sewing machines. Samples of all 
kinds of work that can be executed by sewing machines. Elec- 
tric Motors for driving sewing machines, organs, pumps, 
dental engines, &c. 

Reilly, Francis ; Tailor, Inventor ; 20, Shaw St., Dublin. 
A Sewing and Pressing Apparatus for working tailors, to enable 
them to perform their work while sitting on an ordinary chair, 
thereby obviating the necessity of sitting in the ordinary cross- 
legged position, so injurious to the health of the workmen. 
The apparatus, which can be screwed to a bench or table, con- 
sists of a pillar with a pressing board and rest for arm, moving 
on a pivot, the whole standing about nine inches high. 

Salmon & Co. ; Manufacturers of Boot and Shoe Machinery, 
Inventors ; Victoria Works, Kettering, Northampton- 
shire. 

A 25-inch Double Treadle Eccentric Press for cutting out shoe 
soles, worked by one man or two lads. A Pricking Machine 
for marking holes for rivets in shoe soles, lifts, and top-pieces, 
&c. A Toe-cap Punching Press for perforating toe-caps/ with 
die plates of any design. A Treadle Eyelet Machine for fixing 


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eyelets in boot uppers. A Treadle’ Punching Machine for 
making holes in boot uppers for eyelets. A Revolving Eyelet 
or Punching Machine for punching holes and putting in eye- 
lets and hooks in boot uppers. A Lever Blocking Machine for 
blocking boot uppers, from children’s to men’s short Welling- 
tons. A Combined Machine for ranging stiffeners, cutting 
runners, and split lifts. A set each of Men’s, Women’s, and 
Boy’s Iron Lasts and Blocks for making rivetted boots and 
shoes on. A set of Steel Cutters for cutting out shoe soles, 
top-pieces and lifts, men’s, women’s, and boys’. 

Sanson, Robert Bell; Engineer, Manufacturer, and In- 
ventor ; 87, Globe Road , Mile End, London. 

Endless-band Knife Cloth-cutting Machine for cutting out 
garments, used in Government Clothing Factories, &c. It 
will cut from 3,000 to 4,000 cloth garments, or 5,000 cords 
or moleskin garments per week, with one man to mark out, 
two men to lay and fold, and two learners to fit and tie up. 

The Singer Manufacturing Company ; Manufacturers of 
Sewing Machines and Needles, &c. ; James St., 
Bridgeton , Glasgow. 

Sewing Machines of various kinds, and Machines for making 
button-holes. Samples of clothing and other specimens of work 
done on their Sewing Machines. 

Smith, Starley, & Co., Limited ; Mechanical Engineers, 
Sewing Machine Makers, Inventors ; Trafalgar 
Works, Coventry. 

Sewing Machines: “The Europa,” “The Queen of Hearts,” 
“ The Little Dorrit,” and “ The Shoesmith,” and other pa- 
tented Lock-stitch and Loop-stitch Sewing Machines adapted 
for every domestic and manufacturing purpose. Sewing Machine 
Needles and other appliances. Stocking-darning Machines. 
Automatic Workholders. Electric Motors applicable to Sewing 
Machines and other mechanism. Roller Skates, Bicycles, 
Tricycles, and suspended wheels for Perambulators, Bath 
Chairs, &c. 

Symons, H. Cyrus ; Engineer and Machinist ; Inventor 
and Patentee ; 2, George St., Blackfriars Road , 
London. 

Sewing Machines. Looper in Arm for stitching tubular arti- 
cles, hats, &c. Needle fixed in direct action balanced lever. 
Sewing Machine Stand, foot swinging motion, ensuring the 
body’s erect, healthy action, less fatiguing to drive than treadles, 
and wears without jar or noise. 

Tatham, Walter, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Needles, Hooks, 
Guides, and Points used in Lace and Hosiery Machines ; 
42, Castle Gate, Nottingham, and Kensington Works, 
Ilkeston, Derbyshire. 

Needles, Hooks, Guides, and Points, used in lace and hosiery 
machines. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 58. 


Taylor’s Patent Sewing Machine Company, Limited ; Sew- 
ing Machine Manufacturers, Inventors ; Driffield, 
Yorkshire, and 97, Chcapside, London. 

Treadle and Hand Lock-stitcli Sewing Machines, both with 
patent elliptic movement. Twisted Loop Treadle and Hand 
Machines. Small Self-inking Printing Machine. Patent 
system of joining machine belts. 

Wilson (Newton) & Co.; Sewing Machine, Horse-grooming 
and Sheep-shearing Machine Manufacturers ; 144, 

High Holborn, London. Works, St. George's Foun- 
dry, Birmingham. 

Sewing Machines of various types and attachments. Kilting 
and Plaiting Machines and attachments. Button-hole, Her- 
ring-bone, and Over-seaming Machines for manufacturing 
purposes. Button-hole Machines for shirt and collar work 
and for domestic use. Velocipedes, &c. (See (dsn Class 63.) 


Class 59. — Apparatus and Processes used in the 
Manufacture of Furniture and Objects for Dwellings. 

Machines for cutting veneers. Turning webs, saw frames, &c. 

Machines for cutting the mouldings and headings of frames, the 
squares of inlaid floors, furniture, &c. Lathes and other apparatus 
used in carpentering and cabinet-making. 

Machines for stamping and burnishing. Machines and 
apparatus for working stucco, papier-mache, ivory, bone, and 
horn. 

Machines for pointing, carving, and reducing statues ; for 
engraving, engine-turning, &c. 

Machines for making bricks and tiles ; machines for making 
artificial stones. 

Machines for sawing and polishing hard stones, marbles, &c. 

Eagles, Thomas Duncombe ; Engineer, Manufacturer, and 
Designer; 23, Fcnckurck St., London; Factory, Joiners' 
Hall Works, Upper Thames Street, London. 

A Circular Saw Bench, 4 feet by 2 feet, with Circular Saw, 28 
inches'diameter, to cut 10 inches deep ; adjustable turn over fence 
and fast and loose pullies. A Combined Vertical Steam Engine 
and Boiler, mounted on a cast-iron foundation, which forms a 
tank for the feed water. The Engine has steam jacketted 
cylinder, and is on a separate independent standard and not 
bolted to the boiler. 

Gardner, A., & Son; Timber Preservers, Inventors; 36, 
Jamaica St., Glasgow. 

Rapid seasoning of furniture woods. (Exhibited in Class 66.) 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 59. 


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Powis, Charles, & Co. ; Manufacturing Engineers ; Cyclops 
Works , Millwall Pier, and 60, Gracechurch St., 
London. 

A new improved Joiner Universal: it will take Saws up to 
30 inches diameter, plane stuff 12 inches by 4 inches, and has 
four revolving cutters. 

A Trying-up Machine, fitted with side cutters and feed rollers, 
specially adapted for taking the twist out of timber, and also 
for planing match boarding. A new combined Circular- 
sawing, Band-sawing, Recessing, Moulding, and Housing 
Machine. An endless Band-sawing Machine, for cutting wood 
into any circular, irregular, angular, or straight form. A new 
combined Circular and Band-sawing Machine, fitted with 
patent fret-cutting apparatus, and can be driven either by 
hand or steam power. A Combined Circular and Band-saw- 
ing Machine, with boring apparatus for hand power. An 
improved Mortising, Tenoning, and Boring Machine, with self- 
acting feed motion. A new Mortising Machine. ( See also 
Class 54.) 

Ransome, A., & Co. ; Stanley Works, Chelsea, and Bat- 
tersea Foundry, Battersea, London. 

New patent machine for felling and cross cutting trees. 
Machines for sawing, planing, moulding, &c. “ General 

Joiners ’’and other special machines for joiners’ work. Wheel 
making machinery, and machines for making gunpowder 
barrels, &c. 

Reynolds, P. W., & Co. ; Engineers ; 73, Southwark St., 
London, 

A Reynolds’ General Joiner, combining in one machine a Self- 
feeding Circular Saw Bench, a Planing and Moulding Machine 
a Tenoning Machine, and a Band Saw Machine. A Circular 
Saw Bench. A Patent Steam Power Morticing Machine. 
A Combined Circular and Band Saw Machine for steam or 
hand-power. A Patent Morticing and Boring Machine for 
hand-power. A Morticing and Boring Machine with canting 
bed for hand-power. A Saw Sharpening Machine. A Patent 
Floor Cramp. 

Roberts, William ; Venetian Blind Manufacturer and 
Inventor; 139, Derby Road, Bootle, near Liverpool. 
Self-acting Painting Machine for Venetian blinds and other 
purposes. Will paint G,000 running feet per hour without 
steam power. 

Robinson (Thomas) & Son ; Wood-cutting Machine Makers, 
Engineers, &c., Inventors; Railway Works, Rochdale. 
An Armstrong’s Patent Dovetailing Machine for cutting both 
male, female, and blind dovetails. A Horizontal Reciprocating 
Saw Frame for cutting boards and panels from round or square 
logs. A Circular Saw Bench for sawing logs or deals, which 
are drawn through the saw by means of a rope worked round 
a drum. A Circular Saw for sawing deals which are fed 
through the saw by means of vertical rollers. A Circular Saw 
Bench with rising and falling spindle for sawing, tonguing, 
grooving, rebating, boring, and crow-cutting. A Planing and 
Moulding Machine for planing floor-boards or working straight 
G 804. P 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 59. 


. mouldings on all four sides at one operation. A Band Sawing 
Machine for sawing out circular or irregular shapes. A 
Morticing Machine. A Tenoning Machine. A small Rotary 
Planing Machine working one side at once. A small Fixed- 
knife Planing Machine for planing cigar boxes and thin boards. 
A Machine for sharpening Straight and Circular Saws. A 
Machine for grinding Plane Irons. A Machine for grinding 
Moulding Cutters. 

Western & Co. ; Engineers and Machine Makers ; Belvedere 
Road , Lambeth , London. 

Planing and Moulding Machine for floor-boards, match- 
boarding, &c. (patented). “General Joiner” for sawing, 
planing, moulding, tenoning, and rebatting wood. Vertical 
Spindle Moulding and Shaping Machine, with reversible cutter 
spindle (patented). Endless Band Saw Machine, top wheel 
adjustable for Bevel Cutting (patented). Mortising, Tenoning, 
and Boring Machine. Circular Saw, with rising and falling 
spindle and countershaft. All the above for wood. ( See also 
Class 50.) 

Worssam, Samuel, & Co.; Engineers and Wood Working 
Machinists ; Oakley Works , King's Road, Chelsea , 
London. 

A Worssam’s Patent Four-cutter General Joiner and Combined 
Moulding and Planing Machine. A Worssam’s Improved 
Trying-up Machine, with roller feed motion. A Worssam’s 
Patent Single Deal Frame. Improved Morticing Machine with 
rising and falling table. A Worssam’s Improved Four-cutter 
Moulding and Planing Machine. A Worssam’s improved Saw 
Sharpening Machine. An improved plain Band Saw Machine. 
Improved hand Morticing Machine. Moulding Iron Grinder. 
Photographs of various Wood Working Machines and speci- 
mens entirely executed by the above machines. 


Class 60. — Apparatus and Processes used in Paper- 
making, Dyeing and Printing. 

Materials and products of the manufacture of pulps for making 
paper, of wood, straw, alpha, &c. 

Processes and products of the bleaching of wood fibre. 

Apparatus for making paper by hand and by machinery. 
Apparatus for pressing, glazing, watering, embossing, and ruling 
paper. Machines for cutting out, paring, stamping paper, Ac. 

Apparatus for bleaching and dyeing, and for the preparation of 
paper and tissues. 

Apparatus for printing paper-hangings and tissues. Machines 
for engraving cylinders for printing. 

Materials, apparatus, and products of type-founding, stereo- 
types, &c. 


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Machines and apparatus used in typography, stereotyping, 
copper-plate printing, autography, lithography, chalcography, 
paniconography, chromo-lithography, &c. Machines for setting 
up and sorting types. Printing of bank notes, postage stamps, 
&c. 


Adie, Patrick; 15, Pall Mall , London ; Factory, Broad- 
way Works, Westminster, London. 

Fraser’s Type-composing and Distributing Machine, invented 
by Alexander Fraser, Printer, Edinburgh. Each of these 
machines is made to set up or distribute at least five different 
sizes of type without nicking or any other special adaptation 
of the type being necessary for either composing or distributing. 
The action of both is by means of keys, and each machine con- 
tains 96 letters, namely, capitals, small letters, figures, points, 
and spaces. 10,000 to 12,000 types per hour can be set up, 
or distributed. 

Bailey, Brothers ; Engravers, Manufacturers, and Inventors ; 
71, Chancery Lane, London. 

Endorsing and Lever Presses, Stencil Plates, and Printing Ap- 
pliances. Marking and Printing Ink, and Transparent Adhesive 
Liquid-Cement illustrated by specimens. 

Blades, East, & Blades; Lithographic and Letter-press 
Printers, Manufacturers ; 11, Abchurch Lane, London. 
A complete set of red Vulcanized India-rubber Rollers (invented 
by Mr. Lanham, manager to the firm) ready for use on a 
Double Royal Lithographic Machine. The advantages are, no 
stretching, no seams, durability, not affected by water, damp, 
cold, or heat, cleaned without scraping in a few minutes, and 
never get hard. 

Greaves, William ; Engineer and Inventor ; Vincent Ma- 
chine Works, Gelderd Hoad, Leeds, Yorkshire. 

One Double-demy Patent Improved Paragon Lithographic 
Printing Machine, with Marcus Ward and Co.’s Patent Friction 
Motion attached for driving the same at various speeds, spe- 
cially constructed to produce chromo-lithography. 

The Illustrated London News ; 198, Strand, London. 

The Ingram Patent Rotary Printing Machine (W. J. Ingram, 
Inventor). 

Judd & Co. ; Printers and Manufacturing Stationers ; The 
Phoenix Printing Works, St. Andrew’s Hill, Doctors' 
Commons, London. 

A Double Royal single Cylinder Colour Machine with a patent 
arrangement for the delivery of the printed sheets and extra 
inking power, especially manufactured for illustrated and high 
class work. A Treadle Platen Machine for small work with 
increased facilities for ink distribution, for steam or manual 
power. Both manufactured for Exhibitors by Hopkinson & 
Cope, Farringdon Road, London. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 60. 


Marshall, T. J., & Co. ; Paper Machine Makers and Engi- 
neers, &c. ; Campbell Works, Gillet St., Kingsland, 
London. 

Dandy Roll, with improved water-marking. Improved Car- 
riages for the same. Model Revolving Pulp-strainer. Parts of 
Paper Making Machinery. 

Menuel, Eugene ; Brass Type Founder and Bookbinder’s 
Tool Manufacturer ; 19, Tysoe St., Clerkenwelt, Lon- 
don. 

Cast Brass Type and Letters. 

Hewsnm, Wood, & Dyson; Lithographic and Letterpress 
Machine Makers and Inventors ; The Leeds Printing 
Machine Works, Meadow Road, Leeds. 

Demy Lithographic Machine. 

Squintani, Carlo Giuseppe, & Co. ; Patentees and Manu- 
facturers of Printing Material ; 3, Lndgate Circus 
Buildings, London ; Works, Birmingham. 

The £ ‘ Model ” Printing Press, patented for hand, foot, and 
steam-power for amateurs and printers. 

Watson, Henry; Engineer, Inventor, and Manufacturer; 
High Bridge Works, Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

Improved new Pulp Strainer as used in the manufacture of 
paper ; fitted with Annandale and Watson’s patent apparatus 
for obtaining the suction required in drawing the pulp through 
the strainer-plates. 

Zuccato & Wolff; Manufacturers of the Papyrograpli 
invented by E. de Zuccato; 19, Charterhouse St., 
Holborn Viaduct, London. 

Papyrographic apparatus for multiplying facsimile copies of 
writings, designs, &c., by means of which 500 copies can be 
produced in an ordinary copying press. Exhibited in opera- 
tion. 


Class 61. — Machines, Instruments, and Processes used 
in various Works. 

Coining presses. 

Machines for making buttons, pens, pins, envelopes ; packing 
machines, brush-making machines, machines for making cards, 
capsules ; for affixing lead seals to merchandise ; for corking 
bottles, &c. 

Tools for, and processes of, making clocks, toys, marqueterie, 
baskets, &c. 

Machines for binding books. Writing machines. 


CATALOGUE. — —CLASS 61. 


229 


Duggan, Thomas ; Brush Manufacturer, Inventor ; Hoiotli 
View, Glasnevin, Co. Dublin. Works, 2, 3, and 4, 
Crown Alley, Commercial Buildings, Dublin. 

A new Patent Brush-making Machine, to be worked by hand- 
power, with samples of work. 

Goodall, C., & Son; Playing Card Manufacturers, Envelope 
Makers and Manufacturing Stationers ; Camden Works, 
24, Gt. College St., Camden Town, London. 

Envelope-making Machine, with process of manufacture. (See 
also Class 10.) 

Hewitt, John, & Co.; Manufacturers of Joiners’ Tools, 
Skates, &c. ; Cambridge St. Works, Sheffield. 

Improved Glaziers’ Diamonds or Glass Cutters (being instru- 
ments for cutting glass, instead of the real diamond used for 
the purpose). 

House, Henry, & Co. ; Engineers and Inventors ; 31, Ludgate 
Hill, London. Works, Birmingham. 

Hand Paint-grinding Mill. (Exhibited in Class 54.) 

Kennedy Patent Water Meter Company, Limited ; Hy- 
draulic Engineers and Manufacturers (Inventor, the 
late Thomas Kennedy) ; Kilmarnock, Scotland. 

A Positive Water Meter, which actually measures the quantity 
of water passing through it. 

Ladd, John H., & Co. ; Machinery Merchants and Manu- 
facturers, and sole Licensees of the Boomer and 
Boschert Press ; 116, Queen Victoria St., London. 

The Boomer and Boschert Patent Press. ( See also Class 52.) 


Class 62. — Carriages and Wheelwright’s Work. 

Separate parts of wheels and carriages : wheels, tires, axles, 
axle-boxes, ironwork, &e. Springs, and various methods of 
hanging carriages. 

Different systems of harnessing. Breaks. 

Wheelwright’s work : waggons, tumbrels, drays, and other 
vehicles for special purposes. 

Carriages : public, state, and private carriages ; sedan chairs, 
litters, sledges, &c. ; velocipedes. 

Aldebert, Isaac ; Carriage and Harness Maker, Inventor ,- 
57, 58, 59, Long Acre, and 233, Oxford St ., London. ’ 
A Cee and Under-spring Landau, with Aldebert’s patent self- 
acting hea,d to open and close from the inside. A Cee and 
Under-spring Barouche. A miniature single Brougham, built 
entirely with steel instead of iron. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 62. 


Bagshaw, Francis William; Bicycle Manufacturer, En- 
gineer, and General Machinist, Designer ; Sheffield 
Bicycle Works, Hill Foot , Sheffield. 

One Steel Spider Bicycle, mounted in gold and silver-plated 
ornaments. One Steel Racing Spider Bicycle. Three Pairs 
of Steel Bicycle Tyres. 

Bourke, Surgeon-Major, J. H., M.D., care of Yesey W. Holt 
& Co. ; 1 7, Whitehall Place, London. 

A Hill-Dhooley. 

The Bristol Waggon Works Company, Limited; Cart and 
Waggon Builders, Inventors ; Lawrence Hill, Bristol. 
A Light Spring Tipping Cart, fitted with portable seat board 
and harvest rails. A Crank Axle Spring Cart, low on the 
ground, and convenient for loading. A Four-wheel Spring 
Trolly. 

Bush, J., & Co.; Coach Builders, Inventors; 200, Cam- 
berwell Road, London. 

A Patent Safety Dog Cart, designed to prevent the occupants 
from being thrown out in the event of the horse falling, fitted 
with automatic balance and adjusting shafts to suit horses of 
different heights. A Patent Soteria Car with improved seat. 

Cockshoot, Joseph, & Co. ; Coach Builders, Inventors ; 
New Bridge Street, Manchester. 

A Park Barouche hung upon cee and under-springs, combining 
every modern improvement, the minimum of weight and maxi- 
mum of durability being secured by the introduction of Sir 
Joseph Whitworth’s patent compressed fluid steel. A Square- 
fronted Brougham hung upon elliptic springs, roomy, easy, 
and well within the power of one horse. The metal work 
made of Sir J. Whitworth’s patent compressed fluid steel 
where practicable. 

Cooper, J ames Charles ; Carriage Draughtsman ; 111 , Long 
Acre, London. 

Designs for Carriages. 

Gold, Henry ; Coach Builder, Inventor : 82, Long Acre, 
London, and Francis Road, Windsor, Berkshire. 

A Shooting Dog Cart, made convenient to carry luggage, 
and to evenly balance with one, two, three, or four persons, 
mounted on three springs, solid flaped axle, and lancewood 
shafts, being on the fulcrum system to stop knee-motion. The 
Windsor Station Dog Cart constructed on the same principle, 
but different in shape and appearance. 

Harrison, R,., & Son ; Coach Builders, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers to the Trade; 1, Stanhope St., Euston Road, 
London. 

A Landau in the wood and iron, not trimmed or painted, 
showing the quality of workmanship, and also the mechanism 
of their Patent Self-acting Head Lift, which enables the occu- 
pant of the carriage to open or close the hood without rising 
from the seat. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 62. 


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Hayes, Henry, & Son ; Carriage and Waggon Builders, 
Inventors ; Stamford and JPeterboro’. 

An Improved Registered Hansom Cab or Brougham on two 
wheels. Is very roomy, easy of access, light of draught, and 
perfect in balance, can be driven inside or outside. An Im- 
proved Parcels Delivery Van. An Improved One-horse Goods 
Van. A Dog Cart. 

Haynes & Jefferis ; Machinists, Manufacturers, and In- 
ventors ; Span St., Coventry, and 56, Queen Victoria 
St., London. 

Tricycle upon an improved and patented principle. Bicycles 
of various kinds, all of special make and patented. 

Henderson, Janies, & Co. ; Coach Builders, Inventors ; 60, 
62, 64, North St., Glasgow. 

Side Light Landau for one or pair horses, with patent automa- 
tic balance spring-head, which can be opened and closed 
instantaneously from the inside. Improved Break, fitted with 
india-rubber blocks, rendering the break noiseless and effective. 
Improved arrangement for balancing a Whitechapel cart. 

Holland & Holland; Coach Builders; 254, Oxford St., 
London. 

A Four-in-hand Driving Coach. 


Holmes, Herbert & Arthur ; Coach and Harness Makers ; 
38, Margaret St., Cavendish Square, London, and 
at Derby , Lichfield, and Sheffield. 

A Light Pair-horse Barouche on elliptic springs. A Pair-horse 
Wagonette-omnibus to form either an. open or a closed carriage. 

Hopton & Sons ; Bent Timber and Steam Wheel Makers ; 
67, George St., Euston Square, London , and at Mar- 
ket Harbor ough. 

Bent Wood, Wheels, carved panels and Woodwork used in 
carriage building. 

Howes & Sons ; Manufacturers and Inventors; City Car- 
riage and Harness Steam Works, Chapel Field, Nor- 
wich. 

“ Sandringham ” Cart, shafts fitted without holes, on the ful- 
crum principle, with india-rubber bearings, hung on long side 
springs. Norfolk Shooting or Sporting Cart, fitted with game 
bars, gun hooks, dasher box, shafts on the fulcrum principle, 
with india-rubber bearings. Lome Car, new in design, and 
very light, hung low, easy of access, especially suitable for 
ladies. Alexandra Car, very light and low, especially suitable 
for ladies, shafts without holes on the fulcrum principle, with 
india-rubber bearings, entirely free from knee motion, hung upon 
two long side springs fitted with long wings. 


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CATALOGUE. CLASS 62. 


Howes, Henry Win. ; Carriage Builder, Inventor; Prince 
of Wales's Road, Norwich. 

A Norfolk Shooting Cart, exceedingly light and of great 
strength. Built to carry from one to four persons, with ample 
space inside for luggage. Norfolk Car, designed by Exhibitor 
for ladies’ use, being hung low ; to carry up to four persons, 
is very light and roomy, with all latest improvements. Alex- 
andra Car. A Ladies Carriage, built low, to carry up to four 
persons, very light and roomy, with every improvement. 

Julian, Henry ; Coach Builder, Inventor ; Bow St., Bolton, 
Lancashire. 

An Angular Park Phaeton for one or two horses, constructed so 
that the hind seat can he entered without the danger of passing 
over the wheel. A Light Trotting Gig, made so as to suit any 
horse from 14 to 16 hands high. 

King, William ; Coach Builder, Inventor ; Battlesden Steam 
Carriage Works, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, 
and 233, 235, and 237, Pentonville Road, London. 

The noted “ Battlesden Car ” built in every size and perfectly 
free from knee motion. Stanhope Gig built on the most im- 
proved principles to obviate knee motion. Wagonette with 
reversible seat to form Phaeton, with folding step in front and 
improved lever brake. 

Laurie & Marner, Limited ; Carriage Builders and In- 
ventors ; 313, Oxford St., London. 

A four-in-hand Drag with patent lock to fore carriage to 
facilitate turning in much less space than usual. A Sociable 
Landau with patent opening to the head and patent india- 
rubber cushioned axles. A single Brougham or Coupe on C 
and under springs. A Victoria Phaeton on Cor under springs. 

McN aught & Smith; Carriage and Harness Makers; 
Worcester, and 45, Park .Lane, L,ondon. 

A five glass Landau with parallel action automatic head, sus- 
pended on C springs. A Countess Sociable on elliptic springs. 
A single Brougham on C springs. A well appointed Polo 
Cart, Prince’s pattern. All these illustrate the advantages of 
Whitworth metal, are fitted with india-rubber cushioned axles, 
are light yet substantial, and adapted for hard service. 

Mulliner, Francis ; Coach Builder, Inventor and Manufac- 
facturer of the Patent India-rubber Tyres ; 59, Great 
Charlotte Street, Liverpool, and 56, Brook Street, 
Bond Street, London. 

A canoe-shaped Landau, with self-acting head and patent 
indiarubber tyres to wheels fixed on a new principle, noiseless, 
durable, and efficient. 

Mulliner, Henry ; Carriage and Harness Maker, Inventor ; 
Northampton and Leamington Spa. 

A Four Horse Coach, and harness for same. A Lady’s 
Driving Phaeton. An improved Light Two-wheel Dog Cart, 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 62. 


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as built for France and America. An elegant little Pony 
Carriage. An Invalid Carriage. Designs of improved 
Carriages. 

Musgrave & Co., Limited ; Ironfounders and Manufac- 
turers ; Ann St. Iron Works , and Cromac Foundry , 
Belfast, and 97, New Bond St., London. 

Full sized Stalls and Box of Musgrave’s Patent Stable Fittings. 
Models showing the system of ventilation, drainage, &c., and 
the various fittings necessary for harness rooms, &c. Mus- 
grave’s Patent Cowhouse Fittings. ( See also Class 27.) 

Offord, Joseph ; Coach Builder, Inventor, and Patentee ; 
79, Wells St., Oxford St., and 28, Brook St., Bond 
St., and 92, Gloucester Road , South Kensington, 
London. 

Canoe-sliaped Patent Hooded Landau. Square-shaped Patent 
Hooded Landau. Cee and Under-spring Victoria. Miniature 
Brougham. All trimmed with patent embossed morocco trim- 
mings instead of laces. The Landau fitted with patent head 
and step covered with india-rubber. 

Peters, Thomas, & Sons ; Coach Builders ; Park St., Gros- 
venor Square , and Upper George St. , Portman Square, 
London. 

Private Carriages, for town or country use. 

Plowright, James; Bicycle Manufacturer, Inventor; 96, 
High St., King’s Lynn , Norfolk. 

Bicycles fitted with a newly invented dust-proof anti-friction 
roller-hearing that will wear for years without any oscillation 
or side shake. 

Roberts, John, & Sons ; Carriage Manufacturers ; West of 
England Carriage Works, Bridgewater, Somerset. 

One two-wheel Carriage of light and strong construction, with 
good and comfortable sitting room, with ease of horse and 
driver secured. One Four-wheel Carriage, light, strong, and 
useful, suitable for any climate. 

Roberts, John; Carriage Builder; 6, Cavendish St., Stret- 
ford Road, Manchester . 

A square-fronted Brougham, with all latest improvements. 
A Parisian Cob Phaeton on elliptic springs, silver-plated nave 
hoops, &c. 

Rock & Hawkins ; Coach Builders, Inventors ; Hastings, 
and 24, Baker St., London. 

A medium size Canoe Landau, with patent automatic head, with 
solid steel head joints adapted as springs for raising the head, 
painted in shades of brown, lined with brown morocco and cloth. 
A Hastings Landau, a cheap light one-horse carriage, to be 
opened or closed at pleasure, and capable of carrying four 
persons inside, painted green and yellow, and lined with green 
cloth. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 62. 


The St. Pancras Iron Work Company; Engineers anrl Iron 

Founders, Inventors; St. Pancras Road, London. 

Patent Fittings for stables, harness rooms, &c., shown in 
full size stalls and loose box, &c. 

The Surrey Machinist Co. ; Bicycle Manufacturers ; Patentees 
of the Invincible Safety Bicycle ; 85 and 87, Black- 
man St., Boro ’, London. 

The Invincible Safety Bicycle. The improvements obtained 
in this invention render accidents almost impossible. Racing 
and Roadster Bicyles fitted with exhibitors’ patent lever brake 
to front wheel, hollow steel backbones and rims, fluted front 
and hind forks, lock nut tension wheels with 200 spokes, 
finished in paint, burnished or nickel plated. 

Taylor, Walter; Furniture Remover and Warehouseman, 
the Inventor ; Taylor's Furniture Depository, Rane- 
lagh Road, Pimlico, London. ( Agent in Paris, 
ILewetson , 16, Rue Miromenil .) 

Improved Van for the removal of furniture, pictures, glass 
and all other fragile goods from house to house without the 
expense of packing. 

Thompson, Charles ; Manufacturer of Perambulators, In- 
ventor ; 33, 35, 37, Newington Butts, London. 

A Perambulator with Patent Canopy. A Circular Back Per- 
ambulator with Hood complete. 

Thorn, Charles ; Carriage and Harness Manufacturer ; 
Norfolk Carriage and Harness Works, Norwich. 
Several highly finished Carriages for pleasure and sporting 
purposes, fitted with various patents and improvements. 
Coloured Drawings of carriages. 

Wadsworth, Robert; Wheelwright, Inventor; 29, West- 
gate, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Improved Wheels and Axles for every description of road 
conveyance. 

Ward, John; Saville House, 5 and 6, Leicester Square, 
London. 

A Three-wheel Brighton Chair upon cee springs, and patent 
india-rubber braces. A Round Panel Bath Chair. Children’s 
Perambulators for out-door use. (See also Class 18.) 

Windover, Charles Sandford ; Carriage Builder, Inventor; 
32 and 33, Long Acre, London, and at Huntingdon and 
Manchester. 

Windover’s Bijou Victoria, with removable driver’s seat and 
hind rumble, fitted with enamelled leather head and patent 
canopy, also luncheon basket, the whole of the changes made 
in a few minutes, without intricate fittings, painted blue, fine 
lined gold, lined blue, bard grain morocco. A Headed Mail 
Phaeton, light, strong, and durable, for one or a pair of horses. 
A Four Wheel Dog Cart Phaeton, fitted to carry passengers, 
dogs, or merchandise, suitable for hilly districts, varnished in 


CATALOGUE.— —CLASS 62. 


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bare wood. Prince Erdody Cart, painted black, fine lined gold. 
Huntingdon Car, built in three sizes, suitable for ladies, var- 
nished in bare wood. 

Wyburn & Co. ; Coach Builders by special appointment to 
Her Majesty and H.R.H. the Prince of Wales; 121, 
Long Acre , London. 

Carriages. 


Class 63. — Harness and Saddlery. 

Various articles used for carriage horses and saddle horses : 
pack-saddles, saddles, bridles and harness for saddle horses, beasts 
of burden, and draught horses ; stirrups, spurs, whips. 

Allsopp, Charles William, & Co.; Spur Manufacturers, 
Inventors; 47, Pool St., Walsall. 

Spurs and Boxes of all descriptions for hunting, racing, and 
military use. 

Ashford, W. & G., & Winder ; Saddlers’ Ironmongers, Cur- 
riers, &c. ; Essex St. and Kent St., Birmingham. 
Saddlers’ Leather; Ladies’ Hunting, Racing, and Military 
Saddles ; Bridles, Martingales, Breastplates, Harness, Whips, 
Purses, Pocket-books, Cigar Cases, Portmanteaus, Chimney- 
sweeping Machines, Stirrups, Bits, Spurs, and Leathers, Rug 
or Travelling Straps, Garters, Leather-back Horse Brushes, 
Head Collars, and sundry Stable Appointments, Gun Cases, 
Cartridge Magazine Bags and Belts, Dog-starter Collars, &c. 

Bliss, William, & Co. ; Saddlers and Saddlers’ Ironmongers ; 
13 and 15, Sun St., Finsbury , London. 

Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Saddles. Harness. Horse Clothing, 
Waterproof Goods. Bridle Work. Bits. Stirrup Irons. 
Harness Furniture, &c. 

Bown, William ; Manufacturer of Horse Clipping Ma- 
chines ; 308, Summer Lane, Birmingham. (. Agent in 
Paris, T. Givry, 56, Boulevard Sebastopol.) 

Patent “Newmarket” Horse Clipper. 

Christie, William ; Manufacturer of Saddlery, Saddletrees, 
&c. ; Inventor of Stirrup Leather Bars ; 35, Station 
Street, Walsall, Staffordshire. 

A plain Lady’s Saddle. A quilted Lady’s Saddle, with white 
doeskin insertions. English Regulation Cavalry Officer’s 
Saddle, with Bridle, &c., complete. A Union Somerset Saddle, 
quilted. Pioneer’s Saddle, with shifting panel, waterproof; 
this saddle with its panel can be made to do duty at night as 
a palliasse. Two English Hunting Saddles, different patterns. 
A quilted Saddle. An English Steeplechase Saddle, 6 lbs. A 
New Zealand Steeplechase Saddle. A quilted Pilch, for boy 
or girl, with reversible safe and leaping head. English Race 
Saddle. Saddletrees, Stirrup Leather Bars, and Saddlery. 


236 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 63. 


Clark, William ; Clipper Manufacturer, Inventor ; 232, 
Oxford Street, London. 

An ordinary Horse Clipper, worked with two hands. The 
same with self-adjusting springs on the top plates. Horse 
Clippers for legs and heads, worked with one hand. Sheep- 
shears worked with one hand. Sheep-shears worked with two 
hands. Hoplemuroma Ointment for horses’ diseased feet. 
Model apparatus for shearing sheep and clipping. 

Davis & Wilson; Whip Manufacturers; 37, 37 \,and 38, 
Sun St. West, Birmingham. 

Whips, Whip Ornaments and Materials. Processional Canes 
for African Chiefs. 

Hawkins, John, & Co.; Station St., Walsall, Stafford- 
shire. 

Saddlers’ and Harnessmakers’ Ironmongery : Military Bridle, 
Bits, Harness, Spurs, Stirrups, Chains, Buckles, Cavalry and 
Artillery ironwork fittings of every kind. 

Holmes, Charles ; Coach and Harness Maker ; London 
Road, Derby. 

A set of pair-horse driving Harness. A set of single-horse 
driving Harness. 

Holmes, George Edward ; Coach and Harness Maker ; 
London Road, Derby. 

Drawings of Carriages. Specimens of Frost Chisels and Studs 
for shoeing horses in frosty weather, and the requisite tools for 
preparing the horseshoes. {See also Class 62.) 

Holmes, Herbert M., jun. ; Coach and Harness Maker ; 
London Road, Derby. 

Riding Saddles and Bridles for ladies and gentlemen. 

Hopton, Thomas W. ; Manufacturer of Bent Timber and 
Carriage Wheels by Machinery ; Col/ingwood Works, 
Rroadwall, London. 

Bent Timber and Wheels used in carriage building. Carriage 
Seats of bent wood, combining great strength and lightness 
with simplicity. 

Latchford & Willson ; Bridle-Bit, Stirrup, and Spur 
Makers; 11, Upper St. Marlin's Lane, London. 

Bridle and Harness Bits. Stirrups. Spurs. 

Lennan & Son ; Saddle, Harness, and Horse Clothing 
Manufacturers, Inventors ; 29 and 30, Dawson St., 
Dublin. 

Pair-horse and single Harness, brass and silver mounted. In- 
laid white doeskin Side-saddle. Plain Side-saddle. An all 
over white doeskin 6 lb. Steeplechase Saddle. A 2 lb. Racing 
Saddle. Two Pigskin Gentlemen’s Hunting Saddles. Safety 
Stirrups for Ladies and Gentlemen. Bridles of various 
patterns, &c. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 63. 


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Martin, Robert; Horse Clipping Machine and Mechanical 
Tool Manufacturer ; Old Charlton , Kent. 

Horse Clipping Machines, and various parts of the same. 
Circular Cutters used in their manufacture. Fluted Drills 
and Rymers, varying in size of an inch, with plug and ring 
gauges to correspond. 

Maxwell, Henry, & Co.; Spur Makers; 161, Piccadilly, 
London. 

Military Spurs. Hunting, Racing, and Plain Riding Spurs, 
Ladies’ Spurs. Spur Sockets. 

Peirce, Williams Adams ; Harness, Saddle, and Military 
Accoutrement Maker ; 6 , Bridge Road, IVoolstone, 
Southampton. 

Specimens of newly invented and patented moveable Buckle. 
Harness and Bridles, new and used, fitted with the same. 
The Paris Exhibition Harness Pad, and other new designs in 
Harness and Saddlery. Saddlery, Harness Furniture, Stable 
Requisites, Polish, Whips, &c. 

Pollock, Sydney ; Inventor and Patentee; 11, Cambridge 
Terrace, St. Stephen’s Road, Shepherd’s Bush, 
London. 

Patent Apparatus for stopping runaway and unmanageable 
horses instantly. 

Shammon, William ; Manufacturer of Whips, Bits, Stir- 
rups, Bridles, Spurs, Saddles, and Harness ; Moseley 
St. and Birchall St., Birmingham. 

Driving Whips, Jockey Whips, Hunting and Dog Whips, 
Ladies’ Riding Whips, Buggy or American Trotting Whips. 
Whip Thongs. Bridles of every description. Straps. Stirrup 
leathers. Spurs of every description. 

Swaine & Adeney ; Whip Manufacturers; 185, Piccadilly, 
London. ( Agent in Paris, J. H. Forster, 2, Rue 
Tronson-Doucoudray.) 

Riding, Driving, Hunting, Postilion, and Dog Whips. Whip 
Thongs. Hunting and Mail-coach Horns. Sporting Appa- 
ratus. Walking Sticks and Riding Canes. 

Wilson (Newton) 8c Co. ; Sewing Machine, Horse-grooming, 
Sheep-shearing Machine Manufacturers ; 144, High 
Holborn, London. Worhs, St. George’s Foundry, 
Birmingham. 

Horse Grooming Machinery, Horse Clipping Machines, Sheep 
Shearing Machines, by hand, water, or steam power. Hand 
Horse Clippers. ( See also Class 58.) 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 64. 


Class 64. — Railway Apparatus. 

Separate parts : springs, buffers, breaks. 

Permanent way : rails, chairs, crossings, switches, fish plates, 
turn-tables ; buffers, feeding cranes, and tanks; optical and acoustic 
signals. 

Permanent way for tramways. 

Rolling stock : waggons for passengers, for carrying earth, 
goods, cattle ; locomotives, tenders. 

Self-moving carriages ; locomotives for roads. 

Special tools and machines for the maintenance, repair, and 
construction of railways. 

Apparatus for inclined planes and self-acting planes ; apparatus 
and engines for atmospheric railways ; models of engines, of 
systems of traction, of apparatus appertaining to railways. 

Models, plans, and drawings of platforms, stations, and engine 
houses, and other buildings necessary for the working of railways. 

Aldred & Spielmann ; Engineers, Inventors ; 40 and 42, 
Queen Victoria Street, London. 

Patent reversible double rail for permanent way for steam and 
other tramways. (Exhibited in Messrs. Hayward, Tyler, and 
Co.’s space.) 

Anderson, Chris. ; Manufacturer, Inventor ; Hunslet Shed, 
Huns let, Leeds. 

Patent Continuous Railway Brake, applicable to all the car- 
riages, locomotive, and van composing a train. 1. Is auto- 
matic, and in case of the train parting will apply the full force 
of brake to every wheel in the train. 2. Requires no main- 
taining power whatever, as it utilizes the momentum of a train 
to retard or stop it. 

Barnes, Frederic ; Farmer, Inventor ; Westwood Grange, 
Tylehurst, Reading, Berks. 

Means or Apparatus for automatically connecting and discon- 
necting railway or tramway rolling stock. 

Black, Hawthorn, & Co. ; Locomotive, Marine, and Sta- 
tionary Engine Builders and Designers; Gateshead- 
on- Tyne. 

Small four-wheeled coupled, outside cylinder, saddle Tank 
Locomotive of light weight complete in all its parts for railway 
3 feet gauge, cylinders 5 inches diameter, stroke 10 inches, 
wheels 1 foot 8 inches diameter, and wheel base 3 feet. Copper 
fire-box and brass tubes ; working pressure, 135 lb. per square 
inch, or 10 atmospheres. French measurement weight in 
working order does not exceed 3J tons ; will pass round curves 
of 20 feet radius. 

Edge, Charles A. ; 21, Bennett's Hill, Birmingham. 

Patent Grooveless Tramway Rails and Carriage. 


CATALOGUE. — “CLASS 64. 


239 


Embleton, Mackenzie, & Co. ; Engineers, Shipbuilders’ 
Tools and Machine Makers, Inventors ; Yorkshire 
Foundry , Black Bidl Street , Hunslet, Leeds, York- 
shire. 

Shaping Machine with two tables. Screw-cutting Lathe. 
Tyre boring, turning, and centre-turning and boring Lathe. 
Screwing and tapping Machine, to make a full thread at one 
cut. Small Radial Drilling Machine. 

The Fairlie Engine Co. ; Engineers, Inventors, and Manu- 
facturers ; Palace Chambers , Victoria Street, West- 
minster, London. Works, Bristol. 

The Fairlie Engine ; the peculiarity of this Engine is that the 
whole of the wheels are grouped in two sets or bogies, each 
bogie swivelling on its own centre, the boiler being carried in a 
frame or cradle resting on the centres of these bogies ; by 
this arrangement the Engine is free to adapt itself to any 
curve, no matter how sharp, without increase of side friction 
on the rails. The Locomotive exhibited is on this principle, 
but is for light ordinary traffic. In those for heavy traffic 
steam is applied to both bogies, and the boiler is made double 
as shown in the working model ; by this means an engine of 
great power is obtained, capable of working heavy trains up 
gradients as steep as 1 in 20. All the wheels being coupled, 
the whole weight of the Engine, including fuel and water, is 
available for adhesion. This system of Engine is applicable to 
any gauge, but is particularly adapted for railways with gauges 
from 2 feet to 3 feet 6 inches. 

Fox, Walker, & Co.; Locomotive Builders; Atlas Engine 
Works, Bristol. 

Tank Locomotive, fitted with six wheels, adapted for Railways 
and other purposes. Steam Tramway Locomotive. 

Gage, Thomas; Fitter, Manufacturer, and Inventor; 53, 
Tinclal St., Bishop’s Road , North Brixton, London. 
Improved Danger Signals, Hand Lights, and Rockets to be 
used at Sea, Fog Signals, &c., made thoroughly waterproof, 
compact in size, and certain of explosion with a loud report ; 
perfectly safe, as they do not contain mercury or phosphorus. 
An Improved Rocket Tube for firing Rockets by friction or 
otherwise without the aid of fire or light, 

Howarth, Richard ; Engineer, Inventor ; 26, Virginia St., 
Southport, Lancashire. 

Working Models of Railway Carriages, with R. Howarth’s 
patent mechanical appliance for lighting and signalling to and 
from all parts of a train, and for instantly forming a corridor 
passage on one or both sides of the whole length of a train. 

Hughes’ Locomotive & Tramway Engine Co., Limited ; 

Mechanical Engineers, Manufacturers, and Inventors ; 
Falcon Works, Loughborough. 

Locomotive Steam Engine for Tramways and Railways on 
common roads and in streets, being adapted to work without 
noise or showing steam or smoke, and regulated so that a 
given speed cannot be exceeded. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 64. 


Landore-Siemens Steel Company, Limited ; Steel Manufac- 
turers ; 3, Westminster Chambers, London. Works, 
Landore, near Swansea, South Wales. 

Specimens of Steel Rails, Locomotive and Wagon Tyres and 
Axles, SteeJ Plates, Angles, Beams for Shipbuilding, and 
Plates. Weldless Rings for Boilers and Weldless Boiler Tubes. 
Engineers’ Forging, &c. Marine and Locomotive Forgings. 
Cast and forged shell, &c. Sundry specimens of Iron and 
Steel manufactured direct from the Ore. 

The London, Brighton, & South Coast Railway Company ; 

Locomotive and Carriage Works, Brighton. 

A six-wheeled coupled Passenger Tank Engine for suburban 
and metropolitan traffic. A set of Slide Valve Motion. A 
Piston, Piston Rod, and Connecting Rod complete. A Feed 
Pump complete. A set of Guide Plates or Ramps for re- 
railing railway carriages and waggons. A model of the 
Pullman Palace Cars as running in the express trains of the 
Company. A model of Ship’s Cabin Stairs as used in the 
Company’s steamers. Photographs of the Company’s Steamers, 
Locomotive Engines and Rolling Stock. A photograph of the 
Company’s new Royal Saloon Carriage. 

Mac Lellan, P. & W. ; Manufacturers of Permanent Way 
and Railway Rolling Stock Iron Work, Inventors ; 
Clutha Iron Works, Glasgow. 

Mac Lellan & Smith’s Patent Elastic Embossed Sleepers, an 
improvement in the permanent way of railways, combining 
strength, elasticity, durability, lightness, compact storage, easy 
and expeditious laying, with moderate first cost and maintenance. 
Sleepers are made from iron and steel plates, and are embossed, 
punched, and completely finished at one operation by special 
machinery, and thus are perfectly interchangeable, and are 
made for any section of rail, the rail being secured by clips and 
bolts. Have given excellent results on Indian railways. 

Martin, William ; Fustian Cutter, Inventor; 245, Oldham 
Boad, Manchester. 

Designs on Fustians. Self-rising Sluice Gate. Improved 
Bearings. Sewage Tank for clearing sewage. Improved 
Water-closet. Broom-handle Ferrules. Apparatus for regu- 
lating the heat of hot or other houses. Model of Gun-boat 
for Carrying Submarine guns. Reversible Perambulator or 
Child’s carriage. 

Punshon, Robert ; Engineer, Inventor ; St. Michael's 
Place, Brighton. 

Suspending Automatic Railway Chair, Model of Nut Lock or 
Fastener, Cotton Gunpowder for propelling purposes. Im- 
provements in the Purification of Sewage, and in Apparatus for 
the same. 

Rownson, Drew, & Co. ; Engineers and Patentees ; 225, 
Upper Thames St.; 113, Queen Victoria St.; Paul's 
Wharf and Leopold Iron Wharf, London. 

Cyclops Patent Portable Forges, exhaust and pressure blower. 
Power Fan. Hand Blower. Patent Indicating Signals for 
railways and mines. Scourfield’s Patent Railway Carriage 
Handles. Keystone Patent Valves, for water, gas, and steam. 


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Saxby & Farmer ; Railway Signalling Engineers, Inventors, 
Proprietors, and Manufacturers ; Patent Railway 
Signal Works , Kilburn, London. 

A full size apparatus illustrating the mechanical union of the 
interlocking and block systems. A full size Facing Point 
Lock. A full size electric slot signal apparatus. A model 
illustrating a contrivance for interlocking signals with the 
points of outlying sidings ; other safety appliances. 

Sharp, Stewart, & Co., Limited ; Engineers, Designers, and 
Manufacturers; Atlas Works, Manchester. ( Agent 
in Paris , H. Chapman, 11, R. Louis le Grand.) 
Locomotive Engine for fast Passenger Trains. ( See also Class 
55.) 

Smith's Vacuum Brake Co., limited ; Manufacturers and 
Inventors of Continuous Railway Brakes ; 69, Upper 
Thames Street, London. 

Simple Ejector. Double Ejector. Starting Valve. Release 
Valve. Iron Cylinder. Rubber Cylinder with Iron Head for 
air chambers. Hose and Couplings. India-rubber Hose. Pipes, 
Levers, and other Connections. 

Stewart, Charles, Membre de l’Academie Nationals a 
Paris; 50, Colebrooke Roiv, London. — Agents in 
London, Messrs. Heinke and Davis , 2, Brabant 
Court, Fenchurch St. 

Apparatus for communicating between the passengers, guards, 
and drivers of railway trains, known as “ Stewart's Patent 
Flag Signal.” 


Class 65. — Telegraphic Apparatus for Processes. 

Appliances for telegraphs based on the transmission of light, 
sound, &c. 

Apparatus for the electric telegraph, posts, wires, stretchers, 
&c. 

Batteries and apparatus for sending and receiving messages. 
Bells and electric signals. 

Telegraphs for military purposes. Objects appertaining to 
telegraphy ; lightning conductors, commutators, prepared paper for 
printing messages, and for sending autographic messages. 

Special apparatus for pneumatic telegraphy. 

Bell, Alexander Graham; Inventor; 115, Cannon St., 
London. 

Articulating or speaking Telephones, with hell-calls and other 
telephonic apparatus. (Exhibited in Class 15.) 

British Telegraph Manufactory, Limited ; 374, Euston 
Road, London. ( Agent in Paris, J. Aylmer, 4, Rue 
de Naples.) 

Telegraphic and Electrical Apparatus : Wheatstone’s ABC 
Telegraph; Military A B C Telegraph; ABC Type Printer; 
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A B C Large Dial Indicator ; Magnetic Counter ; Translating 
Morse ; Polarized Morse and Polarized Relay. Rheostat used 
in Duplex working. Commutators. Double-current Keys. 
Wheatstone's Magneto-electric Exploders and Fuses, Magneto- 
electric Bell-pulls, with tell-tale bell. Accumulators. Wheat- 
stone’s Duplex Automatic Instruments. Resistance Bridge. 
Morse Sounder, with needle. Magneto-electric Pull for mines, 
with single stroke bell. Resistance Boxes. Electric Fire 
Alarm. Barrel Commutator. Testing Keys. Lightning 
Guards. Wheatstone Rheostat. Wheatstone Relay. 

Homfray & Co. ; Signal Manufacturers, Inventors and 
Patentees ; 7, Great Winchester Street Buildings , 
Ohl Broad Street, London. ( Agent in Paris, J. 
Aylmer , 4, Rue dc Naples). 

Pneumatic pipes for the transmission of small articles in houses. 
Pueumatic telegraph for signalling the working of engines or 
for steerage of ships. Signal apparatus of all kinds. (Ex- 
hibited in Class 67.) 

Jamieson, Andrew ; Electrical Engineer, Inventor; Eastern 
Telegraph Company, Limited, 66, Old Broad St., 
City, London. ( Agent in Paris, J. A. Aylmer, 4, Rue 
dc Naples.) 

A Patent Self-relieving Grapnel for raising submarine cables 
and torpedo lines. Saunders and Jamieson’s Patent Anti- 
Teredo Preserver for submarine cables. A combined Key and 
Switch, with improved contacts for submarine telegraph signal- 
ling. A Lightning Guard, for submarine cables and telegraph 
instruments. 

Sanderson & Co. ; Lightning Conductor Manufacturers ; 
44, Essex Street, Strand, London. JVorhs, Hudders- 
field. 

Patent Solid Copper Tape Lightning Conductors, manufac- 
tured in continuous lengths, and of various dimensions. 

Siemens Brothers ; Telegraph Engineers and Inventors ; 
12, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, London ; Worhs, 
Charlton Pier, Woolwich, Kent. 

Electrical apparatus. 

The Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company, 
Limited; Submarine Telegraph Cable Manufacturers 
and Inventors ; 38, Old Broad Street, City, London. 
Submarine Telegraph Cables of different types suitable to 
depths varying from shoal water to 3,000 fathoms. 

Varley, S. Alfred ; Telegraph Engineer, Inventor ; Hat- 
field, Hertfordshire. 

Undemagnetizable Needle Telegraph Coil, adopted by the Postal 
Telegraph Department of the English Government. Dynamo- 
electric Machine. Electromotors. 

Zimdars, C. E. ; Manufacturer of Pneumatic Signal Appa- 
ratus, Inventor; 327, Gray's Inn Road, London. 

Pneumatic Signal and Communication Apparatus, consisting 
of Bells, Indicators, and Despatch Tubes. 


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Class 66. — Apparatus and Processes of Civil Engineering, 
Public Works, and Architecture. 

Building materials : stone, wood, metals ; ornamental stone ; 
lime, mortar, cements, artificial stone and concrete ; roofing tiles, 
bricks, paving tiles ; slates, pasteboard and felt for roofing. 

Apparatus and products of processes used in the preservation 
of wood. Apparatus and instruments for testing building materials. 

Apparatus for earthworks, excavators. Apparatus used in 
building yards. Tools and processes used by stone-dressers and 
cutters, masons, carpenters, tilers, blacksmiths, joiners, glaziers, 
plumbers, house painters, &c. 

Locksmiths’ work ; locks, padlocks, railings, balconies, bannisters, 
&c. 

Apparatus and engines used in making foundations ; pile-drivers 
and pile work, screw piles, pumps, pneumatic, apparatus, dredging 
machines, &c. Apparatus used in hydraulic works connected 
with harbours, canals, rivers. 

Apparatus used in the supply of water and of gas. Apparatus 
used in the maintenance of roads, plantations, and public walks. 

Models, plans, and drawings of public works ; bridges, viaducts, 
aqueducts, drains, canal bridges, dams, weirs, &c. 

Lighthouses. Public buildings for special purposes ; buildings 
for civil purposes ; mansions and houses for letting ; workmen’s 
towns, industrial dwellings, &c. 

The Abernant Ironworks & Collieries Company; Dinas 
Silicia Fire-brick Manufacturers; 18, New Bridge 
St., London. Works, Glyn Neath, Glamorganshire, 
South J Vales. 

Dinas Silica Fire-bricks, Clays, Cement, and Sand. 

Anderson, David, & Son; Patent Felt Manufacturers, 
Inventors of Improvements ; Lagan Felt Works, Bel- 
fast, Ireland, and 10, London St., Fenchurch St., 
London. (Agent in Paris, A. Ducroquet, 8e Co.. Rue 
de Cl erg, 42.) 

Patent Prepared Asphaltum Rooting and Flooring Felt, coated 
and sanded, for covering roofs and floors. Patent-Asphalte 
Roofing Felt, not coated, for covering all descriptions of erec- 
tions. Patent Slater’s Felt for lining roofs under slate, zinc, 
iron, &c. Patent Inodorous Felt for lining damp walls. 
Patent Ship Sheathing Felt for covering ships’ bottom under 
copper. Patent Non-conducting Hair Felt for covering boilers, 
steam pipes, &c., effecting a saving of 25 per cent. 

Bambridge & Crimson ; Designers and Manufacturers of 
General and Ornamental Ironwork ; Oakwellgate, 
Gateshead-on- Tyne, Durham. 

A pair of Ornamental Wrought-Iron Entrance Gates made for 
stone pillars, 11 feet opening. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 66. 


Baxter, Robert Cordy ; Fellow of the Royal Institute of 
British Architects ; Hethersett, Reigate , Surrey. 
Chairman of the Sub-Wealden Gypsum Company , 
Limited , Mountfield , near Battle , Sussex. 

Specimens of Gypsum from the mine. Wrought and Polished 
Specimens. Sample after baking (Plaster ox Paris). Models 
and Casts executed in the same. Specimens of Parian 
Cement. 

Bessbrook Granite Company (Tuos. M. H. Flynn, Mana- 
ger); Bessbrook, Ireland. 

A Polished Granite Obelisk (grey) from their Derramore 
Quarries. A Polished Granite Baptismal Font (blue) and a 
Polished Granite Column with Monumental Urn (blue) from 
their “ Bessbrook Special ” Quarries. 

Betliell, John, & Co.; Wood Creosoters; 38, King Wil- 
liam St., London, and at Greenwich, Grimsby, 
Boston, Bawtry , Hitchin, Dublin, Liverpool, Namur, 
Antwerp, Ghent, Vireux , fyc. ( Agent in Paris, M. 
Poupillicr, 24, Rue de Lisbonne.) 

Samples of Creosoted Timber, showing how creosoting has 
preserved timber by land and sea. Also Drawings and Models 
explaining the creosoting process. 

Boyle, Robert, & Son, Yentilating and Sanitary Engineers ; 
Inventors, Patentees, and Manufacturers; 100, Mit- 
chell St., Glasgow ; and Mansion House Buildings, 
London. 

Boyle’s Patent Self-acting Air Pump Ventilators for the venti- 
lation of churches, schools, public buildings, mansions, fac- 
tories, stables, sewers, ships, &c. They effectually and con- 
tinuously extract the foul air, have no mechanical motion, 
and are entirely free from down draughts or currents. 
Model of Boyle’s Patent Apparatus for application to boiler 
furnaces of steam ships or vessels for ventilating the vessels, 
preventing smoke, cooling the stoke-hole, and economising 
fuel. Patent Chimney Cowl for the prevention of a blow 
down in chimnies. Patent Smoke Extractor for assisting up- 
draught in bad going chimnies. 

Brooke, Edward, & Sons ; Sanitary Tube and Fire-brick 
Manufacturers; Fieldhouse Fireclay Works, Hud- 
dersfield. 

Sanitary Tubes, from 2 inches to 42 inches in diameter. Fire 
Bricks and Quarries for standing great heats in glass, copper, 
and iron furnaces. Glass, House, Pot Clays and Spelter 
Clays. Patent Sewer Ventilators. White, glazed, and coloured 
building Bricks. Gas Retorts, &c. 

Bullivant, Thomas ; Inventor ; 104, Ledbury Rd., Bays- 
water, London. 

Model of Air-tight, Noiseless Sliding Sash Window, for the 
prevention of accidents arising from cleaning windows from 
the outside, and the exclusion of dust, draughts, and moisture. 
Patented. 


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Burgh Castle Portland Cement Company, Limited ; Port- 
land Cement and Brick Manufacturers ; Burgh Castle, 
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. 

Portland Cement in its various stages of manufacture. Test 
Blocks which have borne a tensile strain of 1,120 lbs. on one 
and a half square inches after seven days’ immersion in water. 
White Suffolk Bricks. 

Campbell, Hugh, & Son ; Neivry Granite Polishing Works, 
Moor Quarries, Neivry, Ireland. 

A Polished Grey Granite Monument, 9 feet high and 2 feet 
3 inches square at base. 

Candy & Co. ; Patent Brick, Tile, and Pipe Works, Chud- 
leigh Rd. Station, Newton Abbot, Devon. 

Stoneware Bricks for Architectural use, Stoneware Bricks and 
Blocks for Paving and Engineering Works. Stoneware and 
Vitreous Clays. Stoneware Roofing and Paving Tiles. 
Building Bricks in white, huff, and red. Fire Bricks and Fire- 
clay. Potters’ Clay and Pipe-clay. Sanitary ware. Vitreous 
Clays for telegraph insulators and for the manufacture of 
vessels for domestic and chemical purposes. 

Chatwood, Samuel; Engineer, Inventor; 120, Cannon St., 
London ; Works, Lancashire Safe and 1,0 ck Works, 
Bolton. 

Dextuple Patent Compound Steel Bank Room, with central 
Hydraulic Steel Safe. Patent “ Invincible ” intersected Steel 
Bank Safe. An assortment of Patent Fire and Burglar 
Proof Safes. Patent “Invincible” Combination Bank Lock. 
An assortment of Patent “ Invincible ” Locks. 

Cheavin, George ; Water Filter Manufacturer ; Wide Bar- 
gate Filter Works, Boston, Lincolnshire. ( Agents 
in Paris, Decker and Mot, 168 and 176, Boulevard 
dc la Villette .) 

Improved Patent Self-cleaning Rapid Water Filters, in hard 
stoneware and in terra-cotta. Ironstone china richly decorated. 
Improved Self-acting Rapid Cistern Filter in wrought gal- 
vanized iron. New Refrigerator Filter. Water Bottles and 
Coolers. 

Chubb & Sou; Inventors, Lock and Safe Makers; 128, 
Queen Victoria St., London. Works, London and 
Wolverhampton. 

Patent Detector Locks, for all purposes. Cash Boxes, Paper 
Boxes, Writing Boxes, and Key Boxes. Specimens of richly 
ornamented Locks and Keys. Patent Fire-resisting and Thief- 
resisting Wrought-iron Sales, for hooks, cash, plate, and jewels. 
A hard Steel-plated Treasure Safe of extraordinary strength 
for bankers, combining three distinct safes one inside the other. 
(Exhibit also in Classes 24 and 25.) 

Clark & Company; Engineers, Inventors, and Manufac- 
turers; Rathbone Place, Oxford St., London. Paris, 
40, Rue Notre Dame des Victoires. 

Ornamental Shop Fronts constructed in brass and cast iron, 
fitted with Clark’s Patent Noiseless Self-coiling Steel Shutters; 


246 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 66. 


Cliff, Joseph, & Sons ; Manufacturers and Inventors ; Fire- 
clay Works , Worthy, Leeds. 

Series of Fire-clay Retorts, made lay our patent machine. 
Drawings of a Market, Railway Station, Stable, Bathing 
Room, illustrating the use of Glazed Bricks ; Drain Pipes of 
all sizes and kinds. Traps, &c. Glaz-d Bricks and Tiles, white 
and in set colours; also in various colours and patterns. Sink 
Stones, Chimney Tops, Garden Edgings, and General Terra- 
cotta Plumbago Crucibles for the melting of metals. Patterns 
of Fire-bricks and Lumps of all kinds. 

Collinson and Lock ; Cabinet Makers, Decorators, and 
Upholsterers; 109, Fleet St., London ; Works, Pear 
Tree Court, Clerkcniveli, London. 

A country house in the style of the 17th century, the inside 
fitted up and furnished complete. (See also Class 18.) 

Colthurst, Symons, & Co. ; Brick and Tile and Pipe 
Manufacturers, Inventors ; Bridgwater. 

Patent Roman Tiles. From then* close fitting they will not 
shift in rough weather, and are warmer in winter and cooler 
in summer than any other description of Tile or Slate roof. 
The saving of timber is considerable, as the . tiles are battened 
131 inches. Patent Ridge Tile, formed to match the tile 
above mentioned. The roll of tile is carried continuously 
over the ridge of the building, which gives a similarity of 
design. It does not require any mortar on the ridge. Patent 
Scouring Bricks (Bath Bricks) used for cleaning brasses and 
other metals, also furniture, and for many other purposes. 
Samples of other goods. 

Cubitt, William, & Co. ; Builders ; 258, Gray’s Inn Road, 
London. 

An English House of Timber framework, in the style prevalent 
during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James the First. 
The spaces between the timber supports are filled in with plaster 
panels, and an ornamental effect is produced by the insertion of 
various devices in wood embedded in the plaster. The carving 
is in all cases wrought in the solid timber. The moulded 
window frames are filled in with casements of light lead work, 
glazed in small panes called “ quarries,” arranged to form 
geometrical patterns ; this is effected by inserting the glass 
into a light leaden framework. The roof is covered with red 
tiles termed “ Plain Tiles.” The method of construction here 
illustrated was practised in England for domestic work from 
the 15th to the 17th century, and is known as “Half-timber 
Work.” The building has been designed and partly adapted 
from ancient examples by Gilbert R. Redgrave, Esq.,fhe Archi- 
tect of the Royal British Commission, and has been erected 
by Messrs. William Cubitt & Co., and placed by them at 
the disposal of II. 11. II. the Prince of Wales for the use of the 
Commission. Entrance Gates of w'rought and hammered iron, 
made for the Right Hon. Lord Crewe, and intended for one of 
the approaches at Crewe Hall, Cheshire. The gate piers are 
models of those executed in stone. Designed by Edward 
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The Cwmorthin Slate Co., Limited ; Slate Quarry Proprie- 
tors; 4, Cloak Lane, London, and Portmadoc, North 
Wales. 

Roofing Slates. 

de Michele, Vitale Domenico; Civil Engineer and Inventor; 
5, Westminster Chambers, London. 

Apparatus for testing Portland and other Cement (Michele's 
Patent). Apparatus for testing Wire and Paper (Carrington’s 
Patent) on the Pendulum Weight system. 

Boulton & Co.; Potters; High St., Lambeth, London. 
(Paris, 6, Rue de Paradis Poisson nibre.) 

Plumbago Crucibles. Fire-standing goods. Blue Metallic 
Wares. A house built entirely of brickwork and terra-cotta, 
with decorations in Doulton ware, consisting of bosses, reveal 
courses to windows, soffit blocks, &c. This house forms a 
part of the International Fa£ade. 

Boulton, H., & Co.; Potters; 63, High St., Lambeth, 
London. Works, Smethwick and Rowley Regis, Staf- 
fordshire ; St. Helens, Lancashire. ( Paris, 6 Rue 
de Paradis Pois sonnier e.) 

Sanitary Stoneware and Queen’s Ware. Sanitary appliances 
in action. Architectural and Horticultural Terra-cotta. (See 
also Class 20.) 

Boulton & Watts; Potters; Lambeth Pottery, London. 
(Paris, 6, Rue de Paradis Poissonniere.) 

Stoneware used in the manufacture of chemicals. Stoneware 
for general uses, filters, &c. (See also Class 20.) 

The Dunhall Steam Pottery Tile & Brick Company ; 
Brick, Tile, and Pottery Manufacturers and Inventors ; 
D unball, Bridgewater, Somerset. 

Grey and red perforated and solid Building Bricks. Oven 
and ornamental Bricks. Various kinds of roofing Tiles, grey 
red, dun, and glazed. Ridge, flooring, malt-kiln, and oven 
Tiles. Red ware Pottery. Land draining and socket Pipes 
for sanitary and horticultural purposes. 

Dunnachie, James; Fire-clay Manufacturer; 2, West 
Regent St., Glasgow. Works, Glenboig Star Fire- 
brick Works, near Coatbridge, Scotland. 

Fire-bricks as used in the Siemens’ furnace, forge, rolling 
mill, puddling, and all other descriptions of furnaces, subjected 
to the most intense heats and sudden changes of temperature. 
Glass-house Blocks. Fire-clay Tuyeres used in the Bessemer 
Steel process ; and samples of the Glenboig Star Fire-clay. 
Hislop’s Built Gas Retort. 

Edwards, George; Architect, Inventor, Manufacturer; 147, 
Brompton Road, London. 

One Window Frame and sliding Sashes, with two separate 
patent apparatus for fastening, opening, and closing the sashes. 
Models of two sash fasteners. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 66. 


Ewart, Richard ; Contractor, Inventor ; Ravensthorpe, 
Yorkshire. 

Three Designs of a new Double-grated Stench Trap and Slop 
Basin combined, with and without a ventilator, made of Fire- 
clay. 

Finch, John ; Bath Manufacturer, Inventor ; 9, Bucking- 
ham St., Strand, London. 

Royal Porcelain Bath, designed by H.E.H. the late Prince 
Albert, moulded and glazed in one piece, and complete in one 
firing. Fittings specially adapted for these baths to prevent 
fracture. Sinks and glazed Bricks of the same material as the 
baths. 

Francis & Co. ; Cement Manufacturers - ; Bridge Foot, 
Vauxhall, London, and Cliffe Creek on Thames, 
Gravesend. 

Portland and Parian Cement. 

Gardner, A,, & Son; Timber Preservers, Inventors; 86, 
Jamaica St., Glasgow. 

Method of preserving and seasoning Timber. Rapid seasoning 
of Furniture Woods. Specimens of Timber preserved from 
decay, dry-rot, &c. ; of Timber strengthened and freed from 
shrinkage ; of Timber rendered non-inflammable. 

Glenboig Fire Clay Co. ; Fire Brick and Sewage Pipe 
Manufacturers ; 68, Bath St., Glasgow. 

Gas Retorts. Blast and Glass Furnace Blocks. Sewage and 
Water Pipes. Bessemer Tuyeres, &c. 

Goldsworthy, Thos,, & Sons ; Emery Manufacturers, Inven- 
tors; Hulme, Manchester. 

Naxos Emery Stone. Turkey Emery Stone. Emery and Glass 
Cloths. Glass Papers. Britannia Knife Polish. 

Executors of the late S. J. Crook Graham & Co. ; Welded 
and Rivetted Boiler Makers, Inventors ; Premier Boiler 
B r orks, Premier St., Boothtown Road, Halifax. 

Graham’s Colonial Welded Boiler for hot water purposes, &c 
Graham’s Welded “ Yorkshire ” Boiler for heating public 
buildings, &c. Solid Welded Vertical Steam Boiler. Solid 
Welded Plain Saddle Boiler. Welded Harness and Coach 
House Boiler. Solid Welded Independent Dome Top Stove 
Boiler. Solid Welded Check Draught Saddle Boiler with 
three cross tubes. Solid Welded Medallion Boilers. Solid 
Welded Terminal End Saddle Boiler. Solid Welded Marine 
Steam Yacht Boiler. 

Grant, Robert; Inventor; 9, Tolhooth Wynd, Peterhead, 
Scotland. 

Composite Carriage and Footway Pavements and Ornamental 
Pavements. 


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H amble t, Joseph; Brick, &c. Manufacturer ; Piercy Blue 
Brick, Tile, and Pipe Works, West Bromwich, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Terra-Metallic Pavings, Copings, Building Bricks, Channel 
Tiles. 

Hamilton, James; Ironmonger, Mill Furnisher, 67, York- 
shire St., Rochdale, Lancashire. 

Hamilton’s Deflectors and ventilating Crosses for preventing 
down draughts and accelerating ascensional currents (pa- 
tented); and a variety of models illustrating their action. 

Harper & Moores ; Manufacturers of Fire-clay Goods ; 
Stourbridge. 

Fire-bricks, Fire-clays, Crucibles, Gas Retorts, Melting Pots 
for Glass Works, Blocks for furnaces of all kinds, and other 
refractory furnace material. (Exhibit also in Class 43.) 

Harrison, George King; Fire-brick Manufacturer; The 
Lye and Brettel Lane Fire-clay and Brick Works, 
Stourbridge. 

Stourbridge Fire-clays, in natural state as raised from G. K. 
Harrison’s mines. Specimens of the same after having been 
subjected to intense heat, showing no contraction. Stour- 
bridge Fire-bricks. Gas Retorts in one piece, and Bricks 
for making same in segments. 

Head, Wrightson, & Co. ; Teesdcde Iron Works, Stockton- 
on- Tees. 

Pulley Blocks. 

Hitcliins, Richard William ; Plasterer and Inventor ; 9, 
Devonshire Place , Stoke Newington Green, London. 

Small specimen showing Hitchin’s Rapid System of forming 
Ceilings, &c., already dried, one half the thickness and one 
third the weight of ordinary plastering. By using this process 
the dirt and loss of time in waiting for drying is avoided, and 
ceilings, so formed, cannot fall, and are absolutely uninflam- 
mable. 

Hobbs, Hart, & Co. ; Lock, Safe, and Strong Room Manu- 
facturers, Inventors ; 76, Cheap side, London. Works, 
Arlington Street, Islington, London. 

Jewel Closets and Bullion Vaults as made for Her Majesty and 
the Bank of England Treasury in 18/6. Locks for Banks, 
Mansions, Hotels, &c. 

Hollick & Co. ; Cement Manufacturers, Cement Works, 
Greenwich. 

Portland Cement in powder for Hydraulic Works, Plasterers, 
or other uses. Specimens of Cement worked up into concrete 
of different descriptions simply to show some of the uses to 
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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 66. 


Howorth, James; Consulting and Ventilating Engineer. 
Manufacturer and Inventor; Victoria Works , Farn - 
worth, near Manchester . 

James Howorth’s Patent Revolving Archimedian Screw Venti- 
lators ; self-acting by wind or driven by motive power. The 
self-acting Ventilators by wind abstract at an average velocity 
of the wind from 100 up to 1,500 cubic feet of air per minute 
each Ventilator according to diameter of Ventilator. The Ven- 
tilators driven by motive power will abstract from 2,000 up to 
15,000 cubic feet of air (charged with heavy dust, steam, or 
smoke) per minute. 

Hunter, James; Granite Polisher and Merchant; 209, 
King St., Aberdeen, and at Peterhead. 

Baptismal Font of red Peterhead Granite, all polished, and 
specimen columns of granite in various colours. 

Jennings, George; Sanitary Engineer, Inventor, and Manu- 
facturer ; Depot, Palace Wharf, Stan gate, London ; 
Terra-cotta Drain Pipe and Brick Works, Parkstone, 
Dor sets h ire. 

Water-closet, Lavatory, and Bath Room appliances; Sanitary 
and water fittings for dwellings, public buildings, and towns. 

Johnson, I. €., & Co. ; 25, Great Tower Street, London ; 
Works, Gateshead-on- Tyne, Greenhithe-on-Thames, 
and Cliffe, near Gravesend. 

Portland Cement. 

Kincaid, Joseph; Civil Engineer ; 11, Great George St., 
Westminster, London . 

Samples of Permanent Way actually in use. Models of the 
same and modifications as applicable to special circumstances. 

King Brothers; Manufacturers and Inventors; Fire Clay 
and Brick Works, Stourbridge. 

Specimens of Best Fire Clays produced from their mines ; also 
specimens of the same clays subjected to intense heat to show 
how little it contracts or is effected by it. Specimens of Fire 
Bricks, and Gas Retorts, Tank Furnace Blocks, Crucibles, &c. 

Kinsman, Rev. Prebendary ; Manufacturer ; Tintagel, near 
Camelford, Cornwall. 

Roofing Slates of different sizes. This slate is most compact 
in structure and perfectly non-absorbent. 

Lamprey, J. H. ; Editor, “ Industrial Art,” Inventor of the 
“ Gillow Lavatory;” St. Bun’s Park, Wandsworth, 
London. 

The Gillow Lavatory, a patented wash table constructed with 
the view to economize space. The basin, with the table upon 
which it rests, is tilted up when not in use, the act of closing 
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concealed in the woodwork beneath. The lavatory is only five 
inches in depth from back to front, and can be made of any 
width from side to side from 16 inches upwards. Manu- 
factured by Messrs. Gillow & Co.. London and Lancaster. 

Lascelles, William Henry ; Builder, Manufacturer, and 
Inventor; 121, Bunliill How , Finsbury, London. 

Thin slabs of Concrete to be used mostly as a building material 
instead of brickwork for paving, tanks, and many other pur- 
poses. The slabs are made quite plain of a pattern to resemble 
wall tiles, are one-sixth the thickness and weight of an ordinary 
brick wall, and, as they require support, are screwed to wood 
upright pieces. To show the application for buildings two cot- 
tages are erected at the entrance to the English Court next the 
Seine, where the walls, roofs, and floors are all of this material 
made in London. For houses of a better class the walls can 
be made double by simply screwing slabs on each side of the 
wood studs, and a great advantage of this mode of construction 
is the small number of trades required in building a house. 
The one-storey house at the entrance to the English Court is 
meant for a model workman's house, and is believed to contain 
every requisite for a workman in the simplest manner and the 
smallest space. The cottages exhibited were designed by 
R. Norman Shaw, Esq., R.A. As an example of a new method 
of making concrete bricks, see the front of the jury-house in 
the Grand Avenue in the English Department, which is built 
entirely of bricks of this description, and is designed by R. 
Norman Shaw, R.A. Also a stable of novel construction : — The 
floor of the stable is formed of a red cement clinker possessing 
greater hardness, better colour, and more perfect width than 
similar manufactures in clay. The outer yard is paved with 
red pebble pattern concrete tiles giving a good foothold and 
allowing water to drain away readily. (See also Classes 17 
and 85.) 

Lavers, Alfred Hamilton ; Cement Merchant ; Wharf, 
Nine Elms, London. 

Portland Cement in different stages of manufacture. Testing 
Machine, to show strength of cement. Keene’s Parian and 
Roman Cement. 

MacDonald (Alex.), Field, & Co. ; Designers and Workers in 
Granite ; Polished Granite Works, Aberdeen, Scot- 
land, and 369, Easton Road, London. 

A polished Red Granite Monument with grey granite base. 
A Red and Gray Granite Cross with polished ornaments. 
Specimen Columns of Granites used in business. 

McLean & Co. ; Cement Manufacturers, &c. ; St. Helen’s 
Wharf, 25, Bankside, Southwark, and Surrey Canal 
Cement Works, London. ( Agents in Paris, A. Leg rand 
et C ie , 22 bls Rue Lajitte.') 

Samples of McLean & Co.’s improved Keene’s and Parian 
Cements, in slabs and powder. Specimens of work executed 
in these cements. 


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Marshall, Alfred, & Co. ; Engineers and Boiler Makers ; 
Perseverance Iron Works , Heneage Street, White- 
chapel, London. 

Portable Asphalte Cauldron mounted on wheels. Small As- 
phalte Cauldron on wheels. Various) Asphalte Tools. (Ex- 
hibit also in Class 54.) 

Neville, Jackson ; Safe Maker, Inventor; 8, Walter Street, 
Fallowfield, Manchester. 

Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and Ladies’ Jewel Safe. 

Patent Selenitic Cement Company, Limited; Patentees 
and Inventors of the Selenitic Cement; 1, Great 
College St., Westminster , London. 

Specimens of Concrete consisting of one part Selenitic cement, 
six parts ballast, and one part sand, to show its suitability for 
building purposes generally. Specimens of Selenitic Cement 
and Sand pressed in a semi-wet state into plain and ornamental 
bricks. Specimens of Selinitic mortar composed of five parts 
of sand and one part of Selenitic Cement. 

Pen-yr-orsedd Slate Quarry Company, Limited ; Slate 
Quarry Owners, Manufacturers; Nantlle, near Car- 
narvon, North Wales. 

Slate Rock, Roofing Slates, Slabs planed and polished. Model 
Cistern. 

The Peterhead Granite Polishing Co. ; ( William 1-Ieslop, 
Manager), Quarriers and Workers, and Granite De- 
signers and Manufacturers ; Millbank, near Peterhead, 
Aberdeenshire. 

A Polished Red Aberdeenshire Granite Column on square base 
with Corinthian Capital and Urn on top of Shaft. A polished 
Red Granite Square Column on square base with urn on top 
of cope, raised panels on die and cable moulding round upper 
base. 

Pictor Sc Sons ; Stone Merchants and Quarry Owners ; Box, 
near Chippenham, Wilts. 

Four specimen Samples of Bath Stone; representing (1) Box 
Ground Stone, a good weather stone, uninjured by frost, 
suitable for external purposes ; (2) Stoke Ground Stone, simi- 
lar to No. 1 but of a milder nature and more economical in 
working ; (3) Corsham Down Stone, fine in texture and uni- 
form in quality, suitable for ornamental carving and general 
building, external and internal, but not so good as No. 1 for 
resisting weather ; (4) Farleigh Down Stone, similar to No. 3 
but milder in texture and in smaller average blocks. All are 
of moderate cost as compared with other building stones in 
Great Britain. 

Plymouth Fire Clay Company; Brick Manufacturers ; 53, 
Gracechurch St., London. Works, Gunnislake, near 
Tavistock. 

Fire Brick. Fire Clay. Blue vitrified Brick for paving. 
Blue vitrified garden-edge-tiles. White vitrified Brick. 


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Ramsay, George Heppel ; Coal Owner, Fire Brick, Retort, 
& Coke Manufacturer ; Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; Works, 
Blay don-on- Tyne, Derwenthaugh, and Svjahvel. 

Fire Clay, Retorts, Fire Bricks, Sanitary Pipes, Coke. Gares- 
field Coke. Cannel Coal. Gas Coal. Cokeing Coal, 

Salmon, Barnes, & Co.; Engineers, Iron and Brass Foun- 
ders, and Revolving Shutter Manufacturers ; Canal 
Head Foundry caul Engineering Works, Ulverston, 
Lancashire, and at Holborn Hill, Millom, Cumberland. 
Patent Revolving Motion for raising and lowering revolving 
shutters in wood, iron, or steel, together with a Patent Revol- 
ving Shutter in wood and one in iron. (Exhibit also in Class 50.) 

Scott’s Sewage Company, Limited; Manufacturers of Cement 
and Manure, Inventors; Royal Albert Hall, Ken- 
sington, London. Works, Birmingham, Burnley, and 
Blackburn. 

Portland and other Cements made from Water Carriage 
Sewage. Ammonic Fimus Manures made from dry excreta. 

The Sicker Safe and Strong Room Company, Limited ; Soho, 
near Birmingham. 

A patent “Sicker” Safe. (Exhibited in Class 18 in Messrs. 
Peyton and Peyton’s allotment.) 

The Silicated Carbon Filter Company ; Manufacturers and 
Inventors of Water Filters ; Church Road, Battersea, 
London. 

Filters for the purification of water for domestic and manu- 
facturing purposes. The filtering medium (silicated carbon) 
is in the form of blocks or slabs, securely fitted into the filter- 
ing vessel, and possessing the great advantage of being easily 
cleansed by scrubbing and washing. 

Smeaton, Win., & Sons ; Sanitary Engineers, Manufacturers 
and Inventors ; 9 and 10, Wych Street, and 9, New- 
castle Street, Strand, London. 

Patent Needle Bath with shower, plunge, and douche. Patent 
Tip-up Basins with concealed supply. Patent door-action 
Urinal. Patent Water waste preventing and regulating Closets, 
Bath Models, &c. 

Stiff, James, & Sons ; Stoneware and Terra Cotta Manu- 
facturers, Inventors ; London Pottery , High St., 
Lambeth, London. 

Drain Pipes of improved construction, and specially durable 
material. Stiff’s registered “ Interceptor” Sewcr-air Trap, for 
excluding sewer-air from houses. Weaver’s Ventilating 
Sewer-air Trap, and other recent sanitary inventions. Im- 
proved Water Filters, in new and ornamental designs. Models 
of brown and white Stoneware Chemical Apparatus, made 
specially hard to resist the strongest acids. Terra-Cotta 
Garden Vases, with new application of colour and other 


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ornamentation. Architectural Terra-Cotta Keystones, Trusses, 
String Courses, Medallions, &c., of rich warm tint, and per- 
fectly imperishable. Porous Ware, white and red, as used for 
telegraphic and other purposes. (Exhibit also in Class 20.) 

Stone, J., & Co. ; Manufacturers of Brass, Copper, and Iron 
Goods; Deptford, London. 

Patent Perfect Waste-preventing Valves and Taps for water- 
closets, sinks, drinking fountains, &c., suitable for either high 
or low pressure, arranged so that no more than a given quantity 
of water can possibly be drawn at one operation. Patent Per- 
fect Waste-preventing Water Closets, with and without arrange- 
ment for obtaining after flush, so as to trap the closet. Patent 
High Pressure Valves and Taps for domestic supply. Patent 
Fire Cocks and Valves for public buildings, &c. Patent Hy- 
drants, Stand Posts, Sluice Valves, &c. for water supply to 
towns, &c. Morris’s Patent Apparatus for drilling and tapping 
water mains under pressure, with patent ferrules for use in 
connexion with same. (See also Class GJ.) 

Tlie Tamar & Kit Hill Granite Co., Limited ; Hingston 
House, Gunnislake, Cornwall; Quarries at Gunnislake 
and Kit Dill . 

Paving, Curb, and Pitching, for street use. Drinking Foun- 
tain and Monumental work for Architectural Work. Samples 
showing the different class of dressing. 

Thomlinson & Salkela; Plaster and Cement Manufacturers ; 
34, Junction Road, and 6, Fowke's Buildings, Great 
Tower Street, London ; Works, Chartley, Stafford- 
shire, and Lough borough , Leicestershire. 

Group of the Three Graces, made of Exhibitors’ Casting 
Plaster, manufactured from stone raised from their mines. 
The imitation marble pedestal is made in Exhibitors’ English 
marble (or Keene’s) cement, and is illustrative of its value for 
decorative purposes. 

Tylor, Joseph, & Sons ; Engineers and Brass Founders ; 2, 
Newgate St., London ; Works, Warwick Square , War- 
wick Lane, Newgate St., London. 

Patent Water Meter and Fittings. This Water Meter regis- 
ters the quantities passing through it with the same accuracy 
under high, low, and varying pressures. The sizes up to and 
inclusive of two inches being made entirely of brass and gun 
metal, its accurate registration is not affected by corrosion. 
Diving Apparatus, adapted for use in deep and shallow waters. 
Soda Water Apparatus. Waste-preventing and Sanitary Ap- 
paratus. General brass work. 

Van Praag, Alex., & Co. ; Manufacturers of Filters, &c. ; 
9 ( late 35), Croicn St., Soho, London. 

Improved Portable Filters for household and traveller’s use. 
Boilerstone Collectors, to prevent incrustation in kettles or 
boilers. Patent Knife and Tool Sharpeners. 

Verity, Brothers; 127, Regent Street, L,ondon. 

Ventilating Apparatus for extracting heated air or smoke from 
any room. 


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White, William George ; Engineer and Inventor ; Albert 
Villa, New Malden, Surrey; and 23, Fenchurch St., 
London. 

Improved Safe and Locking Apparatus constructed to resist 
the violence of burglars. Models showing sections of the body 
of safe. Various shaped Bolts. 

Whitehead, John, & Co. ; Engineers, specially for Clay 
Machinery, Inventors, and Manufacturers ; Albert 
Works, Preston, Lancashire. 

A direct action Steam Machine for the manufacture of Earthen- 
ware Sewage Pipes, Fire Clay Gas Retorts, and Pipes for the 
flow of Chemicals, &c. 

Wood & Ivery, Limited ; Manufacturers ; Albion Blue, 
Red, and White Brick and Tile Works, Best Brom- 
wich, Staffordshire. 

Vitrified Blue Bricks, Copings, Pavings, &c., &c. Fire-proof 
Steps. J. W. Ivery’s Terra-Metallic Blue, Red, and White 
Ornamental String Courses, Vases, Mouldings, Trusses, &c., 
&c. 

Wouldham Cement Company ; Manufacturers of Portland 
Cement; 10a, King's Arms Yard, Moorgate St., Lon- 
don; Works, Wouldham, Rochester, Kent. 

Samples of the raw material from which Portland Cement is 
made. Samples of the Cement in its various stages of manu- 
facture, together with specimens of the practical use thereof. 

Wright, Sutcliffe, & Son ; Brass and Lead Founders, &c., 
Sanitary Engineers ; Adelaide St., Gibbet St., Halifax. 
Patented Bath Taps and Fittings, Toilet or Wash Basin Cocks 
and Fittings. Scullery or Kitchen Taps for hot or cold water. 
Patent High-pressure Double-action Water Taps that will 
admit of repairs when under pressure. Bath and Lavatory 
Taps in sterling silver plate. Sections of various Taps 
exhibited. Sanitary goods : — Cast Lead Syphon Traps for 
waterclosets, lavatories, & c., showing the mode of fixing and 
means of ventilating the same. Patent Steam Valve Taps. 
New and Improved Gland Steam Taps for high or low- 
pressure. 


Class 67. — Navigation and Life-saving. 

Drawings and models of slips, graving docks, floating docks, &c. 

Drawings and models of vessels of all kinds, sea-going and for 
rivers. Models of the systems of ship-building adopted in the 
navy. 

Boats and barges. 

Materials for the rigging of ships. 

Flags and signals. Apparatus for the prevention of collisions 
at sea. Buoys, beacons, &c. 

Apparatus for swimming, diving, and life-saving exhibited in 
action ; floats, swimming belts, &c. Diving belts, cork jackets, 
nautilus life-belts, &o. Submarine boats apparatus for saving 


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CATALOGUE. —CL ASS 67. 


life at sea, rocket apparatus, life-boats, &c. Apparatus of all 
kinds used for saving life from (ires and other accidents. 

Pleasure boats, yachts, &c. 

Annit, Robert Henry ; Lieutenant, Royal Navy ; 10, Craven 
St., Strand, London. 

Four Cycloidal Screw Propellers (patented) for propelling 
vessels through the water, whereby a saving, ranging between 
20 and 50 per cent,, is effected over all other screw propellers 
now in use. 

Ballai'die, Dougald ; 2, West Howard Street, Glasgow, 
Works, 29, Waterloo Street, Glasgow. 

Model of Quarter. ship, with launching apparatus for saving 
life at sea : — Full working model, scale 1 inch to 1 foot. By 
means of this arrangement shown on the model, quarter-boats 
and others may be instantly and safely launched for the pur- 
pose of saving life at sea, or on lakes and rivers. 

The Barrow Shipbuilding Co. ; Barrow in Furness. 

Model of a Steamship for the “ American Line,” for Atlantic 
service. 

The Berthon Boat Co., Limited ; Manufacturers and 
Inventors of Collapsible Boats; 30, Bedford Roiv, 
London. Works, Romsey, Hampshire. 

Specimen of Dinghy (youyou) for small Yachts. Specimen of 
Fighing and Shooting Boat. Light Pontoons for military and 
exploration purposes. Models of larger boats showing how they 
are applicable to Troop and Emigrant Ships. All collapsible. 

Biffen, William Henry, jun. ; Boat Builder and Waterman ; 
3, Rose Cottages, Commercial Road, Bedford . 

Two Glass Cases to represent boathouses. One case con- 
taining models of pleasure boats, as used on the Thames, Isis, 
and Cam. The other of racing boats, as used by the Oxford 
and Cambridge crews. 

Birt, J. & A. W. ; Manufacturers of Life Saving Apparatus ; 
Dock Street, London. 

Life Belt, designed by Rear Admiral Ward, R.N., adopted by 
the Royal National Life Boat Institution for its life boat 
crews. Life Belt for the use of life boat crews, designed by 
Richard Lewis, Esq., Secretary of the Royal National Life 
Boat Institution. 

Brice, William A. ; Inventor and Patentee ; Care of Clifford 
Poulter, 4a, Middle Temple Lane, London. 

Model of Patent Boat Lowering and Disengaging Apparatus 
ensuring the simultaneous release of both ends, either at 
pleasure by drawing out a pin or rope’s end, or automatically 
on being waterborne, yet under all circumstances the boat 
remains secure till the moment required. (Exhibits also in 
Class 12.) 

Brane & Co. ; Eden Works, Eden. St., Hampstead Road, 
London, and the Wharf, Abingdon, Berks, 

Launch, Engine. 

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Chadburn & Son ; Opticians and Ships’ Telegraph Makers, 
Manufacturers and Inventors ; 71 and 73, Lord Street, 
and 11, Waterloo Road, Liverpool. 

Chadburn’s patent Repeating Engine Telegraph. Patent 
Steering Telegraph with repeating tell-tale from Rudder-head, 
and patent Engine Counter. 

Crispin, William Henry ; Copper Smelter, Inventor ; 
Marsh Gate Lane, Stratford, near London. 

Folding-up “ Boat ” for yachts, tourists, troop and passenger 
ships. These Boats are made of “ steel,” “ copper,” or 
“ brass,” either corrugated or plain, and are rendered un- 
sinkable by means of bags filled either with air or cork. 
They fold up into one third the width of an ordinary boat and 
are about one half the weight. 

Cunard, Burns, & Maclver ; A Steam-Ship Company ; 8, 
Water Street, Liverpool. 

Model of the Steam-Ship “ Gallia,” for the “ Cunard ” Line, 
now building by Messrs. James and George Thomson, Glasgow. 

Cunningham, Shaw, & Co. ; Originators and sole Registered 
Owners of the “ Crown Brand” for Oars, Handspikes, 
&c. ; 21 and 23, Water Street, I Aver pool. 

Three sets of White Ash Oars. Three sets of Spruce Spoon 
Oars. Three sets of Spruce Oars. Specimens of White Ash 
Oars, rough and finished. Boat-hooks and poles. Hickory 
handspikes, and round Hickory bars. 

Dunlop, Robert Henry Wallace, C.B. ; Late H.M. Bengal 

Civil Service, Inventor; 12, Kent Gardens, Ruling, 
London. Works, Blenheim Works, Eagle Wharf 
Road, Hoxton, London. 

Apparatus for assisting Swimmers. Oval plates for affording 
remarkable power, endurance, and speed. 

East and West India Dock Company ; (J. L. Du Plat 
Tayloi:, Secretary) ; Dock House, Bi/liter Square, 
London. 

The East India and West India Docks. A model on a scale of 
70 feet to 1 inch, constructed by Mr. H. Welch, Bow, London. 
These extensive docks are situated on the River Thames, about 
2| miles from the City of London, with which they are imme- 
diately connected by railway. They now represent a water 
area of 135 acres, and 221 acres of quays, warehouses, sheds, 
works, &c. During the year 187b, 1,384 vessels (exclusive of 
colliers or coasters) with a register tonnage of 826,533 tons 
entered the docks, and 1,U75 vessels with a register tonnage 
of 862,376 tons loaded outward. The warehouses are capable 
of housing 190,000 tons of goods. 

Hall, Julius ; Inventor ; 90, Chancery Lane, London. 

A Working Model of a Fire Extinguisher in warehouse or 
theatre. A Working Model of a Fire Extinguisher on board 
ship. A Turret of new design for War Ships, A Drill for 
drilling square holes by rotary motion. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 67. 


Head, Wrightson, & Co. ; Engineers, Ironfounders, Bridge 
Builders, Inventors ; Teesdale Iron Works , Stockton- 
on- Tees. 

Moore’s patent Pulley Blocks to lift from 20 cwt. to 10 tons. 
One Moore and Head’s patent Hand-hoist to lift 10 cwt., 
fitted with Ley’s patent brake. 

Homfray & Co. ; Signal Manufacturers, Inventors, and 
Patentees; 7, Great Winchester Street Buildings , 
Old Broad Street, London. ( Agent in Paris, J. Ayl- 
mer, 4, Hue de Naples.') 

Mechanical Telegraphs for working the Engines or for Steerage 
of Ships, with automatic reply, as used in the English Marine. 
Pneumatic Pipes for the transmission of small articles in 
houses. Pneumatic Telegraph for signalling the working of 
engines, or for steerage of ships. Signal Apparatus of all 
kinds. Pneumatic Bells and Indicators. Buttons and ropes 
to suit different styles of furniture. 

Hunter & English ; Engineers and Millwrights ; Bow Road, 
London. 

A Steam Launch, about 50 ft. long by 8 ft. beam, to run upon 
the River Seine. A “ Willans patent ” Engine, having cylin- 
ders 5 inches in diameter and 6 inch stroke. One 6-inch 
centrifugal pump driven by a “ Willans ” patent Engine for 
circulating water through surface condensers. One stern tube, 
stern shaft, thrust block and propeller for a small Steam 
Launch. One six horse-power horizontal Steam Engine with 
feed pump, fly-wheel, governor, and throttle valve complete. 

Inman Steamship Company ; 22, Water St., Liverpool. 
Full-rigged Model of the Inman Steamship Company’s Royal 
Mail Steamer “ City of Berlin,” built and engined by Messrs. 
Caird & Co., of Greenock, 1875. Length 520 feet, breadth 
45 feet, depth 36 feet ; gross tonnage 5,490 tons, net 3,140 
tons ; indicated horse-power 5,000 horses, nominal 1,000 horses ; 
speed 15i knots. 

Knight, S. , 4, Ordnance Row, Portsmouth. 

Universal Wood Pavement, adapted for railway stations, steam 
ships, corridors, &c. 

Lafargue, A.; Civil Engineer; 141, Avenue Malakoff , 
Paris. 

Improved noiseless Hydraulic Apparatus for Steering Ships. 

Laird, Brothers ; Shipbuilders and Engineers ; Birkenhead 
Iron Works, Birkenhead, Cheshire. 

Models and Plans of vessels of various classes, designed, built, 
and fitted with engines by the Exhibitors. 

Lewin, David James ; Steam Launch Builder and Engineer, 
Inventor ; 1 10, Cannon Street, London. Works, 

Victoria Wharf, Fulham, London, and Engine 
Works, Poole, Dorset. Agents in Paris, Muller and 
Roux, 138, Rue Amelot. 

A Steam Pleasure Launch made of steel, 45 feet long, with 
well fitted cabin ; will attain a speed of 16 miles an hour. 


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Lipman & Co. ; Licensees of Dick’s Extincteurs ; 141, West 
George Street, Glasgow. 

Twelve No. 5 Dick’s new Patent Extincteurs, self-acting 
fire engines. Sixty No. 5 Dick’s new Patent Chemical Ex- 
tincteur charges. The extinguisher consists of a cylindrical- 
shaped vessel with aperture for charging it with chemicals, and 
tap and tube for directing the contents on the fire. It is filled 
with water, which becomes by the admixture of two chemicals 
densely charged with carbonic acid gas, and destroys combus- 
tion. It stands always charged and available for instant 
action. The working pressure produced by the compressed 
gas generated within the apparatus varies from 120 to 210 lbs. 
per square inch, and the range of the jet is from 40 to 50 feet. 
The chemicals never lose their strength. 

Livie, David; Boat Builder; Boat Building Works, 
Victoria Docks, Dundee. 

A small Model Boat (a ladies’ randan), with fittings. A Model 
Boat. 

The London and Glasgow Engineering and Shipbuilding 
Co., Limited ; 34, Gracechurch Street, London, and 
162, Lancefield Street, Glasgow. 

A full-rigged Model of the Steam Ship “ Glenartney,” winner 
of the China Tea Race in 1874, 1875, and 1876. 

Mackie, Samuel Joseph; Civil Engineer ; Faversham, Kent. 
Models of Improved Steamers for channel passage and 
general passenger service. Also for canal service. Water-colour 
Drawing and Models of Steam Ships for the improvement 
of the channel passage, for canals, and for naval war purposes. 

( See also Class 68.) 

Martin, C., & Co. ; Patentees and Manufacturers of Patent 
Anchors, Chain Cables, and Hydraulic Steering 
Apparatus ; 2, London St. and 72, Mark Lane, City, 
London. Works, Glasgow , Scotland. 

Two Martin’s Patent Anchors of 41 tons each, for H.M. Iron- 
clad Ship “ Neptune,” and five of smaller sizes. Model of the 
bows of H.M. Ironclad Ship “Alexandra,” fitted with Martin’s 
Patent and also common Anchors. Model of the Martin’s 
Patent Hydraulic Steering Apparatus, and a length of Martin’s 
Patent “ Zig-zag ” Chain Cable. A Model of Admiral Sir C. 
Commerell’s Patent Square Rudder. 

Meyer, Frank John; Civil Engineer, Inventor; b12, 
Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. Works, The Hamil- 
ton's Windsor Iron Works, Garston, near Liverpool. 
Model of small type of Cable Towing Steamers. Model of 
Drums. Model of Paying-out Apparatus for large type of 
Steamers. Sample of Screw Coupling. Sample of Cable 
Swivel. 

Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron Co., Limited ; Shipbuilders, 
Engineers, and Iron Manufacturers ; Jarrvw, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, and at London. 

Model of a light-draught Gunboat for river service. Model of 
a Transatlantic Passenger Steamer. 

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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 67. 


Parratt, George Frederick ; Inventor ; Windham Club, St. 
James' Square, London. 

Model of Collapsible Life Raft, with three keels : the central 
cylinder of metal or wood for stowage of provisions, water, and 
signals : the external cylinders are composed of a cork com- 
position, to which are attached air-tight hags to give additional 
buoyancy when inflated. 

Roy, Eugene Armand; Inventor; 1, Lady Margaret 
Road, Kentish Town, London. 

Model embodying a notion for attaining stability in Passenger 
Vessels. The vessel is connected with two buoyant cylinders 
and a broad platform by steel rods. 

Russell, John Scott, Fellow of the Royal Society; Engi- 
neer ; Sydenham, Kent ; and Lumley, Henry ; Asso- 
ciate of the Institute of Naval Architects; 31, St. 
James's St., London ; Joint Inventors. 

Model of improved Steering Apparatus for Ships and specially 
for Ships of War, the invention being an addition to and com- 
bination with the “ Lumley ” Rudder, by which the steering 
manoeuvring and management of ships will be much im- 
proved. 

Siebe & Gorman ; Submarine and Electric Engineers, In- 
ventors, and Manufacturers; 17, Mason St., West 
minster Bridge Road, London. 

Improved Diving Apparatus as used in the Royal Navy, Sub- 
marine Electric Lamps, also Oil Lamps for Submarine pur- 
poses. Alfred Varley’s Patent Dynamo-electric Machine for 
the production of the Electric Light. (Exhibit also in 
Class 52.) 

Steedman & McAlister ; Makers of Cork Life Buoys, 
Jackets, and Fenders, Inventors ; Alma Worlts, 248, 
Paisley Road , Glasgow. 

Life Buoys of solid Cork, made by a new process possessing 
great strength and buoyancy. Life Jackets of the best mate- 
rial. Cork Fenders in manilla, hemp, and coir, best new 
cordage. 

Stone, J., & Co. ; Manufacturers of Brass, Copper, and Iron 
Goods, Inventors ; Deptford, London. 

New Patent Navy Pumps and Fire Engines, adopted in most 
of the European navies, with deck or suction plates so as to 
draw water from any number of different places in a vessel. 
Patent portable Ships’ Pump and Fire Engine. New Patent 
Duplex Valve Water-closet for fitting above the water-line. 
Patent “ Downton ” Ships’ Water-closet for fitting under the 
water-line. Improved Night Life Buoy. Improved Port 
Lights or Side Scuttles. Copper and Cast Metal Nails and 
Fittings for Boats. (See also Class 66.) 

Sunderland Shipbuilders’ Association ; Sunderland. 

Models of various descriptions of Vessels (both steam and 
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Thompson, William Bruce ; Engineer and Iron Shipbuilder, 
Inventor ; Caledon Ship Yard and Tay Foundry , 
Dundee. 

A Windlass fitted with an ordinary pressure gauge to indicate 
when the strain on the cable approaches the breaking point. 
An improved Steering Gear of extreme simplicity and great 
strength combined with increased power, the leverage is 
obtained by the sliding block arrangement in the crosshead. 

Thomson, Sir William ; The University , Glasgow. 

Mariner’s Compass. Machine for Navigational Soundings. 
(Exhibited in Class 15 in Messrs. Lege & Co.’s case.) 

Thomson, James & George ; Clyde Bank Foundry, Glas 
gow. 

Model of the Steam-ship “ Columbia,” now building for Messrs. 
D. Hutcheson & Co.’s line between Glasgow and the Highlands. 

Vansittart, Mrs. Henrietta ; Bell House, Montpelier Row , 
Twickenham. 

The Lowe- Vansittart Curved Pitch Line Propeller, abolishes 
vibration, enables a ship to go straightly astern, prevents drag 
from shaft and engines, gives 1 to 2 knots per hour more 
speed with a lower consumption of coal, &c. 

Watts, James Wren ; Hemp and Flax Hackle Manufac- 
turer ; 46, Old St., St. Luke's, I.ondon. 

A Moveable Buoyant Ship’s Bunk or Sleeping Berth, capable 
of carrying when afloat 2 cwt. Life rafts are formed by lashing 
three or more berths together by the lashings attached. The 
bunk contains a life jacket, and a locker for provisions and 
water. 

White Star Line; (Ismay, Lurie, & Co., Agents); 10, 
Water St. , Liverpool ; 34, Leadenhall St., London. 

Full Models of the Royal Mail Steamships ‘ Britannic ” and 
“Germanic,” 5,008 tons register, 760 horse- power (nominal). 
Models of the Engines of the “ Britannic ” and “ Germanic.” 
Oil painting of the “ Britannic ” leaving Liverpool for New 
York. 

Whitworth, Sir Joseph, & Co., Limited ; Engineers, Manu- 
facturers, and Inventors ; 44, Chorlton St., Man- 
, Chester. 

Screw Propeller Shaft Forging made from a hoop of fluid- 
pressed steel and forged hollow. Strength of metal 40 tons 
per square inch, ductility 30 per cent. ; by being hollow one- 
third of the weight is saved. Air Vessel for Torpedo made of 
fluid-pressed steel to withstand a proof pressure of 150 lbs. 
to the square inch. (Exhibited in Class 68.) 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 68. 


Wigzell, Halsey, & Co. ; Engineers and Steel Launch Builders ; 
82, Mark Lane , London. Works , Torpedo Wharf, 
Wandsworth, London. 

A Steel Torpedo Boat, with our Greek Fire equipment, pro- 
pelled by our patent engine, boiler, screw propeller, shafting, 
&c. (Exhibit also in Class 54.) 


Class 68. — Materials and Apparatus por Military Purposes. 
Military engineering and fortifications. 

Artillery, gun-carriages, and weapons and projectiles of every 
kind. 

Military equipment, clothing, and encampments. 

Military transport service. 

Military topography and geography. 

Brown, John, & Co., Limited ; Iron and Steel Manufac- 
turers ; Atlas Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield. 

Armour Plates. Steel Shot. Patent Railway Wheel (with 
paper centres). Paper Centre for Wheel. Samples of Mild 
Atlas Steel. Patent Dead Weight Safety Valve. 

Cammell, Charles, & Co., Limited ; Iron and Steel Manu- 
facturers ; Cyclops Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield. 
(. Agents in Paris, A. Leroy &,- Cie., 5, Cite Trevise.) 

Armour Plates and Steel Goods. 

Clark, Edward Podmore ; Captain, Herefordshire Militia, 
Inventor and Patentee ; 33, Green Park, Bath. 

Military Model Apparatus for illustrating and teaching drill 
movements. The chief feature in the Model is the turning 
principle or simultaneous movements of ranks, so that all 
retiring movements and deployments, as well as forward ones, 
can now be illustrated. The places of officers, &c. are shown 
on the Board. 

The Hale-Macdonald War Rocket and Torpedo Company; 

Manufacturers and Inventors ; 4, Bridge Chambers , 
171, Queen Victoria St., London. 

War Rockets (various) fitted with shot heads, also with gun 
cotton and shrapnel shells. Life Saving Rockets for con- 
veying lines to stranded vessels. Self-propelling Torpedoes. 
Towing Torpedoes. Stationary, Electric, and Contact 
Torpedoes, and various apparatus connected with the above. 

Mackie, Samuel Joseph ; Civil Engineer ; Faversham, Kent. 

Models of Cartridges, Cubes, Grains, and other forms of 
Cotton Powder for blasting and other purposes. (Also 
Class 67.) 


CATALOGUE.— -CLASS 68. 


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Whitworth, Sir Joseph, & Co., Limited ; Engineers and 
Manufacturers; 44, Chorlton St., Manchester. 

9-pr. Breech-loading Gun, with light carriage and limber made 
of fluid-pressed steel. Box of Projectiles. Perforated Armour 
Plates, and the projectiles with which they were perforated : 
these projectiles are made of fluid-pressed steel. Section of bore 
of a Gun showing Whitworth form of rifling. Cylinder Linings 
made from a hoop of fluid-pressed steel and enlarged to size 
by being forged. Ingot of Fluid-pressed Steel, in section. 
Ingot of Steel not pressed, in section. Hydraulic Cylinder 
made of fluid-pressed steel to stand a working pressure of 
4 tons to the square inch. Machine Tools, &c. 5-inch Self- 
acting Foot Lathe. Screwing Apparatus. Internal and Ex- 
ternal Standard and Screw Gauges. 12-inch Measuring Ma- 
chine. Standard Measures of Length. Photographs of Work- 
shops. 40 Photographs of Tools, &c. Surface Plates. Metal 
Testing Machine. Screw Propeller Shaft Forging, made from 
a hoop of fluid-pressed steel and forged hollow ; by which one- 
tliird of the weight is saved. Air Vessel for Torpedo, made of 
fluid-pressed steel to withstand a proof pressure of 1,500 lbs. to 
the square inch. 

Woods, Cocksedge, & Co. ; Engineers and Agricultural 
Implement Makers, and Inventors ; Suffolk Iron 
Works, Stowmarket, Suffolk. ( Agent in Paris, 
Th. Pilter, 24, Rue Alibcrt.) 

Wood’s Patent Universal Hematite Iron Target; is stronger 
than any other. Each target has on its face all the marks 
required by the English Government regulations for volunteer 
service, so that it can be formed into 1st, 2nd, and 3rd class 
targets. Four slabs are sufficient for every class of target. 
(See also Class 52.) 


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SEVENTH GROUP. 


ALIMENTARY PRODUCTS. 


Class 69. — Cereals, Farinaceous Products, and Products 

DERIVED FROM THEM. 

Wheat, rye, barley, rice, maize, millet, and other cereals in grain 
and in flour. 

Grain without husk, and groats. 

Fecula from potatoes, rice, lentils, &c., gluten. 

Tapioca, sago, arrowroot, cassava, and other fecula, compound 
farinaceous products, &c. 

Italian pastes, semolina, vermicelli, maccaroni. 

Alimentary preparations as substitutes for bread, home-made 
paste, &c. 

Berger, Samuel, & Co. ; Manufacturers and Patentees of 
Improved Patent Rice Starch ; Starch Works, Bromley- 
by-Bow, London. ( Agents in Paris, Noblet fy Buret, 
277, Rue de Vaugirard.) 

Rice Starch, blue and white. Starch from the stoves during 
the several stages of drying, showing progress of the granu- 
lation. Madras and Bengal Rice. Gluten and Fibre. 

Chamberlin, James ; Manufacturer of Game and Poultry 
Food, Inventor; Post Office St., Nonvich. 

Aromatic Spanish Meal and Caycar Excelsior, for feeding and 
rearing pheasants, partridges, and all kinds of game. Canadian 
Meal and Aromatic Compound, for feeding and rearing turkeys, 
geese, ducks, and all kinds of poultry. 

Colman, J. & J. ; Mustard, Starch, Washing Blue, and 
Corn Flour Manufacturers ; 108, Cannon St., London ; 
and Car rote Works, Nonvich. 

Starch and Corn Flour. (See also Classes 47, 52, and 74.) 

Edmunds & Cater ; Tea Dealers and Italian Warehousemen 
38 and 44, Craven Rd., Westbourne Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London. 

“The Great Western Baking Powder,” for making bread 
without yeast and pastry without eggs. The “ Empress Indian 
Currie Powder.” “The Royal Initial and Monogram Bon 
Bons.” 

Grant, John ; Grain Miller ; Craig Mills, Strathmartine- 
by-Dundee. 

Scotch Groats and Oatmeals, Scotch Pot and Pearl Barleys. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 69. 


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Hoilington, Joseph ; Cattle Food Manufacturer and In- 
ventor ; General Seedsman ; Spice Mills, Wolverley, 
Kidderminster. 

Hollington’s Food for Cattle, a spicy aromatic compound for 
seasoning the Food of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs. It 
greatly assists the digestive organs and acts as a preventative to 
the various diseases to which cattle, &c., are liable. Samples 
of Malt for brewing. Samples of Seed Corn. 

James, Edward, & Sons ; Manufacturers of Starch, &c., In- 
ventors ; Sutton Hoad, Plymouth. ( Agent in Paris, 
E. Laurier, 24, Rue des Halles.) 

Starch for laundry and manufacturing purposes. (Exhibited 
in Class 47.) 

Jones, Orlando, & Co. ; Original Inventors and Manufac- 
turers of Rice Starch ; York Road, Battersea, London. 
Starch from rice. Entire Wheat Flour. 

Keen, Robinson, Bellville, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Mus- 
tard, Patent Barley, Groats, &c. ; 6, Garlick Hill, 
Cannon St., and Red Lion St., Holborn, London. 
Preparations from Barley and Oats — Robinson’s Patent 
Barley, Groats, Scotch Oatmeal and Pearl Barley. (Exhibited 
in Class 74.) 

Mumford, Peter, & Son ; Flour and Corn Factors and Spice 
Merchants ; Newcastle Granary and Steam Mills, 
Farringdon Road, London. 

Flour, Com, Seeds, Oatmeal, Split Peas, Prepared Pea Flour, 
Groats and Barley, Crushed Linseed, Spices, &c. 

Mumford, Peter, Junior ; Royal Flour Mills, Victoria Em- 
bankment, Vauxhall, London. 

Wheaten Flour. 

Parsons, Fletcher, & Co. ; Starch Manufacturers ; Dyer's 
Buildings, Gravel Lane, Southwark, London. 

Rice Starch. 

Snodgrass, James; Miller and Grain Merchant; Saucel 
Mills, Paisley, Scotland. 

Pea Flour. A Flour solely manufactured from Pease, can be 
cooked in a variety of ways as puddings, soups, and brose, is 
wholesome, highly nutritious, and easily digested. Scotch 
Oatmeal, the edible part of Oats used for porridge, cakes, 
puddings, and a variety of other dishes. 

Spratt’s Patent Biscuit Company ; Biscuit Manufacturers ; 
Henry St., Tooley St., Bermondsey, London. Paris, 
36, Rue Caumartin. 

Patent Meat Fibrine Dog Cakes, made of sound meal and 
meat, and contain dates and other ingredients. Poultry Meal, 
Game Meal, and Pheasant Food, for rearing all kinds of 
poultry and game. Pig Food, to assist in fattening. Cat 
Food, made from fresh beef and other sound materials. Dog 
Soap. Dog Medicines. Navy Biscuits of all kinds. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 70. 


Staii-bi'idge, S., & Co. ; Maltsters ; Canal Bank , Camberwell, 
London. ( Agent in Paris, A. Evrard, 38, Hue Notre 
Dame des Victoires .) 

Imperial Black and Brown Malts (speciality) for colouring 

Beers. Patented. 

Thomson, James, & Sons ; 5, Leven St., Edinburgh, and 
132, West gate Road, Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

Oatmeal : Coarse, Medium, and Fine Ground. Oatmeal 

Cakes. 

Thorley’s (J. W.) Cattle Food Co., Limited; Manufacturers 
104, PVorship St., Bishopsgate St., London. ( Agent 
in France, Alfred Watkins, 3, Rue de Provence.) 

Cattle Food. 


Class 70. — Bread and Pastry. 

Various kinds of bread, with or without yeast, fancy bread and 
bread in shapes, compressed bread for travelling, military campaigns, 
&c. ( See biscuits.) 

Pastry of various kinds peculiar to each country. Gingerbread 
and dry cakes capable of being preserved. 

Barr, P. W., & Co. ; Biscuit Manufacturers and Inventors ; 
Juniper St., Bankhall, Liverpool. 

Fancy and Sweet Biscuits. Navy Biscuits. “ Old Calabar ” 
Patent Meat Dog Biscuits. “ Old Calabar ” Patent Plain 
Dog Biscuits. “ Old Calabar ” Patent Poultry Meal. “ Old 
Calabar ” Patent Brazilian Poultry Meat. 

Christie & Co. ; Manufacturing Drysalters, Inventors ; Royal 
Mint St., London. 

Pure Digestive Baking Powders. Soda Ash. Refined Alkalies. 
Soda Crystals. Bicarbonate of Soda. Tartaric Acid. 

Clarke, W. G. ; Regent's Canal, Commercial Road, Lime- 
hous e, London. 

Buffalo Meat Biscuit for Dogs, Prepared Poultry Food and 
Granulated Meat for Pheasants, &c. 

Huntley & Palmers ; Biscuit Manufacturers, Inventors ; 
Reading ; and 9, Rood Lane, London. 

Plain and Fancy Biscuits and Cakes. 

Middlemass, Robert; Biscuit Manufacturer ; 77, Causeway- 
side, and 19 Sf 20, West Preston St., Edinburgh. 
(. Agents in Paris, Alfred Smyth Co., 17 fy 19 Rue 
de Maubeuge.) 

The original and genuine Albert Biscuit. 

Parkinson Brothers ; Wholesale Confectioners, Inventors ; 
43, Hammerton St., Burnley. 

Baking Powders, viz.. Pastry Powder, Egg Powder, and Cus- 
tard Powder, all pure, containing neither alum nor other 
injurious ingredient. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 71. 


267 


Peek, Frean, & Co.; Fancy Biscuit Manufacturers, Inven- 
tors ; Drummond Road , London. 

Machine-made Fancy Biscuits. 

Richards & Co. ; Self-raising Flour and Baking Powder 
Manufacturers and Inventors ; 81, High St., Maryle- 
bone, London. 

Self-raising Flour, to he used for making bread or pastry 
without the use of yeast or other ferments. Baking Powder, 
for use in making pastry, puddings, &c. without fermentation. 

Romary, Alfred ; Water Biscuit Manufacturer ; 26, Church 
St., Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 

The celebrated “Tunbridge Wells” Water Biscuits ; their 
composition is very nutritious. 

Walker, John; Biscuit Manufacturer; Royal Biscuit Fac- 
tory, Cleveland Street, Glasgow. 

Royal Tea Biscuits. Royal Wine Biscuits. Royal Water 
Biscuits. Entire Wheaten Meal Biscuits. Sweet Oaten Bis- 
cuit manufactured from Flour of Corn. Scotch Farls (Oatmeal 
Cakes). Scotch Oatmeal. Oaten Flour or Flour of Groats. 
Scotch Oats from East Lothian. 

Wilson, Thomas ; Pastry Baker; 122, Main St., Anderston, 
Glasgow. 

Oatmeal, Oatena, Oatmeal Cakes. Shortbread. Scotch Buns. 
Baptismal and Birthday Cakes. 


Class 71. — Fatty Substances used as Food. Milk and 

Eggs. 

Fatty substances and oils good for food. 

Fresh and preserved milk ; fresh and salt butter ; cheese. 

Eggs of all kinds. 

Clanchy, Timothy J. ; Butter Merchant and Exporter ; 
Munster Dairies Depot, Cork. Works, Watercourse, 
Cork. 

Genuine Grass Butter, specially prepared and packed for ex- 
port, for long voyages and hot climates. 

Geyelin & Co. ; Civil Engineers, Inventors, Manufacturers ; 
Belgrave House, Argyle Square, London. 

Concentrated Animal and Vegetable Food, separate and 
combined. 

Hooker, J. ; Fellow of the Chemical Society, Analytical 
Chemist; 104, Upper Thames Street, London. 
Condensed Milk, prepared in May, 1871, which has been ex- 
posed to the air for seven years (Butter was made from a por- 
tion of the milk when four years and three months old). 
Condensed Milk, and other preparations made with Milk. 


268 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 72. 


Hooker’s Cream-Milk Company, Limited ; Shardlow, Derby- 
shire, and London. 

“ Cream-Milk.” “Cream-Milk and Cocoa.” “ Grimwade’s 
Desiccated Milk.” Hooker’s Patent Soda Water and Milk; 
and other preparations made with Milk. 

Stafford, J., Sons, & Oswin ; Cheese Factors ; Campbell St., 
Leicester. 

Stilton Cheese, manufactured from a judicious mixture of 
cream and new milk. (Exhibitors also in Class 46.) 


Class 72. — Meat and Fish. 

Salt meat of all kinds. Meats preserved by various processes. 
Meat and soup cakes. Hams and prepared meats. 

Poultry and game. 

Salt fish, fish in barrels : cod, herrings, &c. ; fish preserved in 
oil ; sardines, tunny, &c. 

Crustacea and shell fish : lobsters, shrimps, oysters, potted 
oysters, anchovies, &c. 

Barnes & Co. ; Manufacturers of Preserved Provisions ; 
137, Upper Thames St., and 5, 6, and 7, Mill Lane, 
Tooley St., London. 

Tart Fruits, in glass bottles preserved in water. Marmalade, 
Syrups, Table Jellies, Pickles, Jams, Jellies, Sauces. Potted 
Meats, Preserved Sausages, Tongues, Hams, Bacon, Fish, in 
tins cooked ready for use. 

Brand & Co.; Manufacturers of Meat Essences, &c. ; 11, 
IJttle Stanhope St., Mayfair, London. 

Meat Essences. Concentrated Beef-Tea and Broths ; Savouiy 
Meat Lozenges; Turtle Soup and Jelly, Beef Tea Jelly, Calf’s 
Foot Jelly and other special articles of diet for Invalids. Also, 
Soups, Meats, Game, and other preserved provisions. Sauces, 
Chutney, &e. 

Crosse & Blackwell ; Manufacturers ; 21, Soho Square, 
London ; Brewery Hoad, London ; and Morrison’s 
Quay, Cork. 

Pickles, Sauces, Malt Vinegar, Jams, Jellies, and Preserved 
Fruits, Preserved Soups, Fish, Meats, and Vegetables. 

Halford, James Valentine ; Manufacturer of Preserved 
Indian Curries, Inventor ; 12, Upper St. Martin's 
Lane, London. 

Indian Curries. Meats curried as in India and preserved in 
tins. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 72. 


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Knowles, J. & G. ; Fish Curers ; Stonehaven. 

Dried Cod Fish, Ling, &c. Smoked Haddocks, &c. 

Lindemann, Adalbert Charles ; Doctor of Medicine, Inven- 
tor; 10, Wasnidge St., Hulme, Manchester. 

Fresh Meat, preserved in glass vessels. 

McCall, John, & Co. ; Preserved Provision Manufacturers ; 
137, Houndsditch , London. 

Preserved Beef, Mutton, Tongues, Vegetables, Soups, &c. 

Moir, John, & Son; Manufacturers of Preserved Provisions; 
Glasshouse Fields , Brook St., Ratcliff, London. 

Marmalade, Jams, various kinds of Fish, Vegetables, Soups, 
and potted Meats. Preserved Meats, Tongues, Brawn, &c. 
Pickles, Sauces, and Essences. 

Perry, William T. L. ; Inventor and Manufacturer; Mount's 
Bay Steam Works, Penzance, Cornwall. 

Marinated Pilchards prepared in pure Malt Vinegar from 
selected fish, with bay leaves, &c., and packed in white 
earthenware Jars, hermetically sealed. 

Schneider, Edward Albert ; Inventor ; 4, Cambria Villa, 
Chesterton Road, Cambridge. 

Liquid Essence of Beef without any other ingredient. Pre- 
served Soups, a condensed mixture of beef, arrowroot, rice, or 
vegetables, prepared ready for immediate use. 

Tallerman, Daniel ; Inventor of portion of Refrigerating 
Apparatus. Importer of Preserved Provision; 113, 
Cannon St., London. 

A collection of Preserved Meat, Fish, Poultry, Fruits, Vege- 
tables, &c. Working Models of Refrigerating Apparatus for 
transporting fresh meat, &c. by sea and by land, and for 
storing it on land. 

Whitehead & Company (Limited) ; Manufacturers of Pre- 
served Meats, &c., Inventors ; 110, Fenchurch St., 
London. Works, Broadwater Wharf, Limehouse, 
London. Paris, 8, Rue de Hanovre. The Fitzroy 
Works, Rockhampton, Queensland. 

Solidified Soup Squares, Solid Essence of Beef in skins and 
boxes. Compressed Dried Vegetables, Dog and Poultry Food, 
Army Food (portable rations). Soups in Tins. 

Wigan, Henry, & Co. ; Importers and Manufacturers of 
Isinglass ; Swan Lane, Upper Thames St., London. 
Isinglass, in the manufactured and unmanufactured state. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 73. 


Class 73. — Vegetables and Fruit. 

Tubers : potatoes, &c. 

Dry farinaceous vegetables : beans, lentils, &c. 

Green vegetables for cooking : cabbages, &c. 

Vegetable roots : carrots, turnips, &c. 

Vegetables used for flavouring : onions, garlic, &c. 

Salads, cucumbers, gourds : pumpkins, melons, &c. 

Vegetables preserved by various processes. 

Fresh fruit ; dried and prepared fruits : prunes, figs, raisins, &c. 
Fruits preserved without sugar. 

Mackay, John, & Co.; Manufacturing Chemists, Inventors; 
Canning St., Athole Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Flavouring Essences from fruits and spices, with various 
articles of diet for invalid, table, and domestic use. (See also 
Class 47.) 


Class 74. — Condiments and Stimulants, Sugar and 
Confectionery. 

Spices, pepper, cinnamon, allspice, &c. 

Table salt. 

Vinegar. 

Compound condiments and stimulants : mustard, kari, English 
sauces, &c. 

Tea, coffee, and other aromatic beverages, chicory and sweet 
acorn coffee. 

Chocolate. 

Sugar for household purposes : grape sugar, sugar of milk. 
Confectionery : sugar plums, bonbons, nougats, angelica, 
aniseed, &c., preserves and jellies. 

Dried and preserved fruits : cedrats, lemons, oranges, pine- 
apples. 

Fruits preserved in brandy. 

Syrups and liqueurs. 

Allen, Frederick, & Sons ; Manufacturing Confectioners ; 
Canal Road, Mile End, London ; and 138, Bishopsgate 
St., London. 

Confectionery, such as Lozenges, medicated and others. 
Jujubes, Drops, Effervescing Citrate of Magnesia, Pontefract 
Liquorice, Cakes and Rolls, &c. 

Ball, James ; Italian Warehouseman, Manufacturer ; 12, 
Duke St., Grosvenor Square, London. 

The “ Qui-Hi Sauce,” a piquant and savoury sauce, perfectly 
free from any deleterious ingredient, having great delicacy of 
flavour and eminently appetising qualities. 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 74. 


271 


Barringer & Brown ; Mustard Manufacturers ; Rock Valley 
Mills, Mansfield. 

Mustard and Mustard Condiments, with new and improved 
modes of packing. 

Batty & Co. ; Manufacturing Oilmen, Inventors ; 8, Fins- 
bury Place, London. 

Pickles, Sauces, Jams, Marmalade, Fruit Jellies, Calves’ Feet 
Jellies, Potted Meats, Currie Powder, Prepared Mustard, &c. 

Btish, W. John, & Co. ; Manufacturing Chemists, Inventors ; 
20 to 23, Artillery Lane, Bishopsgate Street Without, 
London. Works, Ash Grove, Hackney, London. 

(. Agents in Paris, ) 

Harmless vegetable colours for confectionery purposes. (Ex- 
hibited in Class 47.) 

Callard & Bowser ; 20 &; 22, Finchley Road, St. John's Wood, 
London. 

Confectionery, Boiled Sugars packed in paper packets and 
fancy card boxes. Specialities, Butter Scotch and Rahat 
Lakuhm. 

Colman, J. & J. ; Mustard, Starch, Washing Blue, and 
Corn Flour Manufacturers, Inventors; 108, Cannon 
St., London ; and Carrow Works, Norwich. 

Mustard and Mustard Products. (Exhibit also in Classes 47, 
52, and 69.) 

Curr, Thomas ; Manufacturer of Coffee Essence ; 7, School- 
hill, Aberdeen. 

Essence of Coffee in bottles. 

Dickinson Brothers & Co. ; 4, Fenchurch Buildings, London, 
E.C. 

Indian Condiments, comprising Chutneys, Pickles, Jellies, 
&c. 

Dunn & Hewett ; Manufacturers of Soluble Cocoas, Choco- 
lates, and Essence of Coffee, Inventors and Manu- 
facturers; 136, Pentonville Road, London. 

Soluble Cocoa in powder and paste, the former a combination 
of cocoa, sugar, and farinaceous substances, such as arrowroot, 
sago, &c., the latter a combination of cocoa and sugar. Soluble 
Chocolate, a combination of cocoa and sugar in the form of a 
cake. Essence of Coffee, obtained from fine growths of coffee 
by an ingenious process of manufacture. Raw Cocoas of all 
kinds, to show varieties of quality and growth. Cocoa Shell, 
large and small. Cocoa Nibs. Cocoa Nibs, ground in block. 
Cocoa Butter. Theobromine, the vital principle of cocoa. 
Caffeine, the vital principle of coffee. Farinaceous Substances 
used in the manufacture of cocoas and chocolates. Raw and 
Roasted Coffee from which the essence is manufactured. Lichen 
Islandicus (Iceland Moss), a principal ingredient in the cele- 
brated Iceland Moss Cocoa. Eating Chocolates of all kinds, 
to show the progress of the English manufacture of chocolate. 
Essence of Spices and Herbs. 


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CATALOGUE. — CLASS 74. 


Fondclair Brothers ; Putney Hills, Madura , Madras. 
Samples of Coffees. (Exhibited in Indian Section.) 

Fry, Joseph Storrs, & Sons ; Chocolate and Cocoa Manu- 
facturers, Inventors; 12, Union St., Bristol ; and 252, 
City Hoad, London. 

Chocolate in cakes for drinking. Chocolate Confectionery. 
Homoeopathic Cocoa. Caraccas Cocoa. Cocoa Extract : pure 
Cocoa deprived of a portion of the oil. Specimens of the Raw- 
Material. Botanical Illustrations. 

Green & Stembridge ; Wholesale Italian Warehousemen and 
Manufacturers ; 34, Leicester Square, London ; and 
Bow f Forks , 54 and 55, Cornwall Road, Lambeth, 
London ; and Dhurrumtollah St., Calcutta. 

Sauces, Pickles, Preserves, Bottled Fruits, and Jellies, also 
varieties of East Indian Chutnees, Curry Powders, Preserves, 
&c. 

Green, John; Gelatine Manufacturer; 12, Graham Ter- 
race, and 43, Ridley Road , Kingsland , London. 

Sheet Gelatine in various colours and designs, used by confec- 
tioners for wrappers and various other purposes. 

Keen, Robinson, Bellville, & Co. ; Manufacturers of Mus- 
tard, Patent Barley, Groats, &c. ; 6, Gcirlick Hill, 
Cannon Street, and Red Lion Street, Holborn, 
London. 

Keen’s Mustard. Preparations from Barley and Oats. 
Robinson’s Patent Barley, Groats, Scotch Oatmeal, and Pearl 
Barley. 

Maw, Thomas ; Pickle and Sauce Manufacturer, &c. ; 
Jacob's Well, Camp Road, L,ceds. 

Pickles, Sauces, Vinegar, Lozenges, &c., Citrate of Magnesia. 

Meniei’, Emile ; Chocolate Manufacturer ; Southwark St. 
and Worcester St., Borough, London. 

Chocolates and Cocoas. 

Patchitt, E. Cheshire ; Sauce Manufacturer ; Ilkeston Road, 
Nottingham. Works, Neiv Radford, Nottinghamshire . 
Nottinghamshire and Anchovy Sauces. Pickles and Condi- 
ments. 

Pratt, James ; Inventor and Manufacturer ; 227, Oxford 
St., London. Works, Paddington, London. 

National Sauce, an article of extreme purity and warranted to 
keep any length of time, corked or uncorked. 

Rose, L., & Co.; Lime Juice Merchants, Inventors, and 
Manufacturers; 11, Curtain Road, Finsbury, London. 
Works, Leith, Scotland. 

Beverages prepared from the juice of the Lime Fruit, pre- 
served from deterioration by special process, and free of any 
alcohol. An Improved Stopper for Bottles, containing aerated 
voters. (See cdso Class 52.) 


CATALOGUE.— CLASS 75. 


273 


Stevens, Thomas ; Confectioner ; 46, Hope St., Wrexham, 
North Wales. 

Bride and Christening Cakes. Biscuits and other various 
Confectionery. 


Class 75 Fermented Drinks. 

Vin ordinaire, red and white. 

Sweet wines and still wines. 

Sparkling wines. 

Cider, perry, and other beverages made from cereals. 

Fermented drinks made from vegetable sap, from milk, and 
sweet substances of all kinds. 

Brandies and alcohols. 

Spirits : gin, rum, tafia, kirscli, &c. 

Anglo-Bavarian Brewery Co. ; Inventors ; Shepton Mallet, 
Somersetshire. 

Amber and Pale Ales, in casks and in bottles, brewed for home 
consumption and for exportation, the latter being specially 
adapted for use in tropical climates. 

Arthur, J., So Co.; Hop and Seed Factors; 4, Nicholas 
Parade, Bristol. 

Hops. 

Ballingall Sc Son; Brewers; Pleasance Brewery, Dundee. 
Scotch Bitter Beer. 

The Banbury Brewery Company ; Bridge St., Banbury. 
Double Stout. 

Bevan, John James; Hop Grower and Curer; 1, Bath 
Terrace, Farnham , Surrey. 

One pocket of Farnham Whitebine Hops. 

Bindley & Company ; Brewers and Maltsters ; The Brewery, 
Burton-on- Trent. ( Agent in Paris, G. Hadjicld, 92, 
Rue d’Hauteville.) 

India Pale, Mild, and Strong Ales, exhibited for their purity, 
delicacy of flavour, aroma, and brilliancy, being brewed from 
malt and hops only. 

Boake, A., & Co. ; Chemical Manufacturers ; Stratford, 
near London. 

Ant-acid Finings (patent), and other chemical requisites for 
brewers. 

Catto, James ; 21^, Adelphi, Aberdeen . 

Whisky, as exported to India and the colonies. 

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274 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 75. 


Cork Distilleries Company, Limited; Manufacturers; 

Morrison’s Island, County Cork , Ireland. 

Irish "Whiskey in casks and cases. 

Dunville & Co.; Manufacturers; Royal Irish Distilleries] 
Belfast, Ireland. 

Old Irish Whisky. 

Evans, Richard, & Company ; Manufacturing Chemists, 
Rectifying Distillers, and Sauce Manufacturers. 
Works, Pentrefelin, Wrexham, North Wales. 

Alimentary Products : — British Wines, Cordials, Fruit Syrups, 
Essences, Liqueurs, Aerated Waters, Royal Welsh Sauce, 
Cattle Condiment and Spice. Manufactured Products : — Con- 
centrated Fluid Carbonate of Litlna and Potass. Baking 
Powder. Dry Soap. 

Ferguson & Son; Brewers; Angel Brewery, 116, Broad 
Street, Reading. 

Two casks of Porter and four casks of Double Stout, brewed 
from the best English malt and hops. 

Henley & Son ; Cyder and Vinegar Makers • Joiner St., 
Toolcy St., Southwark, London ; and Abbotskerswell, 
Newton Abbot , Devonshire. 

Champagne sparkling Perry and Cyder. Still Lime Cordial 
and Lemon Juice. Malt and Grain Vinegar in bottle. 

Holmes, Joseph ; Brewers’ Chemist, Inventor ; Crown 
Chemical Works, Crown St., Leeds. {Agent in Paris, 
A. Evrard, 38, Rue Notre Dame dcs Victories.) 
Holmes’ Patent Finings for Ales, W ines, Cider, &c., with 
specimens of English, French, and German Ales clarified. 
Also samples of Bi-sulphate of Lime for the prevention of 
acetious fermentations in malt liquor and wines. Hop sub- 
stitute for brewing purposes. Holmes’ patent Ant-acid for 
sour ales. Holmes’ crystallized Sulphate of Lime for harden- 
ing brewing water. Salts used in Vincent’s process of harden- 
ing water for brewing purposes, which converts any water into 
first class Burton brewing water in a few minutes. 

Ind, Coope, & Co.; Brewers; Burton- on- Trent ; and Rom- 
ford, Essex. ( Agents in Paris, Simon- Auvray S>- Cie., 
6, Passage Lathuile.) 

Pale Ale, and Strong Burton Ales, No3. 1, 2, and 3, brewed 
from malt and hops only at Burton-on-Trent. Pale Ale 
(A.K.K.), Stout, and Porter, brewed from malt and hops 
only at Romford, Essex. 

Kiuahan & Co.; Irish Whiskey Merchants and Distillers; 
Carlisle Building, Dublin; and 20, Gi. Litchfield St., 
Oxford St., London. (. Agents in Paris, A. Smyth S, 
Co., 17 and 19, Rue de Maubeuge.) 

Kinahan’s LL Whisky (Finest Old Irish). 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 75 . 


275 


Kitchin, Joseph; Farmer and Hop Grower; Dunsdale 
Farm , Westerham, Kent. (Agent in Paris, C. Cail- 
liatte, 4, Rue de la Vrilliere .) 

Hops and Barley, 

Marshall & Holland ; Manufacturers, Inventors ; 1, Dod 
Street, Limehouse, London. 

Samples of Ale and Wine Finings. Samples of Bisulphite of 
Lime. Samples of Isinglass. 

Minehen Brothers ; Aska, Gamjam District, Madras. 

Sugar and Sugar Spirits. (Exhibited in Indian Section.) 

The New Westminster Brewery Co., Limited; Earl St., 
Horseferry Road, Westminster, London. 

Pale Ales brewed 1876, 1877, and 1878, exhibited for superiority 
in flavour, condition, aroma, and keeping quality. 

Shiels, James ; Wholesale Whiskey Merchant and Blender ; 
21 and 22, Square, and .Mill-Wynd, Kelso, Rox- 
burgh. 

The “ Far-famed Border Blend ” of Scotch Whiskey. 

Sims, Win., & Son ; Brewers and Maltsters ; Lion Brewery , 
Reading. 

India Pale Ales brewed from the best malt and hops only. 
Imperial Stout. 

Yanghan- Jones, Edward; Spirit Merchant and Manufac- 
turer; 17, Water Lane, Great Tower St., and the 
London Dochs, London. ( Agents in Paris, A. Smyth 
§ Co., 17 and 19, Rue de Maubeuge). 

Old Tom Gin, Scotch Whiskey, Jamaica Rum, Orange 
Bitters, Ginger Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Ginger Wine. 

Vickers, Joseph and John, and Company ; Compounders, 
Manufacturers of Cordials and Spirit Rectifiers, In- 
ventors ; Victoria Street Distillery, Westminster, 
London. 

Sweetened and Unsweetened Gin, and Pale Orange Bitters. 
Ginger Brandy, Noyeau, Curacoa, Curacoa-Punch, and several 
other liqueurs. 

Williams, William, & Sons ; Highland Whiskey Merchants ; 
19 , Regent Quay, Aberdeen . 

Whiskey from the most celebrated distilleries of Scotland, 
matured in sherry wood, and blended for the purpose of re- 
ceiving the proper flavour. 

Wright, Herbert, & Co. ; Brewers ; The Diamond Brewery , 
Maxton, near Dover. 

Pale Ale and Extra Stout in bottle and cask. 

Young, John, & Son ; Brewers; Dorking, Surrey. 

Ale. The Cask and Stand are of English oak, and were made 
in the Brewery. 


276 


EIGHTH GROUP. 


AGRICULTURE AND PISCICULTURE. 


Class 83.-— Useful Insects and Noxious Insects. 

Bees, silkworms, and other varieties of the bombyx tribe. 

Cochineal insects. 

Apparatus used in the culture of bees and silkworms. 

Apparatus and processes used for the destruction of noxious 
insects. 

Abbott, C. II. ; Professor of Agriculture, Inventor, and 
Manufacturer ; Fairlawn, Southall, near London. 
Hives for Bees, and Bee Furniture. The Hives are constructed 
on a new principle, so as to prevent crushing the bees, and to 
assure the greatest conveniences to beekeepers at a moderate 
cost. The sides are double, to ensure warmth and dryness, 
and to admit of the withdrawal of the frames, which are inter- 
changeable. 

Neighbour, George, 8c Sons ; Manufacturers and Inventors 
of Apiarian Appliances ; 127, High Holborn, and 
149, Regent St., London. Works, West End, Hamp~ 
stead, near London. 

Improved Stray/ Cottage Bee Hive, with three glass supers 
for taking honey without destruction of bees. Frame Hives 
of wood and straw for the removal of combs. Philadelphia 
Frame Hive for removal of combs from the side as well as top. 
Honey extractor for separating the honey from the comb by 
centrifugal force. Bee feeders and other implements. 

Wilson, Brice ; Newbury, Berkshire. 

Improved Observatory Beehive. 


277 


NINTH GROUP. 


HORTICULTURE. 


Class 85. — Conservatories and Horticultural Apparatus. 

Gardeners’, nurserymen’s, and horticulturists’ tools. 

Apparatus for watering and keeping turf in order, &c. 

Large conservatories and apparatus appertaining thereto. Room 
and window conservatories. 

Aquariums for aquatic plants. 

Fountains and other means for ornamenting gardens. 

Barnard, Bishop, & Barnards ; Iron Workers, Inventors ; 
Norfolk Iron Works, Noncich. 

Galvanized Wire Netting, Garden Furniture, Noiseless Lawn 
Mowers. (Exhibit also in Class 25.) 

Boulton & Paul; 1, Bose Lane Works, Norwich, Norfolk. 

Ornamental Conservatory, 31 feet long x 1G feet wide by 
14 feet high. An assortment of Galvanized Improved Machine- 
made Wire Netting for game, poultry, aviaries, &c. 

Boyd, James, & Sons ; Horticultural Builders and Heating 
Engineers, Designers ; Macdowall Street, Paisley, 
Scotland. 

A Composite Conservatory constructed of wood, iron, and glass 
combined, with hot water apparatus for heating it. The wood 
is preserved against decay by Gardner’s patent process, which 
extracts the natural sap from the wood. 

Carter (James), Dunnett, & Beale; The Queen’s Seedsmen ; 
High Hoi born, London. 

Models of Agricultural Roots used as food for cattle. Models 
of Vegetables and other Garden Produce. Samples of Agri- 
cultural, Vegetable, Flower Seeds. Specimens of Prize 
Grain (Corn), Grass Seed, &c. 

Draper, John; 22, Great Winchester St., City, London. 

Specimens of Oils, Oil Seeds, and Oil Seed Cakes for feeding 
and other purposes. (Exhibits also in Class 46.) 

Follows & Bate ; Dutton Street Works, Manchester. 

Patent Lawn Mowers and other Horticultural Machinery. 
Domestic Machines of various kinds. Agricultural and Mis- 
cellaneous Machinery and Tools and Patent Archimedean Ven- 
tilators. 


278 


CATALOGUE, — CLASS 85, 


Fox, J. Caven ; Royal Horticultural Gardens , South Ken- 
sington, London. 

Rustic Summer House. 

Harlow, Benjamin ; Engineer and Iron Founder, Inventor 
and Patentee ; Macclesfield , Cheshire ; and 9, Camden 
St., London Road, Liverpool. 

Patent Heating Apparatus, for churches, chapels, schools, 
public buildings, conservatories, greenhouses, offices, and 
houses. Patent Pipe Joints and Valves. 

Hartley & Sugden ; Wrought Welded Iron Boiler Manu- 
facturers ; Atlas and Premier Works, Gibbet St., 
Halifax. 

Wrought Welded Iron Boilers, for heating apparatus con- 
structed to warm buildings by the circulation of hot water, 
with great economy of fuel. Valves to regulate the circulation 
of hot water in Heating Apparatus. Small Welded Vertical 
Steam Boiler, for driving agricultural machinery, steam cook- 
ing, &c. Lawn Mowing Machines. 

Lascelles, W. H, ; Builder; 121, Bunhill Row, Finsbury, 
London. 

A curvilinear Plant House, made of wood, steamed, bent, and 
rivetted, glazed with straight glass, showing elegance of form, 
simplicity of construction, equal weight of parts, and dura- 
bility, (See also Classes 17 and 66.) 

Lmnby, Edwin ; Manufacturer and Inventor ; West Grove 
Welded Boiler and Patent Safe Works, Halifax, 
England. 

Wrought Welded Boilers for heating buildings, conservatories, 
&c. by circulation of hot water; and for use with kitchen 
ranges, stoves, &c. Steaming and cooking apparatus. Inde- 
pendent Vertical Steam Boilers for engineers and agricul- 
turists. Fire and Burglar-proof Safes, &c. 

Parkinson, William ; Lawn Mower Manufacturer, Inven- 
tor; Market Place, Ripon, Yorkshire. ( Agent in 
Paris, G. Lladfield, 92, Rue d’Hauteville.') 

Patent Hand Lawn Mowers, in various sizes from 8 to 24 inches. 
Patent Horse-power Lawn Mower, with back delivery, 80 
inches. 

Radclyffe (Dick) & Co.; 128 and 129, High Holborn, 
London. 

Window Case and Aquarium. (See also Class 86.) 

Richards, William ; Publisher; 41, Wellington St., Strand, 
London. 

Specimens of Coloured Plates illustrative of flowers, plants, &c., 
frequently issued with “ The Gardener’s Chronicle.” 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 86. 


279 


Saynor, Cooke, & Ridal ; Manufacturing Cutlers; Paxton 
Works, 13, Edward St., Sheffield. 

A general assortment of Garden Cutlery and Tools, consisting 
of Pruning, Budding, and Grafting Knives and Scissors, 
Shears, Syringes, Saws, Fruit Gatherers, Hatchets and Bills, 
Trowels, &c. 

Sutton & Sons ; Royal Berks Seed Establishment, Reading. 
A collection of Agricultural and Horticultural Seeds, remark- 
able for the purity of the samples. A complete collection of 
Natural Grasses, for permanent pastures, including several 
hundred specimens as supplied for the purpose in all parts of 
the world. A collection of Models of Agricultural Roots, 
Vegetables, and Potatoes, the originals of which have been 
grown from seeds supplied by the firm. An extensive collec- 
tion of Grasses in growth. 

Thomas, J. J., & Co. ; Wire Workers and Bird Cage Makers ; 
285 and 362, Edgware Road, London. 

Garden and Conservatory Wire Work, Aviaries, Bird Cages, 
Flower Stands, Suspending Baskets, and other light ornamental 
Wire Goods. 

Webb, Edward, & Sons; Seed Growers and Merchants; 
Royal Seed Establishment, Wordsley, Stourbridge. 
Seed Farms, Kinver ELill, Kinver Edge, High Grove, 
and Dunsley Manor, near Stourbridge. 

Samples of Prize Stocks of Home-grown Farm and Vegetable 
Seeds and strains of Flower Seeds. Specimens of Grasses 
grown at the experimental farms, consisting of the most suit- 
able kinds for permanent pastures, parks, lawns, &c. prepared 
in mixtures to suit all soils according to their geological for- 
mation. Collection of Specimens and Models of Agricultural 
Roots, Vegetables, Potatoes, &c. Specimens and Models of 
Agricultural Roots and samples of Root Seeds. 


Class 86. — Flowers and Ornamental Plants. 

Species of plants and examples of culture exhibiting the 
characteristic types of the gardens and dwellings of each country. 

Christy, Thomas, & Co.; Merchants; 155, Fenchurch 
Street, London; Nursery Broomfield, Essex. 

Drawings of the Forage Plants. 

Christy, Thomas; Plant Merchant; 155, Fenchurch St., 
London ; and Broomfield, Essex. 

Prickly Comfrey, or Symphytum Asperrimum, a new plant for 
cattle fodder, propagated by the root cutting. 


280 


CATALOGUE. — CLASS 86. 


Radclyffe (Dick) & Co.; 128 and 129, High Holborn, 
London. 

Plants and Rockwork arranged for Conservatory decoration. 
Specimens in the Pavilion of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales 
President of the Royal Commission. Natural dried and dyed 
Grasses, Flowers, &c. 

Wills, John ; Legal Exotic Nursery , Onslow Crescent, 
South Kensington , London. 

A large Collection of Plants arranged for effect to show the 
proper style of arranging Winter Gardens, Conservatories, &c., 
some of the specimens being the finest ever exhibited in 
Europe. (Exhibited in Messrs. James Boyd and Sons’ con- 
servatory.) 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


PART I. 

Page 

Her Majesty’s Commissioners v 

The Executive and Staff - - - - - x 

The Indian Empire and the Colonies* - - xii 

The Colonial Commissioners - - - - xii 

The International Facade ----- xvii 

Marine Annexe ------ xix 

The Pavilion ------- xx 

Names of Firms who have Lent or Provided, Free of 
Charge, Objects for the Use of the Royal Com- 
mission ------- xxi 

Synopsis of the Classification - - - - xxiv 

Index or Alphabetical List of Exhibitors (except 
Fine Arts and Live Stock) ... - xxvii 

Names of Proprietors of Objects of Fine Art lent for 
Exhibition ....... 2 

Catalogue Entries in Classes 7 


ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Principal Fa9ade, Champ de Mars - 
Elevation of the Trocadero Palace 


To face title page. 
„ p. lxxxvi 


PART II. 

Names of Contributors of Objects of Fine Art lent 


for Exhibition ...... 5 

Alphabetical List of Exhibitors - - - - 11 

„ „ Towns Represented by Exhibi- 
tors ------- - 71 

Digest of the Tariff - - - - - - 89 

Summary of the Patent Laws - 184 

Statistical Summary ------ 191 


* The Catalogues for Lidia and the Colonies will he published in a separate 
form. 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


Page 

Notes on General Machinery .... 217 

,, Agricultural Implements ... 236 
„ Live Stock ...... 236 

List of the Chambers of Commerce in Great Britain 

and Ireland 254 

,, „ „ France - - 256 

Subject Index of the Exhibits (not including Works of 
Art and Live Stock) ...... 261 


ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Chromo-Lithograph Plan of the Exhibition, Palaces, and 
Grounds - - - - - To face title page. 


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LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS WHO HAVE KINDLY PLACED 
THEIR COLLECTIONS OF WORKS OF ART AT 
THE DISPOSAL OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION. 


HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. 

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, E.G, 


Names. 


Addresses. 


Agnew, Miss Caroline 
Agnew, Messrs. T., and Sons 
Agnew, William 
Agnew, Mrs. T. - - 

Allday, E. 

Armstrong, Sir William 
Art Union of London, The - 
Austin, Wm. - 


Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Exchange Street, Manchester. 

Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Fairhope, Eccles, near Manchester, 
Sandon Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

444, West Strand, London. 

Ellermede, Totteridge. 


Barber, J. - 
Barker, Major 
Baring, T. C., M.P. - 
Barr, E. G. - 
Baumann, A. - 
Beaumont, Somerset - 
Beale, Dr. Lionel 
Beddington, G. H. 

Bell, Alfred - 
Bell, George - 
Bessemer, Henry 
Billing, M. 

Bischoffsheim, H. L. - 
Bishop, A. - 
Blackwell, T. 

Bodley, G. F. 

Bolckow, H. W. F., M.P. 
Bollams, E. - 
Bolton, Lieut.-Col. 
Bourne, S. - 
Bowman, W. 

Bowring, J. C. 

Brassey, H. A., M.P. - 
Brockbank, W. 
Brocklebank, Ralph - 
Brooks, Henry 
Bullock, G. - 
Bullock, G. W. 

Burges, W. - 
Burgess, J. B., A.R.A. 
Burnett, G. R. 

Burton, J. - 


20, Westbourne Terrace, London. 
Holmefield, Wakefield. 

8, Bishopsgate Street Within, London. 

76, Holland Park, London. 

77, Holland Park, London. 

Shere, near Guildford, Surrey. 

61, Grosvenor Street, London. 

2, Pembridge Square, London. 

Bayford House, Roslyn Park, Hampstead. 
York Street, Co vent Garden, London. 
Denmark Hill, Surrey. 

Livery Street, Birmingham. 

Bute House, South Audley Street, London. 
Severn Villa, Highbury New Park, London. 
Brooks Hill, Harrow Weald. 

25, Church Row, Hampstead. 

Marton Hall, Middlesbrough-on-Tees. 
Dudley House, Kenilworth. 

4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London. 
Simla Villa, Waverley Street, Nottingham. 

5, Clifford Street, Bond Street, London. 
Forest Farm, Windsor. 

6, Cromwell Houses, London. 

Brockhurst, Didsbury, near Manchester. 
Childwall Hall, Liverpool. 

5, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 

2, Holland Park, London. 

Ellesmere Park, Eccles, near Manchester. 
Melbury Road, Holland Park, London. 

205, Maida Vale, London. 

34, Phillimore Gardens, London. 

Tower House, Streatham. 


Campbell, Colin Minton, M.P. 
Carr, J. 

Carver, W. - 
Case, Mrs. - 

Cavendish, Lord Frederick 
Charles, M.P. 

Chapman and Hall, Messrs. - 


Stoke-on-Trent. 

Eyre Street, Sheffield. 

Old Trafford, Manchester. 

27, Inverness Terrace, Kensington, London. 
21, Carlton House Terrace, London. 

193, Piccadilly, London. 


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Names. 

Christie, W. L., M.P. 
Clabburn, W. H. 

Clarendon Club, The - 
Cleveland, The Duke of, K.G. 
Cochrane, W. - , - 

Coleman, E. J. 

Collard, C. L. 

Cookson, W. S., Executors of 
the late. 

Coope, O. E., M.P. 

Cosens, E. W. 

Cosier, R. A. - 
Cotman, T. W. 

Courtauld, Louis 
Cowper-Temple, Rt. Hon. W. 

T., M.P. 

Craven, E. 


Addresses. 

Glyndebourne, Lewes. 
Norwich. 

Manchester. 

1, St. James’ Square, London. 
Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Stoke Park, near Windsor. 
Ravensworth, Bournemouth. 


Rochetts, Brentwood. 

27, Queen’s Gate, London. 

23, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 
Ipswich. 

3, Northumberland Avenue, Putney, London 
Broadlands, Romsey. 

Tliornbridge, Bakewell. 


Dalziel, E. 
Dalziel, G. 
De-la-Warr, Earl 
Denny, P. 
Dewhurst, H. 
Donald, J. 


33, Belsize Park Gardens, London. 

St. George’s Terrace, Regent’s Park, London 
Buekhurst, Withyam, Sussex. 

Helenslee, Dumbarton, N.B. 

Clough Hall, Huddersfield. 

5, Queen’s Terrace, Glasgow. 


Eastlake, W. - 
Eaton, II. W., M.P. 
Elliott, J. J. - 
Ellis, Col. 


3, Buc'kland Terrace, Plymouth. 
1, Princes Gate, London. 

55, Baker Street, London. 
Portland Place, London. 


Fennessey, Rodney J. 

Eenton, W. ... 
Eenwick, G. F. 

Fine Art Society, The 
Finlay, J. H. - 
Firth, Mark - 

Fishmongers, the Company of 
Foley, J. H., The executors of 
the late. 

Foote, Mrs. - 
Foster, Birket 
Fowler, John 
Fox, G. 

Fraser, P. Allen 
Fry, C. E. - 


6, Langham Street, London. 

Dutton Manor, Langridge, near Preston. 

New Bond Street, London. 

26, Gleneairn Crescent, Edinburgh. 
Oakhrook, Sheffield. 

Fishmongers’ Hall, London. 

Osnaburgh Street, London. 

Leigham Court Road, Streatham. 

The Hill, Witley, Surrey. 

Thornwood Lodge, Campden Hill, London, 
Elmhurst Hall, Lichfield. 

Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

55, Baker Street, Portman Square, London. 


Galloway, C. J. 
Galloway, John, jun. - 
Galloway, Hy 
Galsworthy, J. 
Gambart, E. - 
Gamble, James 
Gassiot, C. 

Geflowski, E. - 
Gilbey, Hy. - 
Gilbey, W. 

Gosling, S. F. 

Graham, W. - 
Grainger, C. - 
Graves, Henry 
Gurney, J. - 


Thorneyholme, Old Trafford, Manchester. 

- j The Cottage, Old Trafford, Manchester. 

- i Manor Croft, Urmston, near Manchester. 

- | Coombe Leigh, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

- 1 Les Palmiers, Nice, Alpes Maritimes, France. 

- ; 24, Rich Terrace, South Kensington, London. 

Upper Tooting. 

21, Camden Road, London. 

- j 1 , Park Crescent, Portland Place, London. 

Elsingham Hall, Bishop Stortford. 

- 1 Lee House, Biddulph, near Congleton. 

'35, Grosvenor Place, London. 

19, Bolton Gardens, London. 

Pall Mall, London. 

Sprowston Hall, Norwich. 


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Names. 


Addresses. 


Haag, Carl 
Halford, A. D. 

Hall, H. T. - 
Hargreaves, Col. 
Harris, A . - 

Haslam, J. C. 
Hawkshaw, Sir John- 
Hepburn, T. - 
Heugh, John - 
Hill, T. D. - 
Hill, Captain Henry - 
Hodgkinson, H. 
Hodgson, J. Stewart - 
Holden, Angus 
Holt, George - 
Hopkins, R. - 

Hornsby, E. - 
Houldsworth, Jas. 
Huth, Louis - 
Hyde, H. J. - 


Ida Villa, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead. 

50, Prince’s Gate, London. 

Maid’s Causeway, Cambridge. 

Maiden Erlegh, Reading. 

Lunefield, Kirkby Lonsdale. 

Gilnow House, Bolton. 

Hollycombe, Liphook, Hants. 

Clapham Common, London. 

12, Upper Brook Street, London. 

21, Grosvenor Place, London. 

53, Marine Parade, Brighton. 

26, Lower Phillimore Place, London. 

24, Princes Gardens, London. 

Woodlands, Bradford. 

21, Water Street, Liverpool. 

Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Pall 
Mall, London. 

Claremont, Villa, Rectory Road, Beckenham. 
Coltness, Wishaw, N.B. 

28, Hertford Street, London. 

30, Tufnell Park Road, London. 


“ Illustrated London News,” 
The proprietors of the. 


Strand, London. 


James, Sir Henry, Q.C., M.P. 
Jarvis, Lewis P. 


New Court, Temple, London. 
Midland Road, Bedford. 


Kay, A. 

Kennard, Coleridge 
Kennedy, E. S. 
Knowles, Kaye 


Cornhill Biggar, N.B. 

Lubenham, Market Harborough. 

6, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, London. 
Swinton Old Hall, near Manchester. 


Leathart, James 
Lehmann, E. - 
Leslie, G. D., R.A. 

Levita, Emile 
Lewis, C. Mansel 
Leyland, F. R. 

Lindsay, Col. Loyd, M.P. 
Liverpool, The Corporation of 
Lucas, C. - 


Brackendene, Gateshead, Northumberland. 
15, Berkeley Square, London. 

8, Grove End Road, London. 

27, Ennismore Gardens, London. 

Ystradey, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire. 

49, Prince’s Gate, London. 

2. Carlton Gardens, London. 

Warnham Court, Horsham. 


McGavin, J. - 
Macfarlane, W. 

Magniac, C. - 

Makins, H. E. 

Mappin, J. N. 

Mappin, Newton 
Marks, H. S., A.R.A. 
Marsden, A. M. 

Marshall, W. B. 

Matthews, C. P. 

Mendel, Sam. 

Milbanke, E. A., M.P. 

Mills, Sir Charles Henry, Bart.. 
M.P. 

Millward, W. - 


19, Elmbauk Terrace, Glasgow. 

22, Park Circus, Glasgow. 

Chesterfield House, South Audley Street, 
London. 

8, Palace Gate, Kensington, London. 
Conduit Lodge, Blacklieath. 

Birchlands, Sheffield. 

15, Hamilton Terrace, London. 

King Street, St. James’, London. 

Bellefield, New Brighton, Liverpool. 

23, Hertford Street, London. 

The Manor House, Chislehurst. 

5, Moreton Gardens, South Kensington, 
London. 

Camelford House, Oxford Street, London. 

Enderlie, Calthorpe Road. Edgbaston, near 
Birmingham. 


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Names. 


Addresses. 


Morgan, J. S. 

Moir, Mrs. 

Morley, S. ; M.P. 
Moseley, J. - 
Moule, Miss Penelope 
Moxon, C. - 
Muir, W. 

Murrieta, Mariano de 


13, Prince’s Gate, London. 

12, Hyde Park Street, London. 

1 6, Upper Brook Street, London. 

Cringle Hall, Levenshulme, near Manchester. 
East Dene, Bournemouth. 

61, Bedford Gardens, London. 

42, Holland Park, London. 

18, Pembridge Square, London. 


Nettlefold, F. - 
Nettlefold, J. H. 

Newall, W. J. 

Nield, J. 

Northampton, the Marquess of 
Northbrook, the Earl of 


20, York Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
King’s Field, King’s Heath, near Birming- 
ham. 

33, South Street, Park Lane, London. 
Dunster, Rochdale. 

145, Piccadilly, London. 

Stratton, Micheldever. 


Office of Works, Her Majesty’s 


12, Whitehall Place, London. 


Pawle, F. C. - 
Pease, J. Whitwell, M.P. 
Pender, John, M.P. - 
Pennington, F., M.P. - 
Perrins, J. Dyson 
Philip, G., junr. 
Phillipson, Hilton 
Pilgeram and Lefevre 
Pochin, H. D. 

Pooley, C. J. - 
Pope, S., Q.C. 

Potter, E. Crompton - 
Powers, J. - 
Prance, Reg. H. 

Pulley, J. - 
Purvis, F. H. - 

Quilter, Wm. - 


Northeote, Reigate. 

Hutton Hall, Gainsborough, Yorkshire. 

18, Arlington Street, London. 

17, Hyde Park Terrace, London. 

Da venliam Bank, Malvern. 

Caxton Buildings, Liverpool. 

Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

1a, King Street, St. James’, London. 

Barn Elms, Barnes. 

Clarence Lodge, Victoria Park, Manchester. 
59, Lancaster Gate, London. 

Rusholme House, Manchester. 

Swanswell, Coventry. 

Frognai, Hampstead, London. 

Lower Eaton, Hereford. 

Fairlawn, Carleton Road, Tufnell Park, Lon- 
don. 

28, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, London. 


Ravenshaw, Rev. T. F. 

Reid, J. R. - 
Richards, T. - 
Roberts, Humphrey - 
Rougier, Hy. - 

Royal Academy of Arts (The 
Council of the). 

Royal Artillery Mess Com- 
mittee. 


Pewsey Rectory, Wilts. 

Woodburn, Rutherglen, near Glasgow. 
31, Cambridge Street, Birmingham. 

2, The Esplanade, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
1, Inverness Gardens, London. 
Burlington House, London. 

Woolwich. 


Sandeman, A. G. 

Sandeman, J. G. 

Sandeman, Lieut.-Col. 
Sartoris, E. J. 

Santurce, Jose de Murrieta, 
Marquis de. 

Schroeder, Baron H. von 
Schwabe, G. C. 

Scott, W. H. - 
Seeker, J. H. - 

Shand, Lord - - - 

Sibeth, E. - 
Simonds, B. - 


5, Ennismore Gardens, London. 

4, Carlton Terrace, Glasgow. 

24, Cambridge Square, London. 

I, Studio, Campden Hill Road, London. 

II, Kensington Palace Gardens, London. 

The Dell, Staines. 

Yewden, Henley-on-Thames. 

St. Oswin’s, Tynemouth, Northumberland. 
8, South Eaton Place, London. 

Edinburgh. 

41, Cleveland Square, London. 

St. Mary’* Priory, Reading. 


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Names. 


Addresses. 


Smith, George 
Stevenson, A. S. 

Strahan, A. - 
Street, G. E., E.A. 

Sutton, Sir Richard, Bart. 


15, Waterloo Place, London. 

Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

9, Hanover Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 
14, Cavendish Place, Cavendish Square, 
London. 

Barton Court, Hungerford, Berks. 


Taylor, James 
Taylor, T. 

Thompson, Sir Henry 
Tooth, A. 

Turner, H. J. - 
Twining, Richard 


Whirley, Wigan. 

1, Hyde Park Gardens, London. 

35, Wimpole Street, London. 

5, Haymarket, London. 

Stockleigh House, Regent’s Park, London. 
184, Cromwell Road, London. 


Virtue, James 
Virtue, Messrs., & Co. 


Oatlands Park. 

294, City Road, London. 


Walker, J. - 
Walker, T. E., M.P. - 
Ward, W. G. - 
Wardell, J. - 

Waring, Hy. ... 
Waring, Wm. 

Warner, The Rev. S. B. 
Waterlow, W. B. - 
Webster, W. - 
Wertheimer, C. J. 
Westminster, Duke of, K.G. - 

Whalley, T. - 
White, E. F. - 
White, G. F. - 
White, J. Forbes 
Whitehead, J. 

Whitelaw, A., M.P. - 
Whitfield, G. B. 

Willis, H. R. - 
Wilson, J. - 

Wyndham, The Hon. Percy, 
M.P. 


Studley Castle, Studley, near Birmingham. 
Newcastle Drive, Nottingham. 

Thornc^iffe, Rathgar, Dublin. 

Beenham House, Reading. 

39, Prince’s Gardens, London. 

23, Stanhope Gardens, London. 

Hightrees, Redliill, Surrey. 

8, St. Martin’s Place, London. 

16, Ulster Place, Regent’s Park, London. 
Grosvenor House, 38, Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London. 

Liverpool. 

13, King Street, St. James’, London. 

1, Porchester Gate, Hyde Park, London. 
209, Union Street, Aberdeen. 

Park Hill, Higher Broughton, Manchester. 
91, Eaton Square, London. 

The Hollies, Smallheath, Birmingham. 

The Shrubbery, Wolverley. 

Aucheneck, N.B. 

44, Belgrave Square, London. 
















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INDEX Oli, ALPHABETICAL LIST OF EXHIBITORS 

(except Fine Apts and Live Stock). 


A. 

83“ ABBOTT, C. N. : 

Fairlawn, Southall, near London. 

66. ABERNANT IRONWORKS AND COLLIERIES CO. ; 

Glyn Neath, Glamorganshire, South Wales. 

54. ADAIR AND CO. : 

Neptune Street, Liverpool. 

20. ADAMS AND BROMLEY : 

Victoria Works, Broad Street, Hanley. 

34. ADAMS AND CO. : 

56a, City Road, London. 

36. ADAMS, THOMAS, AND CO., LIMITED : 

Stoney Street, Nottingham. 

43. ADDIS, J. B., AND SONS : 

Arctic Works, Sheffield. 

60. AD IE, PATRICK : 

15, Ball Mall, London. 

19. AIRE AND CALDER GLASS BOTTLE CO. (E. BREFEIT 
AND CO.) : 

83, Upper Thames Street, London. 

39. AITCHISON, JAMES : 

23, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

32. AKROYD, J., AND SON, LIMITED : 

Halifax. 

62. ALDEBERT, ISAAC : 

57, 58, & 59, Long Acre, London. 

64. ALDRED AND SPIELMANN : 

40 & 42, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

33. ALEXANDERS AND CO. : 

Weensland Mills, Hawick, Scotland. 

10. ALEXANDRE, J. : 

York Row, York Street, Birmingham. 

22. ALLAN, JOHN, AND SON : 

Wick Lane Works, Old Ford Road, London. 

45. ALLCOCK, SAMUEL, AND CO. : 

Standard Works, Redditch. 

47. ALLEN AND HANBURYS : 

Plough Court, 37, Lombard Street, London. 

74. ALLEN, FREDERICK, AND SONS : 

Canal Road, Mile End, London. 

37. ALLEN, SOLLY, AND CO. : 

8, King Edward Street, Newgate Street, London. 

14. ALLEN, THOMAS: 

12, St. Augustine’s Parade, Bristol. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

20. ALLERTON, CIIAS., AND SONS: 

Park Works, Longton, Staffordshire. 

54. ALLEY AND MACLELLAN: 

Sentinel Works, London Road, Glasgow. 

63. ALLSOPP, CHARLES WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

47, Pool Street, Walsall. 

38. ANDERSON, ABBOTT, AND ANDERSON: 

37, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

66. ANDERSON, DAVID, AND SON: 

Lagan Eelt Works, Belfast. 

64. ANDERSON, CHRIS.: 

Hunslet Shed, Hunslet, Leeds. 

34. ANDREW, BURROWES, AND ATTKINS: 

59, George Street, Manchester: 

43. ANDREW, JOHN HENRY, AND CO.: 

Toledo Steel Works, Neepsend, Sheffield. 

31. ANDREWS, MICHAEL: 

Ardoyne, Belfast. 

31. ANGLO-AMERICAN ROPE AND OAKUM CO. 
(STEPHENSON AND MORGAN): 

72, South Castle Street, Liverpool. 

75. ANGLO-BAVARIAN BREWERY CO.: 

Shepton Mallet, Somerset. 

43. ANGLO-RUSSIAN IRON AND TIN PLATE CO. 

18, New Bridge Street, London. 

54. APPLEBY BROTHERS: 

Emerson Street, Southwark, London. 

37. APPLEYARD, II„ AND CO.: 

36, Lower Sackville Street, Dublin. 

67. ARMIT, R. II., R.N.: 

10, Craven Street, Strand, London. 

33. ARMITAGE BROTHERS: 

New Street, Huddersfield. 

30. ARMITAGE, ELKANAH, & SONS : 

M anchester. 

38. ARNOLD AND COLDWELLS: 

78 and 79, North End, Croydon, Surrey. 

24. ART UNION OF LONDON: 

444, West Strand, London. 

75. ARTHUR, J., AND CO.: 

4, Nicholas Parade, Bristol. 

43. ASH AND LACY: 

Meriden Street, Birmingham. 

43. ASHENHURST, J. T., AND CO.: 

51, Cardington Street, Hampstead Road, London. 
63. ASHFORD (W. AND G.) AND WINDER: 

Essex and Kent Streets, Birmingham. 

48. ASHTON, F. W., AND CO.: 

45, Portland Street, Manchester. 

30. ASHWORTH, EDMUND, AND SONS: 

Egerton Mills, Bolton, Lancashire. 

34. ASHWORTH, M., AND CO.: 

Caldershaw Silk Mill, Rochdale. 

37. ASTON, WILLIAM: 

Prineip Street Works, Birmingham. 


INDEX. 


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Class. 

47. ATKINSON, GEO., AND CO. : 

66, Aldersgate Street, London. 

28. ATKINSON, J. & E.: 

24, Old Bond Street, London. 

9. AUGENER AND CO. : 

86, Newgate Street, London. 

19. AURORA GLASS CO., LIMITED: 

21, Litchfield Street, Sofrd, London. 
12. AUTOTYPE CO.: 

36, Rathbone Place, London. 

51, 54. AYELING AND PORTER : 
Rochester, Kent. 

43. AVERY, WM, AND SON: 

Headless Cross, Redditch. 


B. 

27. BACON, J. L., AND CO.: 

34, Upper Gloucester Place, London. 

19. BAGLEY, WILD, AND CO.: 

Glass Works, Knottingley, Yorkshire. 

62. BAGSHAW, FRANCIS WILLIAM: 

Hill Foot Bicycle Works, Sheffield. 

9, 10. BAGSTER, S., AND SONS: 

14, King’s Road, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

60. BAILEY BROTHERS: 

71, Chancery Lane, London. 

20. BAILEY, W. AND J. A.: 

Alloa, Scotland. 

66. BAINBRIDGE AND CRIMSON: 

Oakwell Gate, Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

47. BAISS BROTHERS AND CO.: 

4, Jewry Street, Aldgate, London. 

43. BAKER, CHRISTOPHER, AND SONS: 

98 and 99, Lichfield Street, Birmingham. 

51. BAKER, JOHN: 

Falcon Works, Wisbech. 

51. BAKER, THOS. : 

White Wall Ironworks, Compton, Newbury, Berks. 
43. BALDWIN, £. P. AND W. : 

Wilden Iron and Tin Plate Works, near Stourport. 
51. BALL, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Rothwell, Northamptonshire. 

74. BALL, JAMES : 

12, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, London. 

67. BALLARDIE, DOUGALD : 

2, West Howard Street, Glasgow. 

75. BALLINGALL AND SON : 

Pleasance Brewery, Dundee. 

51. BAMLETT, ADAM C. : 

Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

75. BANBURY BREWERY CO. : 

Bridge Street, Banbury. 

33. BARBER, JOSHUA, AND SONS : 

Huddersfield. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

34. BARBOUR AND MILLER : 

139, Brook Street, Mile End, Glasgow. 

31. BARBOUR, WILLIAM, AND SON : 

Hilden Flax Mills, Lisburn, Ireland. 

43. BARFF, FREDERICK S.: 

Catholic University College, Kensington, London 

51. BARFORD AND PERKINS: 

Queen Street Ironworks, Peterbewough. 

30. BARLOW AND JONES, LIMITED: 

2, Portland Street, Manchester. 

25,85. BARNARD, BISHOP, AND BARNARDS: 

Norfolk Iron Works, Norwich. 

17. BARNARD, BRADLEY: 

107, St. Paul’s Road, Highbury, London. 

72. BARNES AND CO.: 

137, Upper Thames Street, London. 

64. BARNES, FREDERIC: 

Westwood Grange, Tylehurst, Reading. 

52. BARNETT, SON, AND FOSTER: 

20-23, Forston Street, Hoxton, London. 

70. BARR, P. W., AND CO.: 

Juniper Street, Bankhall, Liverpool. 

13. BARR ATT AND ROBINSON: 

9a, Georgiana Street, Camden Town, London. 

74. BARRINGER AND BROWN: 

Rock Valley Mills, Mansfield. 

31. BARRON, W. J., AND SONS: 

Whitecross Street, London. 

31. BARROW FLAX AND JUTE CO., LIMITED: 

Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. 

67. BARROW SHIPBUILDING CO.: 

Barrow-in-F urness. 

51. BARROWS AND STEWART: 

Cherwell Works, Banbury. 

16. BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN: 

Chambers Street, Edinburgh. 

43,45. BARTLEET, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Abbey Mills, Redditch. 

38. BARTRUM, HARVEY, AND CO.: 

23, Gresham Street, London. 

47. B ASHFORD, G. J. St. JOHN: 

91, Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London. 

56. BATEMAN, DANIEL, AND SONS: 

Low Moor, near Bradford, Yorkshire. 

20. BATES, WALKER, AND CO.: 

Dale Hall, Burslem. 

74. BATTY AND CO.: 

8, Finsbury Place, London. 

12. BAUDOUX, CHARLES ERNEST: 

59, New Street, St. Helier’s, Jersey. 

37. BAUER, Mrs. A. W.: 

64, Oxford Street, London. 

13. BAUER, GILBERT L.: 

49, Tottenham Street, Tottenham Court Road, London. 

38. BAXTER, RICHARD : 

St. James’s Green, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 


INDEX 


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Class. 

66. BAXTER, ROBERT C.: 

Ilethersett, Reigate, Surrey. 

52. BAXTER, WILLIAM HENRY : 

2, The Lawn, Brixton Hill, London. 

43. BEARDSHAW, HERBERT : 

Prior Court, Sheffield. 

12. BEAU, ADOLPHE : 

56, Welbeck Street, London. 

54. BEAUMONT, COLONEL, Royal Engineers, and BOLTON 
COLONEL : 

4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London. 

58. BECK, WILLIAM HENRY : 

139, Cannon Street, London. 

47. BEDDOW, B., AND SON : 

22, South Audley Street, London. 

43. BEDFORD, JOHN, AND SONS : 

Lion Works, Sheffield. 

12. BEDFORD, WILLIAM : 

326, Camden Road, London. 

34. BEHRENS, LOUIS : 

41, Portland Street, Manchester. 

15. BELL, PROFESSOR ALEX. G.: 

115, Cannon Street, London. 

54. BELL, J. M., AND CO.: 

491, Oxford Street, London. 

26. BENNETT, SIR JOHN : 

64 65, Cheapside, London. 

43. BENNETT, THOS., AND SONS : 

70 and 71, Turnmill Street, Farringdon Road, London. 

52. BENTALL, E. II., AND CO.: 

Heybridge Works, Maldon, Essex. 

47. BERGER, LEWIS, AND SONS : 

Homerton, London. 

69. BERGER, SAMUEL, AND CO. : 

Starch Works, Bromley-by-Bow, London. 

54. BERNAYS, JOSEPH : 

96, Newgate Street, London. 

67. BERTIION BOAT CO., LIMITED : 

30, Bedford Row, London. 

17. BERTRAM AND SON : 

100 and 101, Dean Street, Soho, London. 

66. BESSBROOK GRANITE CO.: 

Bessbrook, Ireland. 

10. BEST INK CO.: 

48, Edgware Road, London. 

66. BETHELL, JOHN, AND CO. : 

38, King William Street, City, London. 

24, 26, 29. BETJEMANN, GEORGE, AND SONS : 

36, 38, and 40, Pentonville Road, London. 

75. BE VAN, JOHN JAMES : 

1, Bath Terrace, Farnham, Surrey. 

47. BEWLEY AND DRAPER : 

23, Mary Street, Dublin. 

67. BIFFEN, WILLIAM HENRY, Jun. : 

7, Commercial Road, Bedford. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

75. BINDLEY AND CO. : 

The Brewery, Burton-on-Trent. 

32. BINN’S ENDLESS BAND CO., LIMITED : 

Oak Mills, Low Moor, Bradford. 

33. BIRCHALL, J. D., AND CO. : 

Wellington Street, Leeds. 

34. BIRCHENOUGH. JOHN : 

145, Cheapside, London. 

43. BIRD, WILLIAM, AND CO. : 

2, Laurence Pountney Hill, London. 

36. BIRNBAUM, BERNARD : 

21, 22, and 23, New Broad Street, London. 

67. B1RT, J. AND A. W. : 

Dock Street, London. 

9. BLACK, A. AND C. : 

Edinburgh. 

64. BLACK, HAWTHORN, AND CO. : 

Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

10. BLACKIE AND SON : 

17, Stanhope Street, Glasgow. 

9. BLACKIE, W. G., AND CO. : 

Villafield Works, Glasgow. 

38. BLACIvLOCK, GOUDIE, AND CO.: 

69, Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 

10. BLACKWOOD AND CO.: 

18, Bread Street Hill, London. 

9. BLACKWOOD, W., AND SONS : 

45, George Street, Edinburgh. 

60. BLADES, EAST, AND BLADES : 

11, Abchurch Lane, City, London. 

57. BLEZARD, J., AND SONS : 

Guy Foundry, Padiham, Lancashire. 

63. BLISS, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

13 and 15, Sun Street, Finsbury, London : 

33. BLISS, WILLIAM, AND SON : 

Chipping Norton. 

75. BOAKE AND CO.: 

Stratford, near London. 

51. BOBY, ROBERT : 

St. Andrew’s W orks, Bury St. Edmunds. 

33. BOGUE, LEES, AND CO.: 

Comely Bank Mill, Galashiels, Scotland. 

10. BOND, Mbs. M. A. (now IIICKISSON) : 

75, Southgate Road, London. 

31, 34. BONSOR, CHARLES : 

Phoenix Works, Ings Road, Wakefield. 

38. BOSTOCK, EDWIN AND FREDERICK: 

Stafford and Northampton. 

12. BOUCHER, ALBERT : 

15, King’s Road, Brighton. 

21. BOULINIIvON FLOOR CLOTH AND MANUFACTURING CO., 
LIMITED : 

Worsley Street, Salford, Manchester. 

85. BOULTON AND PAUL : 

Rose Lane Works, Norwich. 


INDEX. 


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Class. 

62. BOURKE, SURGEON-MAJOR J. H., M.D. : 

Care of Vesey W. Holt & Co., 17, Whitehall Place, London. 

54. BOURNE, JOHN, AND CO.: 

66, Mark Lane, London. 

47. BOWDLER AND BICKERDIKE: 

Eagle Chemical Works, Church, Lancashire. 

54. BOWING’S PATENT FILTER PRESS CO., LIMITED: 

184, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, London. 

10. BOWMAN, C.: 

6, King Street, Tower Hill, London. 

63. BOWN, W. : 

308, Summer Lane, Birmingham. 

85. BOYD, JAMES, AND SONS : 

Macdowall Street, Paislgy. 

47. BOYD, SON, AND CO.: 

76, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin. 

15. BOYD, — . 

236, Rue de Rivoli, Paris. 

66. BOYLE, ROBERT, AND SON: 

100, Mitchell Street, Glasgow. 

43. BRABY, FREDERICK, AND CO.: 

356 to 360, Euston Road, London. 

58. BRADBURY AND CO., LIMITED: 

Wellington Works, Oldham. 

52,54. BRADFORD, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

Crescent Iron Works, Salford, Manchester. 

50. BRAKELL, C.: 

7, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London. 

72, 74. BRAND AND CO.: 

11, Little Stanhope Street, Mayfair, London. 

12,67. BRICE, WILLIAM A.: 

Care of Clifford Poulter, 4a, Middle Temple Lane, London. 

33. BRIER, GEORGE : 

Canal Bridge Mills, Huddersfield. 

38. BR1GHTMAN BROTHERS: 

Lewin’s Mead, Bristol. 

13. BRINSMEAD, JOHN, AND SONS: 

18, Wigmore Street, London. 

21. BRINTON, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Kidderminster. 

62. BRISTOL WAGGON WORKS CO., LIMITED: 

Lawrence Hill, Bristol. 

9. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY: 

146, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

47. BRITISH AND FOREIGN MINERAL WATER CO : 

382, New City Road, Glasgow. 

65. BRITISH TELEGRAPH MANUFACTORY, LIMITED: 

374, Euston Road, London. 

29. BRITISH XYLONITE CO., LIMITED : 

124, High Street, Homerton, London. 

50. BROADBENT, ROBERT, AND SON: 

Phoenix Iron Works, Stalvbridge. 

34. BROCKLEHURST, J. T., AND SONS : 

Macclesfield. 

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INDEX. 


Class 

39. BROGDEN, JOHN: 

16, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London. 

33. BROOK, J. & D. : 

4, Park Place, Leeds. 

30. BROOK, JONAS, AND BROTHERS: 

Meltham Mills, near Huddersfield. 

66. BROOKE, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

Pieldhouse Fire-clay Works, Huddersfield. 

33. BROOKE, JAMES, AND SON : 

Bradley Mills, Huddersfield. 

47. BROOKE, SIMPSON, AND SPILLER: 

50, Old Broad Street, London. 

23. BROOKES AND CROOKES: 

Atlantic Works, Sheffield. 

13. BROOKS, ROBERT: 

Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire. 

9. BROOKS (VINCENT), DAY, AND SON : 

Gate Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. 

47. BROOMHEAD, GEORGE E. : 

11, Union Place, Aberdeen. 

43. BROOMHILL COAL CO. : 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

34. BROUGH (J. AND J.), NICHOLSON, AND CO.: 

Leek, Staffordshire. 

54. BROUGHTON COPPER CO., LIMITED: 

Broughton Copper Works, Manchester. 

43. BROWN, BAYLET, AND DIXON, LIMITED : 

Steel and Iron W orks, Sheffield. 

54. BROWN, B. AND J., AND CO.: 

39, Charlotte Street, Blackfriars Road, London. 

17. BROWN BROTHERS (Late W. SCOTT MORTON AND CO.) 
Caledonian Crescent, Dairy Road, Edinburgh. 

33. BROWN BROTHERS : 

Buckholm Mill, Galashiels. 

47. BROWN, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

67, Princes Street, Leicester Square, London. 

68. BROWN, JOHN, AND CO., LIMITED : 

Atlas Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield. 

51. BROWN, J. B., AND CO. : 

90, Cannon Street, London. 

33. BROWN, JOHN: 

Lion Mills, Bay Hall, Huddersfield. 

33. BROWN, LINSTEAD, AND CO.: 

4, Duke Street, Manchester. 

13. BROWN, RICHARD, AND SON: 

324, Kennington Road, London. 

33. BROWN, WILLIAM, AND SONS : 

Wilderbank Mills, Galashiels, Scotland. 

20. BROWNHILLS POTTERY CO.: 

Tunstall, Staffordshire. 

12. BROWNRIGG, T. M.: 

Aldington House, Guildford. 

20. BROWN-WESTHEAD (T. C.), MOORE, AND CO.: 

Cauldon Place, Staffordshire Potteries. 


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ci ass 

9. BRUCKMANN, F. : 

1 7, Southampton Street, Strand, London. 

67. BRUNE AND CO. : 

Eden Street, Hampstead Road, London. 

50. BRUNTON, VM, AND CO. : 

Cambrian Safety Fuse Works, Wrexham. 

50. BRUNTON, AND TRIER: 

Ransome’s Foundry, Battersea. 

33. BRYDONE AND BROWN: 

Yarrow Mill, Selkirk. 

52. BUCHANAN, G., AND CO.: 

25, Bucklersbury, London. 

45. BUCHANAN, JAMES: 

58, Dale Street, Tradeston, Glasgow. 

10. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE MILLBOARD CO. : 

The Lower Mills, Wooburn. 

33. BULL AND WILSON: 

52, St. Martin’s Lane, London. 

66. BULLIVANT, THOS. : 

104, Ledbury Road, Bayswater, London. 

38 BURBIDGE AND ROWLEY: 

Middle Street, Aldersgate Street, London. 

51. BURGESS AND KEY: 

Holborn Viaduct, London. 

66. BURGH CASTLE PORTLAND CEMENT CO., LIMITED : 
Burgh Castle, Great Yarmouth. 

47. BURGOYNE, BURBIDGES, CYRIAX, AND FARRIES: 
16, Coleman Street, London. 

51. BURNARD, LACK, AND ALGER: 

Plymouth. 

52. BURNEY AND CO.: 

Millwall Docks, London. 

43. BURNHOPE COAL CO. : 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

43. BURYS AND CO., LIMITED: 

Regent Works, Sheffield. 

50. BUSH AND DE SOYRES: 

Bristol Iron Foundry, St. Philip’s, Bristol. 

62. BUSH, JOHN, AND CO.: 

200, Camberwell Road, London. 

47, 74. BUSH, WILLIAM JOHN, AND CO.: 

20 to 23, Artillery Lane, Bishopsgate Street, London. 

21. BUTCH ART, LINDSAY, AND CO. : 

Linen Works, Dundee. 

33. BYROM, ROBERT: 

Slackcote Mills, Delph, near Manchester. 


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INDEX 


c. 

Class. 

18 . CAIRNS, PETER : 

4, Livingston Place, Portobello, near Edinburgh, 
74. CALLARD AND BOWSER: 

20, Finchley Road, London. 

43. CAMBRIAN PATENT FUEL CO., LIMITED : 

Masonic Hall Chambers, Cardiff, South Wales. 

19. 18. CAMM BROTHERS: 

41, Frederick Street, Birmingham. 

68. CAMMELL, C., AND CO., LIMITED- 
Cyclops Works, Sheffield. 

20. CAMPBELL BRICK AND TILE CO.: 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

66. CAMPBELL, HUGH, AND SON: 

Moor Quarries, Newry, Ireland. 

66. CANDY AND CO. : 

Chudleigh Road Station, Newton Abbot, Devon, 
47. CANTRELL AND COCHRANE: 

Nassau Place, Dublin. 

17. CAPEL, HENRY: 

26, Great Titchfield St., London. 

30. CARLILE, JAMES, SONS, AND CO.: 

Bankend Mills, Paisley. 

33. CARR, ISAAC, AND CO.: 

Twerton Mills, Bath. 

52. CARR, THOMAS, Trustees of the late : 

39 , Broad Street, Bristol. 

47. CARRUTHERS AND ALLAN: 

60, Robertson Street, Glasgow. 

51. CARSON AND TOONE: 

Wiltshire Foundry, Warminster. 

52. CARTER, J. HARRISON: 

82, Mark Lane, London. 

85. CARTER, DUNNETT, AND BEALE: 

High Holbom, London. 

35. CASHMERE, MAHARAJAH OF. 

Sirinaghar, Cashmere, India. 

43. CASTLE IRON CO. (See NETTLEFOLDS) : 

16, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

75. CATTO, JAMES: 

21-j, Adelphi, Aberdeen. 

29, 41. CAVE, H. J., AND SONS: 

40, Wigmore Street, London. 

15. CETTI, E., AND CO.: 

11 and 31, Brooke Street, Holborn, London. 

67. CHADBURNAND SON: 

11, Waterloo Road, Liverpool. 

63. CH ALLEN AND SON: 

20, Oxford Street, London. 

69. CHAMBERLIN, JAMES: 

Post Office Street, Norwich. 

43. CHAMBERS, G., AND CO.: 

Redditch. 


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Ol^ss 

47. CHAMBERS, JAMES, AND CO. : 

73, Great Tower Street, London. 

13. CHANOT, GEORGE : 

103, Wardour Street, London. 

29. CHAPMAN, SON, AND CO.: 

2 and 3, Charterhouse Buildings, London. 

66. CHATWOOD, SAMUEL: 

120, Cannon Street, London. 

66. CHEAVIN, GEORGE: 

Wide Bargate Filter Works, Boston, Lincolnshire. 

33. CHILD, WILLIAM: 

Shelley, near Huddersfield. 

70. CHRISTIE AND CO.: 

Royal Mint Street, City, London. 

63. CHRISTIE, WILLIAM : 

35, Station Street, Walsall. 

38. CHRISTY, J. E. AND W., AND CO.: 

35, Gracechurch Street, London. 

86. CHRISTY, THOMAS, & CO. : 

155, Eenchurch Street, London. 

86. CHRISTY, THOMAS, F.L.S. : 

155, Fenchurch Street, London. 

30. CHRISTY, W. M., AND SONS, LIMITED : 

14, West Mosley Street, Manchester. 

24, 25, 66. CHUBB AND SON: 

128, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

34. CLABBURN, SONS, AND CRISP: 

Pitt Street, Norwich. 

71. CLANCHY, T. J.: 

Munster Dairies Depot, Cork. 

66. CLARK AND CO.: 

Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London. 

30. CLARK AND CO.: 

Anchor Mills, Paisley. 

30. CLARK, J., AND CO.: 

Paisley Thread Works, Paisley. 

33. CLARK, JOHN AND THOMAS : 

Trowbridge. 

49. CLARK, SON, AND MORLAND: 

Glastonbury. 

43. CLARK, T. AND C., AND CO.: 

Shakespeare Foundry, Wolverhampton. 

68. CLARK, CAPTAIN EDWARD PODMORE: 

33, Green Park, Bath. 

63. CLARK, WILLIAM : 

232, Oxford Street, London. 

11. CLARKE, C. PURDON: 

16, Earl’s Court Gardens, Brompton, London. 

43. CLARKE, HENRY, & CO. : 

17, Gracechurch Street, London. 

70. CLARKE, W. G. : 

Regent’s Canal, Commercial Road, Limehouse, London. 


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Cl ass 

51, 54. CLAYTON AND SHUTTLE WORTH : 

Lincoln. 

34. CLAYTON, MARSDENS, HOLDEN, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Wellington Mills, Halifax. 

28. CLEAVER, F. S., AND SONS: 

32 and 33, Red Lion Street, Holborn, London. 

33. CLEGG, JESSE: 

King’s Head Buildings, Huddersfield. 

43. CLEVELAND IRONMASTERS’ ASSOCIATION, AND NORTH 
OF ENGLAND IRON MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION: 
Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough. 

66. CLIFF, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

Fire Clay Works, Wortley, Leeds. 

25. COALBROOKDALE CO. : 

Coalbrookdale, Shropshire. 

30. COATS, J. AND P.: 

Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley. 

33. COCHR ANE, ADAM L., AND BROTHERS: 

Netherdale, Galashiels, Scotland. 

57. COCKILL, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Liversedge, Yorkshire. 

62. COCKSHOOT, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Manchester. 

52. CODD, HIRAM, AND CO.: 

51, King William Street, City, London. 

54. COHNE, SIGISMUND: 

13, Sise Lane, London. 

8. COLE, ARTHUR C., AND SON: 

St. Domingo House, Oxford Gardens, Notting Hill, London. 

51. COLEMAN AND MORTON: 

London Road Iron Works, Chelmsford, Essex. 

9. COLLINGRIDGE, W. H. AND L.: 

128 and 129, Aldersgate Street, London. 

18, 66. COLLINSON AND LOCK: 

169, Fleet Street, London. 

6. COLMAN AND GLENDENNING: 

23, Warwick Lane, London. 

47, 52, 69, 74. COLMAN, J AND J.: 

108, Cannon Street, London. 

41. COLTMAN, WILLIAM: 

332, High Street, Cheltenham. 

66. COLTHURST, SYMONS, AND CO.: 

Bridgewater. 

43. COLVER BROS. : 

Pilot Works, Sheffield. 

56. COMBE, BARBOUR, AND COMBE: 

Falls Foundry, Belfast. 

43. COMPAGNIE HOUILLIEIRE DE GRAIGOLA. 

Merthyr, Swansea. 

19. CONSTABLE, WILLIAM HENRY: 

The Avenue, Cambridge. 

47, 51. COOK, EDWARD, AND CO.: 

East London Chemical W orks, Bow, London. 

43. COOKE BROTHERS: 

Constitution Hill, Birmingham. 


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ci ass 

50. COOKE, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Hawley Street, Belmont Passage, Birmingham. 

21. COOKE, SONS, AND CO.: 

12, Friday Street, City, London. 

18. COOPER, H. AND J. : 

8 and 9, Great Pnlteney Street, Golden Square, London. 

49. COOPER, FREDERICK E.: 

29, Crimscott Street, Bermondsey, London. 

62. COOPER, JAMES CHARLES: 

111, Long Acre, London. 

20. COPELAND, W. T., AND SONS: 

160, New Bond Street, London. 

36. COPESTAKE, HUGHES, CRAMPTON, AND CO.: 

5, Bow Church Yard, City, London. 

52. COPPARD, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Albion Works, Devonshire Street, Soho, Birmingham. 

51. CORBETT AND PEELE: 

Perseverance Iron Works, Shrewsbury. 

43. CORBETT, JOHN, M.P.: 

Stoke Prior Salt Works, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. 

21. CORBLERE, SON, AND BRINDLE : 

30, Cannon Street, London. 

52. CORCORAN, WITT, AND CO.: 

28, Mark Lane, London. 

75. CORK DISTILLERIES’ CO., LIMITED: 

Morrison’s Island, Cork, Ireland. 

10. CORNELISSEN, L., AND SON: 

22, Great Queen Street, Lincoln’s Inn, London. 

34. CORNES, W. W., AND CO.: 

Park Mills, Macclesfield. 

47. CORRY, WILLIAM, AND CO. : 

Cromac Street, Belfast. 

21. CORTICINE FLOOR COVERING CO.: 

112, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

56. COTTON, STEPHEN: 

Brookfield Foundry, Belfast. 

51. COULTAS, JAMES : 

Perseverance Ironworks, Spittlegate, Grantham. 

31. THE COUNTY DOWN FLAX SPINNING AND WEAVING CO. 
LIMITED : 

Donegall Square South, Belfast. 

34. COURTAULD, SAMUEL, AND CO. : 

19, Aldermanbury, London. 

10. COWAN, ALEXANDER, AND SON: 

50, Cannon Street, London. 

53. COWAN, W. AND B.: 

Church Street, Millbank, London. 

57. CRAIG, A. F., AND CO. : 

Caledonia Engine Works, Paisley. 

38. CRAIG, CHRISTIE, AND CO. : 

23, Potterrow, Edinburgh. 

43. CRAMLINGTON COAL CO.: 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

20. CRAVEN, DUNNILL, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Jackfield Works, near Ironbridge, Salop. 


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Class. 

30. CREWDSON, CROSSES, AND CO., LIMITED: 

40, Portland Street, Manchester. 

8. CRISP, EDWARDS, M.D.: 

16, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, London. 

67. CRISPIN, WILLIAM HENRY: 

Marsh Gate Lane, Stratford, London. 

34. CRITCHLEY, BRINSLEY, AND CO.: 
Macclesfield. 

10. CROMPTON, JAMES R. : 

Elton Paper Mills, Bury, Lancashire. 

72. CROSSE AND BLACKWELL: 

21, Soho Square, London. 

56. CROSSLEY (JOHN) AND SONS, LIMITED : 

Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

15. CROUCH, HENRY : 

66, Barbican, London. 

39, CROUCH, JOSEPH M.: 

203 and 221, Regent Street, London. 

39. CROUCH, WM. ALBERT: 

264, Regent Street, London. 

52. CROWLEY, JOHN, AND CO. : 

Meadow Hall Ironworks, Sheffield. 

28. CROWN PERFUMERY CO. (W. S. THOMSON) 
177, New Bond Street, London. 

66. CUBITT, WILLIAM, AND CO. : 

258, Grays’ Inn Road, London. 

67. CUNARD, BURNS, AND MAC IYER : 

8, Water Street, Liverpool. 

38. CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER) AND CO. : 

230, Leith Walk, Edinburgh. 

67. CUNNINGHAM, SHAW, AND CO. : 

24, Water Street, Liverpool. 

74. CURR, THOMAS : 

7, School Hill, Aberdeen. 

38. CURRIE, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Dairy Road, Edinburgh. 

66. CWMORTHIN SLATE CO., LIMITED: 
Portmadoc, North Wales. 


D. 


30. DACCA TWIST CO.: 

96-104, Portland Stieet, Manchester. 

48. DALGLISH (R.), FALCONER, AND CO. : 
Glasgow. 

12, 15. DALLMEYF.R, JOHN HENRY: 

19, Bloomsbury Street, London 
33. DALZIEL, JAMES, AND CO.: 

Tweedholm Mill, Walkerburn, Scotland. 

39. DAMON, ROBERT: 

4, Pulteney Buildings, Weymouth. 

10. DANE AND CO. : 

33, Bouverie Street, London. 


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Ol&ss 

9. DANGERFIELD, FREDERICK : 

22, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London, 

20. DANIELL, A. B„ AND SON: 

46, Wigmore Street, London. 

8. DARRAGH, THOMAS: 

7, College Square North, Belfast. 

15. DARTON, F., AND CO.: 

45, Saint John Street, West Smithfield, London. 

51. DAYEY, PAXMAN, AND CO.: 

Colchester. 

52. DAVIES AND SNEADE: 

19 and 21, Cheapside, Liverpool. 

50. DAVIES, DAVID : 

Viaduct Works, Crumlin, near Newport, Mon. 

63. DAVIS AND WILSON: 

37 and 38, Sun Street West, Birmingham. 

52. DAVIS’S EXCELSIOR KNIFE CLEANING MACHINE CO.: 
69, Leadenhall Street, London. 

23. DAVIS, J. C.: 

69, Leadenhall Street, London. 

31. DAWSON, MARK, AND SON: 

Springhead Mills, Bowling, Bradford. 

34. DEAN, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Monk Street Mills, Derby. 

37. DEBENHAM AND FREEBODY: 

27, 29, 31, Wigmore Street, London. 

49. DEED, JOHN S., AND SONS: 

451, Oxford Street, London. 

52. DELL, W. R., AND SON: 

26, Mark Lane, London. 

66. DE MICHELE, VICTOR D. : 

Clifie Creek, Rochester. 

33. DENHAM, W., AND CO. : 

Britannia Mills, Colne Road, Huddersfield. 

51. DENTON, HENRY: 

St. Peter’s Ironworks, Wolverhampton. 

36. DE ROTHSCHILD, LADY : 

TriDg Park, Tring, Hertfordshire. 

47. DESOTO ALKALI CO., LIMITED: 

Widnes, Lancashire. 

43. DEVON GREAT CONSOLS CO., LIMITED: 

134, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, City, London. 

30. DEWHURST, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Belle Vue Mills, Skipton. 

54. DEWRANCE, JOHN, AND CO.: 

176, Great Dover Street, Southwark, London. 

43. DIAMOND FUEL CO., LIMITED: 

23, Old Broad Street, London. 

50. DIAMOND ROCK BORING COS. OF LONDON: 

4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London. 

74. DICKINSON BROTHERS AND CO.: 

4, Fenchurch Buildings, London. 

45. DICKSON, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Gilmore Park, West Fountainbridge, Edinburgh. 


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29 !" DIXIE, Mrs. MARGARET : 

13, Wilmington Square, London. 

49. DIXON, JOHN, SONS, AND TAYLOR: 

Manning Street, Bermondsey, London. 

56. DOBSON AND BARLOW: 

Kay Street Works, Bolton. 

54. DOBSON, THOMAS SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Stoney Street, Nottingham. 

54. DODMAN, ALFRED: 

St James’s Iron Works, King’s Lynn. 

33. DODGSHUN, ISAAC, AND CO.: 

86, Basingliall Street, Leeds. 

15. DOLLOND AND CO. : 

1, Ludgate Hill, London. 

32. DONISTHORPE, A. R.: 

Leicester. 

32. DORRINGTON, B., AND CO. : 

42 & 43, Glitter Lane, London. 

20, 66. DOULTON AND CO.: 

High Street, Lambeth, London. 

20, 53, 66. DOULTON AND WATTS: 

Lambeth Pottery, London. 

20, 66. DOULTON, H., AND CO.: 

High Street, Lambeth, London. 

46, 85. DRAPER, JOHN: 

22, Great Winchester Street, London. 

13. DREAPER, W. H. AND G. H.: 

96, Bold Street, Liverpool. 

42. DRISCOLL, HENRY: 

Steam Mills, Baron Street, Pentonville, London. 

61. DUGGAN, THOMAS: 

Howth View, Glasnevin, Dublin. 

66. DUNBALL STEAM POTTERY TILE AND BRICK CO.; 

Dunball, Bridgewater. 

67. DUNLOP, R. II. WALLACE, C.B.: 

12, Kent Gardens, Ealing, Middlesex. 

66. DUNNACHIE, JAMES: 

Glenboig Star Fire-brick Works, near Coatbridge, Scotland. 
10. DUNN AND CO.: 

31, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, London. 

74. DUNN AND HEWETT: 

136, Pentonville Road, London, 

75. DUNVILLE AND CO.: 

Belfast, Ireland. 

52. DUVALLON AND LLOYD: 

Atlas Works, Oozell Street, Birmingham. 

33. DYSON, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

Huddersfield. 

E. 

59. EAGLES, THOMAS D.: 

23, Fenchurch Street, London. 

67. EAST AND WEST INDIA DOCK CO. (J. L. Du Plat Tayl. 

Secretary) : 

Dock House, Billiter Square, London. 


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Class. 

52. EASTWOOD, JAMES, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Bold Street, Preston, Lancashire. 

18. EBBUTT, ALEKED C.: 

(Opposite the Town Hall), Croydon, Surrey. 

38. EDDISON, THOMAS: 

Junction Works, Whitehall Hoad, Leeds. 

64. EDGE, CHAKLES A.: 

21, Bennett’s Hill, Birmingham. 

41. EDGING TON, BENJAMIN: 

2, Duke Street, London Bridge, London. 

69. EDMUNDS AND CATER : 

38, Craven Road, Bayswater, London. 

66. EDWARDS, GEORGE : 

147, Brompton Road, London. 

20. EDWARDS, JOHN : 

King Street, Fenton, Staffordshire. 

54. EDWARDS, WILLIAM JOHN: 

20, Market Place, Manchester. 

40. ELEY BROTHERS, LIMITED: 

254, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

24. ELKINGTON AND CO.: 

Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

12. ELLIOTT AND FRY : 

55, Baker Street, London. 

64. EMBLETON, MACKENZIE, AND CO.: 

10, Arthur Street, London Bridge, London. 

12. ENGLAND, WILLIAM: 

7, St. James’s Square, Notting Hill, London. 

9. ENOCH AND SONS: 

19, Holies Street, Cavendish Square, London. 

10. ERHARDT, II., AND CO.: 

9, Bond Court, Walhrook, London. 

30. ERMEN AND ROBY: 

7, Southgate, Manchester. 

52. ETZENSBERGER, ROBERT U.: 

The Midland Grand Hotel, London. 

34. EVANS, DAVID, AND CO. : 

1, Wood Street, Cheapside, London. 

43. EVANS, D., AND II. C.: 

Ferryside Chambers, Swansea. 

49. EVANS, P. AND S., AND CO.: 

Avonside Tannery, Bristol. 

75. EVANS, RICHARD, AND CO. : 

Wrexham. 

30. EVANS, WALTER, AND CO.: 

Boar’s Head Cotton Manufactory, Derby. 

43. EVANS, EDWARD: 

Blue Stone Quarry, Nantglyn, Denbigh, North Wales. 
47. EVERETT AND CO.: 

51, Fetter Lane, London. 

43. EVERITT, ALLEN, AND SONS: 

Kingston Metal Works, Birmingham. 

66. EWART, RICHARD: 

Ravensthorpe, Yorkshire. 


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F. 

Class. 

54. FAIJA, HENRY : 

4, Great Queen Street, Westminster, London. 

56. FAIRBAIRN, KENNEDY, AND NAYLOR: 

Leeds. 

64. FAIRLIE ENGINE CO.: 

Palace Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, London. 

27. FALKIRK IRON CO. : 

67, Upper Thames Street, London. 

35. FARMER AND ROGERS: 

171, Regent Street, London. 

51. FARMER, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

Dunster House, Mark Lane, London. 

12. FAULKNER, ROBERT, AND CO.: 

21, Baker Street Portman Square, Loudon. 

47. FAYOLLE, GUSTAVE: 

47, Mark Lane, London. 

27. FEETTIAM, MARK, AND CO.; 

9, Clifford Street, Bond Street, London. 

75. FERGUSON AND SON: 

116, Broad Street, Reading. 

30. FERGUSON BROTHERS: 

Holme Head Works, near Carlisle. 

39. FETHERSTON, JOHN J.: 

2, Coppinger’s Row, Dublin. 

38. FIELD AND SONS: 

113-115, Fore Street, City, London. 

66. FINCH, JOHN: 

9, Buckingham Street, Strand, London. 

12. FISK, ALFRED S.: 

St. John Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

38. FLATAU, A. AND W., AND CO.: 

Ropemaker Street, Finsbury, London. 

10. FLEMING, A. B., AND CO.: 

Caroline Park, Edinburgh. 

10. FLETCHER, R., AND SON: 

Kersley Paper Works, Stoneclough, near Manchester. 

49. FLITCH, J. J., AND SON: 

Springwell Leather Works, Buslingthorpe, Leeds. 

18. FOLEY, ARTHUR: 

Fisherton Cabinet Works, Salisbury. 

85. FOLLOWS AND BATE : 

Dutton Street Works, Manchester. 

74. FONDCLAIR BROTHERS : 

Putney Hills, Madura, Madras. 

47. FORSTER AND GREGORY: 

Lonesome Chemical Works, Streatham Common, near London. 
32. FOSTER, JOHN, AND SON: 

Black Dike Mills, Queensbury, near Bradford. 

32. FOSTER, WILLIAM AND HENRY: 

Denholme Mills, near Bingley, Yorkshire. 


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vImqoi 

19. FOURACRE (J. T.), AND WATSON: 

Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon. 

50,51. FOWLER, JOHN, AND CO.: 

71, Cornhill, London. 

43. FOX, CHARLES, AND SON: 

15, Old Change, Cannon Street, London. 

85. FOX, J. CAVEN : 

Royal Horticultural Gardens, South Kensington, London. 

64. FOX, WALKER, AND CO.: 

Atlas Engine Works, Bristol. 

39, 45. FRANCATI AND SANTAMARIA: 

65, Hatton Garden, London. 

66. FRANCIS AND CO.: 

Bridge Foot, Vauxhall, London. 

43. FRANCIS, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

Lion Nail Works, Sparkbrook, Birmingham. 

33. FRASER AND SMITH: 

Church Street, Inverness. 

26. FRODSHAM, G. E. : 

3 1 , Gracechurch Street, London. 

49. FROST, EDWIN : 

197, Upper Thames Street, London. 

74. FRY, J. S., AND SONS: 

12, Union Street, Bristol. 

12. FRY, SAMUEL: 

9, Surbiton Park Terrace, Kingston-on-Thames. 

50. FUSSELL, JAMES, SONS, AND CO.: 

Mells Ironworks, near Frome, Somerset. 

38. FYFE AND ROBINSON : 

9 and 10, Maidenhead Court, Aldersgate Street, London. 


G. 


14. GABRIEL, MESSRS. : 

72, Ludgate Hill, London. 

64. GAGE, THOMAS: 

53, Tindal Street, Bishop’s Road, North Brixton, London. 
54. GALLOWAY, W. AND J., AND SONS: 

Knott Mill Iron Works, Manchester. 

59, 66. GARDNER, A., AND SON: 

36, Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 

20, 27, 36. GARDNER, JOHN, AND SONS: 

453 and 454, Strand, London. 

51, 54. GARRETT, RICHARD, AND SONS : 

Leiston Works, Saxmundham, Suffolk. 

17. GARRETT, RHOD A AND AGNES: 

2, Gower Street, London. 

52. GERAUT, E., AND CO.: 

1 and 2, Corporation Buildings, Farringdon Road, London. 
47. GERRARD, A. W.: 

153, Liverpool Road, London. 

71. GEYELIN AND CO.: 

Belgrave House, Argyle Square, London. 


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^GIBBONS, B., Jun.: 

Lower Gomal, near Stourbridge. 

40. GIBBS, G.: 

29, Corn Street, Bristol. 

51. GIBBS, JAMES, AND CO.: 

16, Mark Lane, London. 

34. GIBSON, S., Jun.: 

Wellington Mill, Leek, Staffordshire. 

39. GIBSON, WILLIAM: 

Donegall Place, Belfast. 

47. GIDNEY, CLARK, AND CO. : 

West Ham Abbey, Stratford, near London. 

51. GILBERT, WILLIAM: 

Shippon, Abingdon, Berkshire. 

10. GILLOTT, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

Victoria Works, Graham Street, Birmingham. 

17. GILLOW AND CO.: 

176, Oxford Street, London. 

33. GLEDHILL, THOMAS : 

Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

66. GLENBOIG PIRE CLAY CO.: 

68, Bath Street, Glasgow. 

47. GLOVER, HENRY, SON, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Hammerton Street Works, Leeds Road, Bradford. 

43. GLOVER, WILLIAM, JAMES, AND CO. : 

St. Helen’s Lancashire. 

12, GODBOLD AND BASEBE: 

8, Grand Parade, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

39. GOGGIN, JEREMIAH: 

74, Grafton Street, Dublin. 

62. GOLD, HENRY: 

Castle Carriage Works, Francis Road, Windsor. 

47. GOLDING, DAVIS, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Marsh Alkali Works, Widnes, Lancashire. 

66. GOLDSWORTHY, T., AND SONS : 

Hulme, Manchester. 

56. GOODALL, A., AND SONS: 

Clifton Bridge Mills, Brighouse, Yorkshire. 

10, 61. GOODALL, CHARLES, AND SON: 

24, Great College Street, Camden Town, London. 

20. GOODE, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

19, South Audley Street, London. 

43. GORDON, A. M c C., AND CO.: 

59 to 61, Bridgewater Street, Liverpool. 

51. GOULDING, W. AND H. M., LIMITED: 

Dublin. 

66. GRAHAM, S. J. CROOK, AND CO. (Executors of the late) 
Premier Street, Boothtown, Halifax. 

69. GRANT, JOHN: 

Craig Mills, Strathmartine, by Dundee. 

66. GRANT, ROBERT: 

9, Tolbooth Wynd, Peterhead, Scotland. 

40. GRANT, STEPHEN: 

67a, St. James’s Street, London. 


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S^GRANVILLE, THE EARL: 

Shelton Colliery and Iron Works, Stoke-upon-Trent. 

9. GRAPHIC, PROPRIETORS OF THE: 

190, Strand, London. 

14. GRAY, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Truss Works, New George Street, Moor, Sheffield. 

43. GREAT WESTERN COLLIERY CO.: 

35, West Bute Street, Cardiff. 

60. GREAVES, WILLIAM: 

Vincent Machine Works, Gelderd Road, Leeds. 

74. GREEN AND STEMBRIDGE: 

54 and 55, Cornwall Road, Lambeth, London. 

54. GREEN, EDWARD, AND SON: 

Economiser Works, Wakefield. 

19, 20. GREEN, JAMES, AND NEPHEW: 

107, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

17. GREEN, CHARLES: 

2, Bank Street, Sheffield. 

11. GREEN, JAMES: 

20, Moore Street, Chelsea, London. 

74. GREEN, JOHN: 

12, Graham Terrace, Ridley Road, Kingsland, London. 
40. GREENER, W. W. : 

St. Mary’s Square, Birmingham. 

30. GREENIIALGH AND SONS : 

Field Mill, Mansfield. 

43. GREENING, N., AND SONS: 

Warrington. 

31. GREENMOUNT SPINNING CO.: 

44, Upper Queen Street, Belfast. 

14. GREENWAY, HENRY (Surgeon) : 

Ham Street, Plymouth. 

58. GREENWOOD AND BATLEY: 

Albion Works, Leeds. 

18. GREGORY AND CO.: 

212, Regent Street, London. 

47. GRIFFITHS, FLETCHER, AND BERDOE: 

107, Cannon Street, London. 

21. GRIMOND, I. AND A. D.: 

Bow Bridge Works, Dundee. 

46. GRIST BROTHERS : 

Marshall’s Buildings, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield. 

10. GROSVENOR, CHATER, AND CO.: 

68, Cannon Street, London. 

34. GROUT AND CO.: 

12, Foster Lane, London. 

15. GRUBB, HOWARD: 

Rathmines, Dublin. 

46. GRUNEBAUM, JOSEPH : 

45, Old Bond Street, London. 

54. GUY, HENRY A., AND CO.: 

11, Cloak Lane, Cannon Street, London. 

31. GUYNET, L. II., AND CO.: 

10, Chichester Street, Belfast. 


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51GWYNNE AND CO.: 

Essex Street Works, Strand, London. 
54. GWYNNE, JOHN AND HENRY: 

89, Cannon Street, London. 


H. 

57. HACKING AND CO.: 

Lord Street, Bury, Lancashire. 

54. IIADFIELD STEEL FOUNDRY CO.: 

Attercliffe, Sheffield. 

34. II AD WEN, JNO., AND SONS: 

Ivebroyd Mills, near Halifax, Yorkshire. 

33. HAIGH, GEORGE : 

Brook Mills, Slaitliwaite, near Huddersfield. 

68. IIALE-MACDONALD WAR ROCKET CO.: 

4, Bridge Chambers, 171, Queen Victoria Street, London. 
32. HALEY, ALFRED, AND CO. : 

Bradford, Yorkshire. 

72. HALFORD, JAMES V.: 

12, Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, London. 

51. HALL, A. W., AND CO. : 

Redbridge Chemical Works, 17, Above Bar, Southampton. 
30. HALL, RALPH, AND CO.: 

15, Chorlton Street, Portland Street, Manchester. 

67. HALL, JULIUS: 

90, Chancery Lane, London. 

30. HALL, LAWRENCE : 

53, Mosley Street, Manchester. 

57. HALL, ROBERT : 

Hope Foundry, Bury, Lancashire. 

18. HALL, THOMAS: 

8, George Street, Edinburgh. 

46. HALL, THOMAS HENRY: 

Bright Mill, Batley. 

56. HALLAM BROTHERS: 

Ecclesfield, near Sheffield. 

66. IIAMBLET, JOSEPH : 

Piercy Brickworks, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. 

66. HAMILTON, JAMES: 

67, Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, Lancashire. 

14. HAMILTON, WILLIAM: 

45 and 46, Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex. 

6. HAMMER, GEORGE M.: 

370, Strand, London. 

52. HANCOCK, F. AND C.: 

Dudley, Worcestershire. 

49. II AN DF OR I) - G R E A T R E X AND BROTHER: 

Whittimere Street, Walsall. 

50. HAND-POWER ROCK DRILL CO. : 

63, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

9. IIANHART, M. AND N.: 

83, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 

42. HANKS, J., AND SON: 

Chameleon Villas, Colchester Road, Walthamstow, Essex. 


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VluoSi 

19,25. HARDMAN, JNO., AND CO.: 

Newhall Hill, Birmingham. 

21. HARE, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Temple Gate, Bristol. 

12. HARE, GEORGE: 

26, Calthorpe Street, London. 

33. HARGREAVE AND NUSSEYS: 

Boar Lane, Leeds. 

53. HARGREAVES AND ROBINSON: 

Victoria Road, Widnes, Lancashire. 

38. HARGROVES, R, A. AND J., AND CO.: 

41, Charterhouse Square, London. 

43. HARLAND, J. W.: 

49, Essex Street, Strand, London. 

85. HARLOW, BENJAMIN: 

Macclesfield, Cheshire. 

43, 66. HARPER AND MOORES: 

Stourbridge. 

14,27. HARRIS, GEORGE HENRY: 

Bristol Street, Birmingham. 

43. HARRISON, AINSLIE, AND CO.: 

Newland Furnace, Ulverston, Lancashire. 

51. HARRISON, McGREGOR, AND CO.: 

Albion Foundry, Leigh, Lancashire. 

62. HARRISON, R., AND SON: 

1, Stanhope Street, Euston Road, London. 

66. HARRISON, GEORGE KING: 

The Lye and Brettell Lane Works, Stourbridge. 

24. HART, SON, PEARD AND CO.: 

53, Wych Street, Strand, London. 

85. HARTLEY AND SUGDEN : 

Atlas and Premier Works, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

50. HATHORN AND CO.: 

30, Charing Cross, London. 

54. HATHORN, DAVIS, AND DAVEY: 

Sun Foundry, Leeds. 

43. HATTERSLEY, E. J., AND CO., LIMITED: 

Peacroft, Sheffield. 

57. HATTERSLEY, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

North Brook Works, Keighley, Yorkshire. 

43. HATTON, SONS, AND CO.: 

Broadwaters Iron and Tin Plate Works, Kidderminster. 

6. HAWES, GEORGE E. : 

Chapel Field, Norwich. 

63. HAWKINS, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Station Street, Walsall. 

30. HAWKINS, JOHN, AND SONS : 

8, Faulkner Street, Manchester. 

43. HAYES, CROSSLEY. AND CO.: 

153, Cheapside, London. 

62. HAYES, HENRY, AND SON : 

Stamford and Peterborough. 

62. HAYNES AND JEFFERIS : 

Ariel Works, Spon Street, Coventry. 

G 913. 


C 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

54. HAYNES, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

227, 229, 231, Edgware Road, Eoridon, 

67. HEAD, WRIGHTSON, AND CO.: 

Teesdale Iron Works, Stockton-on-Tees 
12. HEATH, VERNON: 

43, Piccadilly, London. 

18, 36. HEATON, JOHN ADD AM: 

29, Bloomsbury Square, London. 

12. HEDGES, DAVID: 

7, Queen Street, Lytham. 

15. HEDLEY, E. II.: 

Marrianen-Gasse, 32, Vienna. 

42. HELY, ALFRED A.: 

194, South Lambeth Road, London. 

47. HEMINGWAY, S., AND CO.: 

Trafalgar Street, Bradford, Yorkshire 

13. HEMINGWAY AND THOMAS: 

Victoria Road, Kentish Town, London. 

17. HEMS, HARRY : 

83, Paris Street, Exeter. 

21. HENDERSON AND CO.: 

Durham. 

62. HENDERSON, JAMES, AND CO.: 

60, 62, 64, North Street, Glasgow. 

12. HENDERSON, ALEXANDER L.: 

49, King William Street, City, London. 

75. HENLEY AND SON : 

Joiner Street, Tooley Street, Southwark, London 
40. HENRY, ALEXANDER: 

12, South Saint Andrew Street, Edinburgh 

33. HEPWORTII, B., AND SONS: 

New Wakefield Mills, Dewsbury, 

33. HEWITT AND KEMP : 

Innox Mill, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. 

61. HEWITT, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Cambridge Street Works, Sheffield. 

37. HICK, WILLIAM: 

37, Kirkgate, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 

10. H1CKISSON, Mks. M. A. (late BOND) : 

75, Southgate Road, London. 

43. HIGGIN, THOMAS: 

33, Tower Buildings, Liverpool. 

34. HILDITCII, G. and J. B. : 

11, Cheapside, London. 

51. HILL AND SMITH: 

Brierley Hill, near Dudley. 

55. HILL, CHARLES E., AND CO.: 

119, St. Vincent Street, Glasg ow. 

13. HILLIER, JAMES: 

12, King’s Road, Camden Town, London. 

51, 54. HINDLEY, EDMUND SAMUEL : 

Bourton, Dorset. 

10. HTNKS, WELLS, AND CO. : 

Buckingham Street, Birmingham. 


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GG^HITCIIIXS, RICHARD WILLIAM: 

9, Devonshire Place, Stoke Newington Green, London. 

66. HOBBS, HART, AND CO. : 

76, Cheapside, London. 

24. HODD, R., AND SON : 

30, Hatton Garden, London. 

19. HODGETTS, RICHARDSON, AND SON: 

Wordsley Glass Works, Stourbridge. 

47. HODGSON AND SIMPSON: 

Calder Soap Works, Wakefield. 

57. HODGSON, GEORGE: 

Thornton Road, Bradford. 

49. HOLDEN, EDWARD THOMAS: 

Walsall. 

62. HOLLAND AND HOLLAND: 

254, Oxford Street, London. 

18. HOLLAND AND SONS: 

23, Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, London. 

30. HOLLAND, WM, AND SONS : 

Victoria Mills, Miles Platting, Manchester. 

66. HOLLICK AND CO.: 

Portland Cement Works, Greenwich, London. 

69. HOLLINGTON, JOSEPH : 

Spice Mills, Wolverley, Kidderminster. 

21, 34. HOLME, GEORGE: 

37, Booth Street, Bradford. 

51. HOLMES AND SONS: 

Prospect Place Works, Norwich. 

62. HOLMES, II. AND A.: 

38, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London. 

17. HOLMES, W. M.: 

101, Dean Street, Soho, London. 

63. HOLMES, CHARLES: 

London Road, Derby. 

63. HOLMES, GEORGE EDWARD: 

London Road, Derby. 

63 HOLMES, HERBERT M., Jcn.: 

London Road, Derby. 

75. HOLMES, JOSEPH : 

Crown Chemical Works, Crown Street, Leeds. 

11, 19. HOLT, FRANK : 

St. John’s, Warwick. 

65, 67. HOMFRAY AND CO.: 

7, Great Winchester Street Buildings, City, London. 

71. HOOKER’S CREAM MILK CO., LIMITED: 

Shardlow, Derbyshire. 

71. HOOKER, J.: 

104, Upper Thames Street, London. 

33. HOOPER, CIIAS., AND CO. : 

Eastington Mills, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. 

20. HOPE AND CARTER: 

Fountain Place, Burslem, Staffordshire. 

54. HOPIvlNSON, J., AND CO.: 

Britannia W orks, Huddersfield. 

c 2 


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INDEX . 


rThOPKINSON, J. AND J.: 

235, Regent Street, London. 

62. HOPTON AND SONS: 

67, George Street, Euston Square, London. 

63. HOPTON, THOMAS W. : 

Collingwood Works, Broadwall, London. 

15. HORNE AND THORNTHW AITE : 

416, Strand, London. 

51. HORNSBY, RICHARD, AND SONS: 

Spittlegate Iron Works, Grantham, Lincolnshire. 

30. HORROCKSES, MILLER, AND CO.: 

9, Bread Street, London. 

29. HORSEY, J. G., AND CO. : 

Copperfield Row, Bow. London. 

43. HOUGHTON, JAMES, AND SON: 

Townsend Wire Mills, Turner Street, Warrington, Lancashire. 

43. HOUGHTON, W. D.: 

Sankey Wire Mills, Warrington. 

54,61. HOUSE, HENRY, AND CO.: 

31, Ludgate Hill, London. 

56. HOWARD AND BULLOUGH: 

Globe Works, Accrington, Lancashire. 

17. HOWARD AND SONS: 

25, 26, 27, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London. 

51. HOWARD, JAMES AND FREDERICK: 

Britannia Ironworks, Bedford. 

64. HOWARTII, RICHARD: 

26, Virginia Street, Southport. 

58. HOWE MACHINE CO., LIMITED: 

46 and 48, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

20,36. HOWELL, JAMES, AND CO.: 

5, 7, and 9, Regent Street, London. 

62. HOWES AND SONS: 

City Steam Carriage Works, Chapel Field, Norwich. 

62. HOWES, HENRY WILLIAM: 

Prince of Wales Road, Norwich. 

66. IIOWORTH, JAMES: 

Victoria Works, Farnworth, near Manchester. 

33. HUDSON, SYKES, AND BOUSFIELD: 

Springfield Mills, Morley, Leeds. 

4 7. HUDSON, ROBERT S.: 

Royal Chemical Works, West Bromwich. 

64. HUGHES’ LOCOMOTIVE AND TRAMWAY ENGINE CO., 
LIMITED : 

Falcon Works, Loughborough. 

50. HUMBLE, STEPHEN: 

61, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

51. HUMPHRIES, EDWARD: 

Atlas Iron Works, Pershore, Worcestershire. 

51. HUNT AND TAWELL: 

Atlas Works, Earls Colne, near Halstead, Essex. 

67. HUNTER AND ENGLISH : 

Bow Road, London. 

66. HUNTER, JAMES: 

209, King Street, Aberdeen. 


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37 


70 T HUNTLEY AND PALMERS: 

Reading. 

47. HURLET AND CAMPSIE ALUM CO. : 

115, Wellington Street, Glasgow. 

47. HUTCHISON, ROBERT : 

Springvale Oil Mills, Cowlairs, Glasgow. 

10. HYDE AND CO.: 

25, St. Bride Street, Ludgate Circus, London. 

49. HYDE, ARCHER, AND CO.: 

9, Paternoster Buildings, Newgate Street, London. 
54. HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING CO., LIMITED : 
Chester. 


I 

60. ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: 

198, Strand, London. 

43. IMPERIAL WIRE CO. ( See NETTLEFOLDS) : 

16, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

33. INCORPORATED CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WOOLLEN 
MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION: 

Huddersfield. 

75. 1ND, COOPE, AND CO.: 

Burton-on-Trent. 

56. INGHAM, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Thornton, near Bradford. 

47. INMAN BROTHERS : 

Aspley Place, Huddersfield. 

67. INMAN STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED: 

22, Water Street, Liverpool. 

56. IRVIN AND SELLERS: 

Preston, Lancashire. 

13. IVORY, H. A., AND CO.: 

Wood Green, London. 


J. 

55. JACKSON AND BROTHER : 

Wharf Foundry, Bolton. 

17. JACKSON AND GRAHAM: 

30 to 38, Oxford Street, London. 

18. JACKSON, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

49, Rathbone Place, London. 

34, JACKSON, J., AND F.: 

Sutton Mills, Macclesfield. 

45. JACOB, B.: 

21, Houndsditch, London. 

17. JACOBY, JULIUS: 

52, Regent Street, London. 

29. JACQUES, ZACHRIA: 

6, Upper Abbey Street, Dublin. 

31. JAFFE BROTHERS: 

Belfast. 


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INDEX, 


Class. 

47, 69. JAMES, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

Sutton Road, Plymouth. 

14. JAMIESON, W. AND J.: 

10, Broad Street, Golden Square, London. 

65. JAMIESON, ANDREW: 

Eastern Telegraph Co., 66, Old Broad Street, London. 

47. JARRATT BROTHERS: 

Jesse Street, Manchester Road, Bradford. 

51. JEFFERY AND BLACKSTONE: 

Stamford, Lincolnshire. 

18, 22. JEFFREY AND CO.: 

64, Essex Road, Islington, Loridon. 

18. JEFFREYS, CHARLES : 

103, Hatton Garden, London. 

19. JENKINSON, ALEXANDER: 

10, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

11,29. JENNER AND KNEWSTUB: 

33, St. James’s Street, London. 

66. JENNINGS, GEORGE: 

Palace Wharf, Stangate, London. 

12. JENNINGS, PAYNE: 

Elm Grove, Rosendale Villas, West Dulwich, London. 

47. JENNINGS, THOMAS: 

Chemical Works, Cork, Ireland. 

47. JENSON AND NICHOLSON: 

65, Goswell Road, London. 

43. JESSOP, W., AND SONS, LIMITED: 

Brightside Works, Sheffield. 

43. JOHNSON, CLAPHAM, AND MORRIS : 

24 and 26, Lever Street, Manchester. 

30. JOHNSON (JABEZ) AND FILDES: 

44, Spring Gardens, Manchester. 

66. JOHNSON, J. C., AND Co: 

25, Great Tower Street, London. 

53. JOHNSON, MATTHEY, AND CO.: 

Hatton Garden, London. 

33. JOHNSTON, JAMES, AND CO.: 

New Mill, Elgin, Scotland. 

16. JOHNSTON, W., AND A. K.: 

4, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 

17. JOHNSTONE, JEANES, AND CO.: 

67, New Bond Street, London. 

43. JONAS, MEYER, AND COLVER: 

Continental Steel W orks, Sheffield. 

24. JONES AND WILLIS: 

Temple Row, Birmingham. 

17. JONES, H. BENCE : 

9, New Burlington Street, London. 

69. JONES, ORLANDO, AND CO.: 

York Road, Battersea, London. 

33. JONES, PRYCE: 

Newtown, North Wales. 

29. JONES, THOMAS: 

41, St. James’s Street, London. 


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39 


V>I£4/oS?« 

43. JOWITT, THOMAS, AND SONS : 
Scotia Steel Works, Sheffield. 

60. JUDD AND CO.: 

St. Andrew’s Hill, City, London. 

62. JULIAN, HENRY: 

Bow Street, Bolton. 


K. 

35. KASHMIR, HIS HIGHNESS THE MAHARAJAH OF: 
Sirinaghar, Kashmir, India. 

34. KAY AND RICHARDSON: 

39, Gutter Lane, London. 

51. KEARSLEY, GEORGE : 

British Iron and Implement Works, North Street, Ripon. 

69, 74. KEEN, ROBINSON, BELLYILLE, AND CO.: 

6, Garlick Hill, London. 

51. KELL, MEATS, AND CO. : 

Barton Foundry, Gloucester. 

49. KELLY AND DUNN: 

51-54, Watling Street, Dublin. 

61. KENNEDY’S PATENT WATER METER CO., LIMITED: 

Kilmarnock, Scotland. 

43. KENRICK, ARCHIBALD, AND SONS : 

West Bromwich. 

29. KENT, G. B., AND CO.: 

11, Great Marlborough Street, London. 

27. KERR, EDWARD, Juiv.: 

66, Manor Street, Dublin. 

8. KESSELMEYER, CHARLES A.: 

I, Peter Street, Manchester. 

19. KILNER BROTHERS: 

Great Northern Goods Station, King’s Cross, London. 

75. KINAHAN AND CO.: 

20, Great Titchfield Street, Oxford Street, London. 

66. KINCAID, JOSEPH, C.E.: 

II, Great George Street, Westminster, London. 

66. KING BROTHERS : 

Fire-clay and Brick Works, Stourbridge. 

10. KING, SON, AND WHITAKER : 

4 and 5, Old Bailey, London. 

62. KING, WILLIAM: 

Battlesden Steam Carriage Works, Leighton Buzzard. 

66. KINSMAN, REV. PREBENDARY: 

Tintagel, near Camelford, Cornwall. 

16. KIPS, JOHN JOSEPH: 

14, Moore Street, Brompton, London. 

43. KIRBY, BEARD, AND CO.: 

18, Cannon Street, London. 

47. KIRBY, H. AND T., AND CO.: 

14, Newman Street, London. 

75. KITCHIN, JOSEPH: 

Dunsdale Farm, Westerham, Kent. 


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INDEX 


Class. 

67. KNIGHT, S.: 

4, Ordnance Row, Portsmouth. 
72. KNOWLES, J. AND G.: 
Stonehaven. 

26. KULLBERG, VICTOR : 

105, Liverpool Road, London. 
36. KULP, IT. N„ AND SON: 
Nottingham. 

40. KYNOCII AND CO.: 

Witton, near Birmingham. 


L. 


33. LABRON, J.: 

46, Park Square, Leeds. 

13. LACHENAL AND CO.: 

4, Little James Street, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

52, 61. LADD, J. TL, AND CO.: 

116, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

36. LADIES’ WORK SOCIETY .- 
31, Sloane Street, London. 

67. LAF ARGUE, A. : 

141, Avenue Malakoff, Paris. 

67. LAIRD BROTHERS : 

Birkenhead. 

17. LAMB, JAMES: 

16, John Dalton Street, Manchester. 

66. LAMPREY, J. II. : 

St. Ann’s Park, Wandsworth, London. 

40. LANCASTER, ALFRED: 

27, South Audley Street, London. 

64. LANDORE-SIEMENS STEEL CO., LIMITED: 

3, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London. 

40. LANG, J., AND SONS: 

22, Cockspur Street, London. 

47. LANGTHORNE CHEMICAL WORKS: 

Stratford, near London. 

21. LAPWORTII BROTHERS: 

22, Old Bond Street, London. 

66, 85, 17. LASCELLES, WM. HENRY: 

121, Bunhill Row, London. 

63. LATCHFORD AND WILLSON: 

11, Upper St. Martin’s Lane, London. 

28. LAURENDEAU, P. : 

29, Queen Street, St. Helier’s, Jersey. 

62. LAURIE AND MANNER, LIMITED: 

313, Oxford Street, London. 

66. LAVERS, ALFRED IT.: 

Wharf, Nine Elms, London. 

19. LAVERS, BARRAUD, AND WESTLAKE: 

Endell Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

52. LAWRENCE AND CO.: 

22, St. Mary Axe, City, London. 


INDEX. 


41 


VylOOD. 

54. LAWRENCE AND PORTER: 

36, Parliament Street, London. 

10. LAWRENCE, T. J.: 

12, Wine Office Court, Fleet Street, London. 

56. LAWSON, S., AND SONS: 

Hope Foundry, Leeds. 

51. LE BUTT, JOS1AH: 

Bury St. Edmunds. 

10. LECHERTIER, BARBE, AND CO.: 

60, Regent Street, London. 

38. LEE BROTHERS: 

27, Watling Street, London. 

47. LEECH AND NEAL: 

City Road, Derby. 

43. LEEDS FORGE CO., LIMITED: 

Armley Road, Leeds. 

15. LfiGf, A., AND CO.: 

20, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, London, 

54. LE GRAND AND SUTCLIFF: 

100, Bunhill Row, London. 

50. LE GROS, MAYNE, LEAVER, AND CO.: 

60, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

16. LEIGHTON, JOHN: 

12, Ormonde Terrace, Regent’s Park, London. 

14. LEMALE, T., AND CO.: 

53, Haymarket, London. 

12. LEMERE, BEDFORD, AND CO.: 

147, Strand, London. 

63. LENNAN AND SON: 

29 and 30, Dawson Street, Dublin. 

10. LEONARDT, D., AND CO.: 

Universal Pen Works, Birmingham. 

27. LEONI, S., AND CO.: 

74, Strand, London. 

20. LEPRINCE, L. A. A.: 

33, Park Square, Leeds. 

14. LESLIE AND CO., LIMITED : 

Bond Court House, Walbrook, London. 

29. LEUCHARS AND SON: 

38 and 39, Piccadilly, London. 

47. LEVINSTEIN, L. J., AND SONS: 

Blackley, near Manchester. 

39. LEVETUS BROTHERS: 

56, Vittoria Street, Birmingham. 

67. LEWIN, DAVID JAMES : 

110, Cannon Street, London. 

37. LEWIS, G., AND E. S.: 

12, Warwick Square, City, London. 

40. LEWIS, GEORGE EDWARD : 

32 and 33, Lower Loveday Street, Birmingham. 

28. LEWIS, JAMES: 

6, Bartlett’s Buildings, Holborn, London. 

43. LILLESHALL CO.: 

Priors Lee Hall, near Shifnal, Shropshire. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

38. LINCOLN, BENNETT, AND CO.: 

40, Piccadilly, London. 

72. LINDEMANN, A. C., M.D.: 

10, Wasnidge Street, Hulme, Manchester. 

21. LINOLEUM MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED: 

144, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

67. LIPMAN AND CO. : 

Glasgow. 

12. LIVERPOOL DRY PLATE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING 
CO.: 

1b, St. John’s Hill, Wandsworth, London. 

47. LIVER ALKALI WORKS CO„ LIMITED : 

Lightbody Street, Liverpool. 

31. LIVERPOOL SPUN OAKUM CO.: 

9, North John Street, Liverpool. 

57. LIVESEY, HENRY, LIMITED; 

Blackburn. 

67. LIVIE, DAVID: 

Victoria Docks, Dundee. 

34. LLOYD, ATTREE, AND SMITH: 

32 and 33, Wood Street, London. 

52. LLOYD, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

327, Old Street, Shoreditch, London. 

50. LLOYD, FRANCIS HENRY: 

Wood Green, Wednesbury, Staffordshire. 

51. LOADER, CALEB: 

East Pennard, Shepton Mallet. 

38. LOBB, JOHN: 

296, Regent Street, London. 

12. LOMBARDI AND CO.; 

Brighton. 

67. LONDON AND GLASGOW ENGINEERING AND IRON SHIP- 
BUILDING CO., LIMITED : 

34, Gracechurch Street, London. 

43. LONDON AND SOUTH WALES COAL COMPANY, LIMITED : 
Cardiff. 

64. LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY CO.: 

Locomotive and Carriage Works, Brighton. 

17. LONDON SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIANITY 
AMONGST THE JEWS : 

16, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. 

12. LONDON STEREOSCOPIC COMPANY, LIMITED: 

110, Regent Street, London. 

48. LONDONDERRY, MARQUIS OF : 

Seaham, Durham. 

27. LONGDEN AND CO.: 

Phoenix Foundry, Sheffield. 

14. LONGDON, F., AND CO.: 

Agard Street, Derby. 

33. LORD, E., AND CO.: 

Rocks Mill, Small Bridge, Rochdale. 

9. LOTH, JOHN T.: 

18, Gilmore Place, Edinburgh. 

52. LOWCOCK AND BARR: 

Coleham Foundry, Shrewsbury. 


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43 


Cl ASS 

47. LOWE, CHARLES, AND CO. : 

Reddish, Stockport. 

28. LUCE, GEORGE : 

44, King Street, Jersey. 

17. LUCRAFT, G. S., AND SON: 

79, City Road, London. 

85. LUMBY, EDWIN: 

West Grove Works, Halifax. 

67. LUMLEY, HENRY, AND RUSSELL, J. SCOTT: 

31, St. James’s Street, London. 

33. LUPTON, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

Wellington Street, Leeds. 

38. LYE, THOMAS: 

Luton, Bedfordshire. 

10. LYONS, WILLIAM: 

19, Park Street, near Ducie Bridge, Manchester. 

M. 

72. M c CALL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

137, Iloundsditch, London. 

39. M c CREERY, JAMES : 

103, Thorndyke Street, Belfast. 

66. MACDONALD (A.), FIELD, AND CO.: 

Granite W orks, Aberdeen. 

47. MACFARLAN, J. F., AND CO.: 

17, North Bridge, Edinburgh. 

17. MHNTOSH, ALEXANDER H.: 

Rose Street, Kirkcaldy. 

38. MACINTOSH, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

19, St. Bride’s Street, Ludgate Circus, London. 

24. MACKAY, CUNNINGHAM, AND CO.: 

62, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

47, 73. MACKAY, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Canning Street, Athole Crescent, Edinburgh. 

67, 68. MACKIE, SAMUEL JOSEPH: 

Cotton Powder Works, Faversham. 

53. MACKRILL, EDWARD T., AND CO.: 

Kingsbury, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

54. McKENZIE, THOS., AND SONS, LIMITED : 

16, Holborn Viaduct, London. 

51. MCLAREN, JOHN AND HENRY: 

Midland Engine Works, Jack Lane, Hunslet, Leeds. 
33. M C LAURIN, PETER, SON, AND CO. : 

Langholm, Dumfriesshire. 

66. M C LEAN AND CO,: 

St. Helen’s Wharf, 25, Bankside, Southwark, London. 
64. MAC LELLAN, P. & W.: 

Clutha Iron Works, Glasgow. 

38. M c LINTOCK, JAMES, AND SONS: 

Barnsley, Yorkshire. 

50. MACNAB, JAMES: 

17, Charles Street, Cavendish Square, London. 

62. M C N AUGHT AND SMITH : 

45, Park Lane, London. 


44 


1_NI>KX. 


56 aS M c NAUGHT, JOHN AND WILLIAM: 

St. George’s Foundry, Rochdale. 

38. MACQUEEN AND CO.: 

8 and 9, Barbican, London. 

53, 47. MACTEAR, JAMES, E.C.S.: 

St. Rollox Chemical Works, Glasgow. 

33. MAHON Y, MARTIN, AND BROTHERS: 

3, Camden Quay, Cork. 

51. MALDON IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED: 

Maldon, Essex. 

36. MALLET, HENRY, AND SONS: 

Mary Gate, Nottingham. 

12. MALTBY, WILLIAM F.: 

176, Upper Street, Islington, London. 

38. MANBY, JOHN : 

21, Rue Auber, Paris. 

47. MANDER BROTHERS: 

W ol verhampton . 

46. MARCO VITCII AND CO.: 

11, Air Street, Regent Street, London. 

36. MARLBOROUGH, DUCHESS OF: 

Viceregal Lodge, Dublin. 

33. MARLING AND CO.: 

Ebley and Stanley Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

50. MARSDEN, H. R.: 

Soho Foundry, Meadow Lane, Leeds. 

17. MARSH, JONES, AND CRIBB : 

Boar Lane, Leeds. 

31. MARSHALL AND CO.: 

Leeds and Shrewsbury. 

75. MARSHALL AND HOLLAND: 

1, Dod Street, Limehouse, London. 

55,66. MARSHALL, ALFRED, AND CO.: 

Perseverance Iron Works, Heneage Street, Brick Lane, London. 
43. MARSHALL, ROBERT : 

173, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

51. MARSHALL, SONS, AND CO., LIMITED : 

Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough. 

60. MARSHALL, T. J„ AND CO. : 

Campbell Works, Gillet Street, Kingsland, London. 

39. MARSHALL, W., AND CO.: 

24 and 25, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

43. MARSTON, JOHN : 

Paul Street, Wolverhampton. 

67. MARTIN, C., AND CO. : 

72, Mark Lane, London. 

63. MARTIN, ROBERT: 

Old Charlton, Kent. 

64. MARTIN, WILLIAM : 

245, Oldham Road, Manchester. 

54. MARTINEAU AND SMITH: 

Holloway Head, Birmingham. 

43. MASON AND CO.: 

5, Arthur Street East, London. 


INDEX. 


45 


Class. 

50. MASSEY, B. AND S.: 

Canal Iron Works, Openshaw, Manchester. 

54,57. MATHER AND PLATT: 

Salford Iron Works, Manchester. 

14. MATHER, WILLIAM: 

Earringdon Road, London. 

38. MATTHEWS, J. : 

16, Oakley Street, Waterloo Road, London. 

54. MAUDSLAY, SONS, AND FIELD : 

Westminster Bridge Road, London. 

20. MAW AND CO.: 

Benthal Works, Broseley, Shropshire. 

74. MAW, THOMAS: 

Jacob’s Well, Camp Road, Leeds. 

47. MAWSON AND SWAN: 

Mosley Street, Ne\vcastle-on-Tyne. 

63. MAXWELL, HENRY, AND CO.: 

161, Piccadilly, London. 

54. MAY AND MOUNTAIN: 

Suffolk Works, Berkeley Street, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

27. MAY, G. H., AND CO.: 

126 and 127, High Street, Cowes, Isle of Wight. 

14. MAYER AND MELTZER: 

71 , Great Portland Street, London. 

42. MEAD AND CO.: 

73, Cheapside, London. 

52. MEADOW FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED : 

Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. 

17. MELLIER, CHARLES, AND CO. : 

48, 49, and 50, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London. 
33. MELLOR, THOMAS, AND SON: 

Thongs Bridge Mills, near Huddersfield. 

74. MENIER, EMILE: 

Southwark Street, Borough, London. 

60. MENUEL, EUGENE : 

19, Tysoe Street, Clerkenwell, London. 

54. MERRY WEATHER AND SONS: 

63, Long Acre, London. 

38. MEYER AND MORTIMER: 

36, Conduit Street, London. 

67. MEYER, FRANK JOHN: 

B12, Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. 

38. MIDDLEMASS, JAMES, AND CO.: 

1 8, South Bridge, Edinburgh. 

70. MIDDLEMASS, ROBERT: 

77, Causewayside, Edinburgh. 

8. MIDDLETON, THOMAS JOHN: 

38, Little Queen Street, High Holborn, London. 

19. MILLAR, JOHN, AND CO.: 

2, South Saint Andrew Street, Edinburgh. 

49. MILLER, J. AND J„ AND CO.: 

6, New Leather Market, London. 

43. MIL WARD, HENRY, AND SONS: 

Washford Mills, Redditch. 


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INDEX. 


Class. 

75. MIN CHEN BROTHERS : 

Aska, Gain jam District, Madras. 

9. MINOLA, NICOLA: 

24, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

11. MINNS, JAMES: 

Mariners Lane, Norwich. 

20. MINTON, HOLLINS, AND CO. : 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

20. MINTON’S : 

Stok e-upon-Trent. 

21. MITCHELL BROTHERS : 

Albert Works, Waterfoot, near Manchester. 

33. MITCHELL, COATS, AND CO.: 

Tweed Place Mills, Galashiels. 

30. MITCHELL AND WIIYTLAW: 

84, Ingram Street, Glasgow. 

57. MITCHELL, WILLIAM: 

Killinghall Mill, Ripley, Yorkshire. 

54, 10. MONCRIEFE, JOHN: 

North British Glass Works, Perth. 

72. MOIR, JOHN, AND SON: 

Glasshouse Fields, Brook Street, Ratcliffe, London. 

13. MONINGTON AND WESTON: 

9, Camden Street, London. 

42. MONTANARI, RICHARD: 

3, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London. 

43. MONTGOMERIE, JOHN C.: 

Stone Works, Dalmore, Stair, Ayrshire. 

9. MOONEN, CHARLES: 

1, Rue St. Eleuthere, Paris. 

43. MOREWOOD, E., AND CO.: 

Llanelly, South Wales. 

37. MORLEY, J. AND R.: 

18, Wood Street, Cheapside, London. 

51. MORRIS AND GRIFFIN : 

Ceres Works, Wolverhampton. 

47. MORSON, THOMAS, AND SON: 

31, 33, and 124, Southampton Row, London. 

23. MORTON, JOSEPH: 

343, Oxford Street, London. 

54. MULLER, II. L.: 

22, Mary Ann Street, Birmingham. 

62. MULLINER, FRANCIS : 

59, Great Charlotte Street, Liverpool. 

62. MULLINER, HENRY: 

Leamington. 

69. MUMFORD, PETER, AND SON: 

Farringdon Road, London. 

69. MUMFORD, PETER, JUNIOR : 

. Royal Flour Mills, Victoria Embankment, Vauxhall, London. 

31. MURPHY AND REYNOLDS: 

Drumcairne Mills, Armagh, Ireland. 

31. MURPHY, JOSEPH, AND SON: 

Lurgan, Ireland. 

27, 62. MUSGRAVE AND CO., LIMITED: 

Cromac Foundry, Belfast. 


INDEX. 


47 


38? S MUTTON, THOMAS, AND CO.: 
84, King’s Koad, Brighton. 


N. 

21. NAIRN, MICHAEL, AND CO. : 

Kirkcaldy, Scotland. 

54. NAPIER, D., AND SON : 

Vine Street, York Road, Lambeth, London. 

54. NATHAN, DAVID : 

2, Queen Street Place, City, London. 

23. NEAL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

23, 24, and 25, Hampden Gurney Street, London. 

23, 39. NEAL, JOHN: 

44, 46, and 48, Edgware Road, London. 

51. NEALE, MELVILLE T.: 

Chandos Chambers, Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London. 

33. NEAVE, S., AND SONS: 

7, Peel Street, Manchester. 

15. NEGRETTI AND ZAMBRA: 

Holborn Viaduct, London. 

83. NEIGHBOUR, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

127, High Holborn, London. 

43. NETTLEFOLDS: 

16, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

66. NEVILLE, JACKSON : 

8, Walter Street, Eallowfield, Manchester. 

43. NEW ALL, R. S. : 

Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

54. NEWBOLD, EDWARD: 

22, Low Pavement, Nottingham. 

18. NEWMAN, MRS. CHARLOTTE: 

329, Euston Road, London. 

43. THE NEWPORT- ABERCARN BLACK VEIN STEAM COAL 
CO., LIMITED (T. BEYNON AND CO.) : 

115, Leadenhall Street, London. 

9. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING CO.: 

63, Fleet Street, London. 

60. NEWSUM, WOOD, AND DYSON: 

Meadow Road, Leeds. 

6. NEWTON AND CO.: 

3, Fleet Street, London. 

75. NEW WESTMINSTER BREWERY CO., LIMITED : 

Earl Street, Horseferry Road, Westminster, Loudon. 

42. NICHOLSON, HAMLET : 

Kilner Deyne Terrace, The Park, Rochdale. 

34. NICHOLSON, J. 0. : 

Hope Mills, The Dams, Maccelsfield. 

51, 54. NICHOLSON, W. N., AND. SON : 

Trent Iron Works, Newark-on-Trent. 

38. NICOLL, HENRY JOHN: 

114—120, Regent Street, London. 

51. NITRO-PHOSPHATE AND ODAMS’ CHEMICAL MANURE 
CO., LIMITED : 

109, Eenchurch Street, London. 


INDEX. 


?2. S NORMAN, CARL, AND CO.: 

Graphic Villa, Tunbridge Wells. 

54. NORRIS, S. E., AND CO.: 

St. Paul’s Works, Shad well, London. 

47. NORTH BRITISH CHEMICAL CO., LIMITED: 

149, Hope Street, Glasgow. 

43. NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIA- 
TION, AND CLEVELAND IRONMASTERS’ ASSOCIATION: 
Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough. 

34. NORWICH CRAPE CO., LIMITED : 

St. Augustine’s, Norwich. 

51. NOTTINGHAM MALLEABLE IRON CO., LIMITED: 

Kirke White Street, Nottingham. 

37. NOTTINGHAM MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED: 

Station Street, Nottingham. 


o. 


54. OAKEY, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Wellington Mills, Westminster Bridge Road, London. 

47. OAKBANK OIL CO., LIMITED: 

128, Ingram Street, Glasgow. 

62. OFFORD, JOSEPH: 

79, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London. 

18. OGDEN, HENRY, AND SON: 

126, Deansgate, Manchester. 

51. OHLENDORFF AND CO.: 

15, Leadenhall Street, London. 

18. OPPENHEIM, WILLIAM: 

75, Newman Street, Oxford Street, London. 

11. ORTNER AND HOULE: 

3, St. James’s Street, London. 

28. OSBORNE, BAUER, AND CHEESEMAN: 

19, Golden Square, London. 

19. OSLER, F. AND C.: 

45, Oxford Street, London. 

35, 39. OULMAN (LES FILS) AND CO.: 

2, Rue Drout, Paris. 


P. 

51. PACKARD, EDWARD, AND CO.: 

6, Princes Street, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

48. PALMER AND STORY : 

Holme Works, Carlisle. 

43,54. PALMER, MORGAN, AND CO.: 

Cardiff. 

8. PALMER, SAMUEL: 

75 a. Strand, London. 

67. PALMER’S SHIPBUILDING AND IRON CO., LIMITED: 
Jarrow, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

27. PARIS, JAMES: 

Margery Park Road, Stratford, near London. 


INDEX, 


Class. ' i 

70. PARKINSON BROTHERS: 

43, Hammerton Street, Burnley. 

85. PARKINSON, WILLIAM: 

Market Place, Ripon. 

67. PARRATT, GEORGE FREDERICK: 

Windham Club, St. James’s Square, London. 
69. PARSONS, FLETCHER, AND CO.: 


' i/ toX 


Dyer’s Buildings, Gravel Lane, Southwark, London. 
43. PARSONS, P. M. : 

Lombard Street, Southwark, London. 

74. PATCHITT, E. CHESHIRE: 


Ilkeston Road, Nottingham. 

9. PATENT LITHOTYPE CO., LIMITED: 

22, St. John’s Square, Clerkenwell, London. 


54. PATENT NUT AND BOLT CO.: 

London Works, near Birmingham. 

50. PATENT PLUMBAGO CRUCIBLE CO.: 
Battersea Works, London. 


9. PATENT PRINTING SURFACE CO.: 

281, Strand, London. 

66. PATENT SELENITIC CEMENT CO., LIMITED : 

1, Great College Street, Westminster, London. 

18. PATENT SHOW TABLET CO.: 

Charlotte Street, Shoreditch, London. 

VO, 41. PATENT WATERPROOF PAPER AND CANVAS CO. 

Canal Works, Willesden Junction, near London. 

30. PATENT VELVET CO.: 

1, Peter Street, Manchester. 

33. PATON, J. AND D., AND CO.: 

Tillicoultry, Scotland. 

40. PATSTONE, JOHN : 

25, High Street, Southampton. 

34. PATTERSON, W., AND SONS: 

Nottingham. 

49. PAUL, WILLIAM: 

Oak Tannery, Kirkstall Road, Leeds. 

28. PEARS, A. AND F. : 

91, Great Russell Street, London. 

70. PEEK, FREAN, AND CO.: 

Drummond Road, London. 

11. PEEL, JOSEPH: 

Roker Lane, Pudsey, near Leeds. 

63. PEIRCE, W. ADAMS: 

6, Bridge Road, Woolstone, Southampton. 

54. PENN, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Greenwich. 

52. PENNEY AND CO., LIMITED: 

Lincoln. 

66. PEN YR ORSEDD SLATE QUARRY CO.: 

Carnarvon. 


17. PEREIRA, JOHN, AND SON: 

16, Wellington Road, Barnsbury, London. 
27. PERRY, ALEX., AND CO: 

7, Little Tower Street, London. 

G 913. 


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INDEX. 


lO^PERRY AND CO., LIMITED: 

36, Lancaster Street, Birmingham. 

72. PERRY, W. T. L.: 

Mount’s Bay Steam Works, Penzance. 

66. PETERHEAD GRANITE POLISHING CO.: 

Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. 

34. PETERS AND CO. : 

City Road Mills, Derby. 

62. PETERS, THOS., AND SONS: 

Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London. 

18. PEYTON AND PEYTON: 

Bordesley Works, Birmingham. 

16. PHILIP, GEORGE, AND SON: 

32, Fleet Street, London. 

17. PHILLIPS, ALBERT: 

Excelsior Works, Rea Street South, Birmingham. 

43. PHOSPHOR BRONZE CO., LIMITED: 

139, Cannon Street, London. 

54. PICKERING, JONATHAN : 

Globe Works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

51. PICKSLEY, SIMS, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Bedford Foundry, Leigh, Lancashire. 

66. PICTOR AND SONS: 

Box, near Chippenham, Wilts. 

28. P1ESSE AND LUBIN : 

2, New Bond Street, London. 

40. PIGOU, WILKS, AND LAURENCE, LIMITED : 

11, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

43. PIKE, W. I.: 

Wareham. 

15, 27. PILLISCHER, MORITZ: 

88, New Bond Street, London. 

34. PIM BROTHERS AND CO.: 

22, William Street, Dublin. 

20. PINDER, BOURNE, AND CO.: 

Nile Street Works, Burslem. 

10. PIRIE, ALEXANDER, AND SONS: 

Stoneywood Works, near Aberdeen. 

18,19. PITMAN AND CUTIIBERTSON: 

30 and 31, Newgate Street, London. 

54. PLAMBECK AND CO.: 

171, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

56. PLATT BROTHERS AND CO., LIMITED: 

Hartford Iron Works, Oldham. 

62. PLOWRIGHT, J. : 

96, High Street, King’s Lynn. 

66. PLYMOUTH FIRE CLAY CO.: 

53, Gracechurch Street, London. 

63. POLLOCK, SYDNEY: 

11, Cambridge Terrace, St. Stephen’s Road, Shepherd’s Bush, 
London. 

11. POOLE, EDWARD: 

Chester Terrace, Habberley Road, Bewdley. 


INDEX. 


51 


v-<iaas. 

33. PORTER, H. G., AND CO. : 

43, Bow Lane, London. 

14. PORTER, J. H., Surgeon-Major: 

Army Medical School, Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley, South- 
ampton. 

18, 19. POWELL, JAMES, AND SONS: 

Temple Street, Whitefriars, London. 

54, 59. POWIS, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

60, Gracechurch Street, London. 

74. PRATT, JAMES : 

227, Oxford Street, London. 

47. PRICE’S PATENT CANDLE CO., LIMITED: 

Belmont Works, Battersea, London. 

26. PRICE, GEORGE FREDERIC: 

11, Melbourne Square, Brixton Road, London. 

28. PRICE, NAPOLEON, AND CO.: 

27, Old Bond Street, London. 

54. PRIESTMAN BROTHERS : 

Holderness Foundry, Hull. 

32. PRIESTMAN, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Bradford. 

50. PROTECTOR LAMP AND LIGHTING CO., LIMITED: 

10, Marsden Street, Manchester. 

49. PUCKRIDGE. FREDERICK, AND NEPHEW: 

530, Kingsland Road, London. 

11. PUGH BROTHERS: 

9, Great Turnstile, Lincoln’s Inn, London. 

54. PULSOMETER ENGINEERING CO., LIMITED: 

61, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

64. PUNSHON, ROBERT: 

St. Michael’s Place, Brighton. 

40 PURDEY, JAMES, AND SONS: 

314>r, Oxford Street, London. 

9. PURE LITERATURE SOCIETY: 

11, Buckingham Street, Strand, London. 

51. PURSER, EDWARD, AND CO.: 

116, Fenchurch Street, London. 


R. 

85, 86. RADCLYFFE (DICK) AND CO.: 

128-9, High Holhorn, London. 

51. RAENFORTH, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Brayford Head, Lincoln. 

66. RAMSAY, GEORGE IIEPPEL: 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

59. RANSOME, A., AND CO.: 

Stanley Works, King’s Road, Chelsea, London. 

51. RANSOMES, SUMS, AND HEAD: 

Orwell Works, Ipswich. 

43. READ, JEFFERSON: 

Louisa Street, Parade, Birmingham. 

47. READE BROTHERS : 

62, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton. 

d 2 


52 


INDEX, 


Class. 

47. RE ADMAN, JAMES B.: 

175, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

9. REED AND FOX: 

4, Fann Street, City, London. 

51. REID, BENJAMIN, AND CO.: 

Bon- Accord Works, Aberdeen. 

29. REID, ALEX., AND SONS : 

8, Etham Place, Great Dover Street, Borough, London. 
38. REID, JAMES : 

10, Ropemaker Street, Finsbury, London. 

40. REILLY, E. M., AND CO.: 

502, New Oxford Street, London. 

58. REILLY, FRANCIS: 

20, Shaw Street, Dublin. 

14. REIN, F. C., AND SON : 

108, Strand, London. 

14. REIN, Mns. F. C.: 

108, Strand, London. 

G. RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY- 
56, Paternoster Row, London. 

59. REYNOLDS, F. W., AND CO.: 

73, Southwark Street, London. 

70. RICHARDS AND CO.: 

81, High Street, Marylebone, London. 

43. RICHARDS AND CO., LIMITED : 

1, Fenchurch Street, London. 

S5. RICHARDS, WILLIAM: 

41, Wellington Street, Strand, London. 

47. RICHARDSON, JOHN, AND CO.: 

10, Friar Lane, Leicester. 

51. RICHES AND WATTS: 

Duke’s Palace Iron Works, Norwich. 

51. RICHMOND AND CHANDLER: 

Salford, Manchester. 

34. RICKARDS, C. A.: 

Bell Busk Mills, via Leeds. 

24. RIDGE, WOODCOCK, AND HARDY: 

Eldon Place, Eldon Street, Sheffield. 

27. El DSD ALE AND CO. : 

54, Minories, London. 

26. RIEGO, MICHAEL: 

284, Regent Street, London. 

28. RIMMEL, EUGENE: 

96, Strand, London. 

48. RIPLEY, EDWARD, AND SON: 

Bradford. 

33. RITCHIE, ALFRED, AND CO.: 

Ham Mills, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

62. ROBERTS, JOHN, AND SONS : 

Bridgewater. 

62. ROBERTS, JOHN: 

6, Cavendish Street, Stretford Road, Manchester. 

59. ROBERTS, WILLIAM: 

139, Derby Road, Bootle, Liverpool. 


INDEX, 


53 


Class. 

50, 51. EOBEY AND CO.: 

Lincoln. 

47. EOBINSON AND ANDERSON: 

Mack’s Road, Bermondsey, London. 

14. ROBINSON AND SONS : 

Wheat Bridge Mills, near Chesterfield. 

59. ROBINSON, THOS., AND SON: 

Railway Works, Rochdale. 

21. ROBINSON, VINCENT, AND CO.: 

34, Wigmore Street, London. 

12. ROBINSON, HENRY P.: 

Public Hall Studio, Tunbridge Wells. 

62. ROCK AND HAWKINS: 

Hastings. 

23. RODGERS, JOSEPH, AND SONS, LIMITED : 

6, Norfolk Street, Sheffield. 

18. ROGERS, GEO. ALFRED: 

29, Maddox Street, Regent Street, London. 

45. ROLLAND, B.: 

Singapore. 

47. ROLLS, SCHWEIZER, AND CO.: 

28, Poole Street, New North Road, London. 

70. ROM ARY, ALFRED : 

26, Church Street, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 

52, 74. ROSE, L„ AND CO.: 

11, Curtain Road, Finsbury, London. 

47. ROSE, SIR W. A., AND CO: 

66, Upper Thames Street London. 

15. ROSS AND CO.: 

164, New Bond Street, London. 

15. ROSS, THOMAS, AND CO.: 

7, Wigmore Street, London. 

33. ROSS, WM, AND SONS: 

Brookfield Mills, Alva, Scotland. 

27. ROSSER AND RUSSELL: 

Queen’s Wharf, Queen Street, Hammersmith, Loudon. 
31. ROTHENHE1M, S.: 

166, Euston Road, London. 

36. ROTHSCHILD, LADY DE : 

Tring Park, Tring, Herts. 

10. EOUTLEDGE, THOMAS: 

The Ford Works Company, Limited, Sunderland. 

28. ROWLAND, A., AND SONS: 

•20, Hatton Garden, London. 

10. ROWNEY, GEORGE, AND CO.: 

10 and 1 1, Percy Street, London. 

64. ROWNSON, DREW, AND CO.i 

225, Upper Thames Street, London. 

67. ROY, E. A.: 

1, Lady Margaret Road, Kentish Town, London. 

20. ROYAL PORCELAIN WORKS CO.: 

Worcester. 

36. ROYAL SCHOOL OF ART-NEEDLEWORK. 
Exhibition Road, Kensington, London. 


<34 


INDEX. 


Class. 

21. ROYAL WINDSOR TAPESTRY MANUFACTORY: 

Old Windsor, Berkshire. 

47. RUNCORN SOAP AND ALKALI COMPANY, LIMITED: 
6, Water Street, Liverpool. 

6. RUNDELL, J. B.: 

34a, Pembroke Square, Kensington, London. 

49. RUSS, CHARLES: 

70, New Bond Street, London. 

54. RUSSELL, JOHN, AND CO.: 

145, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

67. RUSSELL, J. SCOTT, AND LUMLEY, HENRY: 

31, St. James’s Street, London. 

51. RUSTON, PROCTOR, AND CO.: 

Sheaf Iron Works, Lincoln. 

45. RYDER, WM. HENRY: 

48, Ellis Street, Birmingham. 

43. RYHOPE COAL COMPANY, LIMITED : 

Sunderland. 


s. 

18. SAGE, FREDERICK: 

80 to 84, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 

47. ST. BEDE CHEMICAL CO., LIMITED: 

1, St. Nicholas Buildings, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

62. SAINT PANCRAS IRON WORK COMPANY: 

Saint Pancras Road, London. 

58. SALMON AND CO.: 

Victoria Works, Kettering. 

50, 66. SALMON, BARNES, AND CO. : 

Canal Head Works, Ulverston, Lancashire. 

33. SALTER, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Home and Duke Street Mills, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. 

34. SALTER AND WHITER: 

8, Milk Street, Cheapside, London. 

51. SAMUELSON AND CO.: 

Britannia Works, Banbury, Oxfordshire. 

47. SAMPSON BROTHERS : 

Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. 

10. SANDERS, H. G., AND SON: 

Victoria Works, Victoria Gardens, Notting Hill Gate, London. 

65. SANDERSON AND CO. : 

Shore Works, Huddersfield. 

33. SANDERSON, HUGH, AND SON: 

Deanbank Mill, Galashiels. 

33. SANDERSON, R. AND A., AND CO.: 

Gala Mill, Galashiels. 

58. SANSON, ROBERT B.: 

87, Globe Road, Mile End, London. 

10. SAUNDERS, T. H., AND CO.: 

Lyon’s Wharf, Upper Thames Street, London. 

50. SAVILE STREET ENGINE FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING 
COMPANY, LIMITED: , 

Savile Street East, Sheffield. 


INDEX. 


55 


Class. 

47. SAVORY AND MOORE : 

143, New Bond Street, London. 

64. SAXBY AND FARMER : 

Patent Railway Signal Works, Kilburn, London. 

85. SAYNOR, COOKE, AND RIDAL: 

Paxton Works, 13, Edward Street, Sheffield, 

27, 54. SCANLAN., June., AND CO. : 

Walsall, Staffordshire. 

32. SCARBOROUGH BROTHERS: 

Trafalgar Works, Halifax. 

72. SCHNEIDER, EDWARD A.: 

4, Cambria Villa, Chesterton Road, Cambridge. 

48. SCHWABE, SALIS, AND CO.: 

41, George Street, Manchester. 

30. SCHWANN, MODERA, AND CO.: 

117, Portland Street, Manchester. 

47. SCHWEPPE, JACOB, AND CO. : 

51, Berners Street, London. 

42. SCIENTIFIC TOY AND GENERAL NOVELTY COMPANY: 

42a, Cloth Fair, Smithfield, London. 

40. SCOTT, W. AND C., AND SON: 

Premier Gun Works, Lancaster Street, Birmingham. 

52. SCOTT, WALTER: 

120, Newgate Street, London. 

29. SCOTTISH VULCANITE CO., LIMITED : 

Viewforth Works, Edinburgh. 

66. SCOTT’S SEWAGE COMPANY, LIMITED : 

Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London. 

43. SEEBOHM AND DIECKSTAHL: 

Dannemora Steel Works, Willey Street, Wicker, Sheffield. 

9. SEELEY, JACKSON, AND HALLIDAY : 

54, Fleet Street, London. 

48. SELIGMANN AND HAARBLEICHER : 

33, Dickinson Street, Manchester. 

48. SERRE, ACHILLE: 

57 and 59, Mayfield Road, Dalston, London. 

46. SEVIN, CHARLES : 

1 55, Fenchurch Street, London. 

63. SHAMMON, WILLIAM: 

208, Moseley Street, Birmingham. 

54. SHAND, MASON, AND CO. : 

75, Upper Ground Street, Blaekfriars, London. 

54. SHANKS, A., AND SON : 

Dens Ironworks, Arbroath, Scotland. 

55, 64. SHARP, STEWART, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Atlas Works, Manchester. 

24. SHAW AND FISHER: 

43, Suffolk Road, Sheffield. 

47. SHAW, HENRY, AND CO.: 

Chemical W orks, Dukinfield, near Manchester. 

33. SHAW, JOHN, AND CO.: 

18, John William Street, Huddersfield. 

43. SHAW, JOHN: 

Wire Rope and Fencing Works, Soho Street, Sheffield. 


56 


INDEX. 


Class. 

33. SHEAED, M., AND SONS: 

Batley, Yorkshire. 

43. SHELTON BAE IEON CO.: 

Stoke-upon-Trent. 

43. SHELTON COLLIEEY AND IEON WORKS. (See GRANVILLE, 
EARL): 

Near Stoke-upon-Trent. 

11. SIIEPPERD, WILLIAM HENRY: 

St. Mary’s Place, Shrewsbury. 

12. SHERLOCK, WILLIAM: 

Budleigh Salterton, Devonshire. 

26. SHICK, FREDERICK: 

58, Rahere Street, Goswell Road, London. 

75. SHIELS, JAMES: 

21 and 22, Square, Kelso, Roxburgh. 

17. SIIOOLBRED, JAMES, AND CO.: 

Tottenham House, Tottenham Court Road, London. 

66. THE SICKER SAFE AND STRONG ROOM CO., LIMITED : 
Soho, near Birmingham. 

43. SIDDONS, JOSEPH AND JESSE: 

Hill Top, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. 

52,67. SIEBE AND GORMAN: 

17, Mason Street, Westminster Bridge Road, London. 

65. SIEMENS BROTHERS : 

12, Queen Anne’s Gate, London. 

47. SILICATE PAINT COMPANY: 

107, Cannon Street, London. 

66. SILICATED CARBON FILTER CO. 

Church Road, Battersea, London. 

37. SIMMONS, SIMON: 

180, Bishopsgate Street, London. 

54. SIMON, LOUIS, AND SON: 

Wilford Road Works, Nottingham. 

18, 19. SIMPSON, W. B„ AND SONS: 

100, Saint Martin’s Lane, London. 

47. SIMPSONS, PAYNE, AND CO.: 

Palm Candle Works, Millwall, London. 

75. SIMS, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Lion Brewery, Reading. 

47. SIMS, WILLIAM: 

Lion Brewery, Reading. 

85. SINCLAIR, DAVID, AND CO.: 

15, Redcross Street, Southwark, London. 

58. SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.: 

James Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

25. SINGER, JOHN W., AND SON: 

Frome, Somersetshire. 

9,10. SKIPPER (CHARLES) AND EAST: 

1, St. Dunstan’s Hill, Great Tower Street, London. 

34. SLATER, BUCKINGHAM, AND CO.: 

35, Wood Street, London. 

38. SLAZENGER AND SONS : 

25, Market Street, Manchester. 

12. SLINGSBY, ROBERT: 

168, High Street, Lincoln. 


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66. SMEATON, W., AND SONS : 

9, Newcastle Street, Strand, London. 

17. SMEE, W. A. AND S. : 

6, Finsbury Pavement, London. 

55. SMITH AND COVENTRY: 

Gresley Iron Works, Ordsal Lane, Manchester. 

43. SMITH, FREDERICK, AND CO.: 

Caledonia Works, Halifax. 

36. SMITH, GEORGE JOHN: 

31, St. Aubyn’s Road, Upper Norwood, near Lond >n. 

43. SMITH, JAMES, AND SON: 

Astwood Bank, near Redditch. 

47. SMITH, JOHN M. : 

38, Borough Road, London. 

33. SMITH, ROBERT, AND SON: 

Hayford Mills, Stirling. 

58. SMITH, STARLEY, AND CO., LIMITED : 

Trafalgar Works, Coventry. 

47. SMITH, T. AND H., AND CO.: 

21, Duke Street, Edinburgh. 

21. SMITH (TURBERVILLE) AND SON : 

9, Great Marlborough Street, London. 

43. SMITH, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Dallam Wire Works, Warrington. 

13. SMITH, JAMES MUIR: 

116 and 118, Bayham Street, Camden Town, London. 

43. SMITH, JOHN WRIGHT: 

121, Belgrave Gate, Leicester. 

54. SMITH, MICHAEL IIOLROYD: 

Royal Insurance Buildings, Crossley Street, Halifax. 

47. SMITH, THOMAS OGILVIE: 

Grass Market, Edinburgh. 

51. SMITH, WILLIAM, AND SON: 

Royal Iron Works, Kettering. 

64. SMITH’S VACUUM BRAKE CO., LIMITED : 

69, Upper Thames Street, London. 

32. SMITHSON, JOSEPH, AND CO.: 

Brunswick Mills, Halifax. 

37. SMYTH AND CO.: 

Balbriggan, Ireland. 

51. SMYTH, JAMES, AND SONS: 

Peasenhall, Suffolk. 

43. SNEDSHILL IRON CO.: 

Snedshill Iron Works, near Shifnal, Shropshire. 

19. SNELL, GODFREY, AND CO.: 

20, Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

43. SNELUS, GEORGE JAMES: 

Workington, Cumberland. 

69. SNODGRASS, JAMES : 

Saucel Mills, Paisley. 

11. SOANE, HARRY - : 

8, Green Street, Leicester Square, London. 

6. SONNENSCHEIN, ADOLF: 

8, Beverley Road, South Penge Park, Anerley, London. 


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40? SOPER, WILLIAM: 

22, Friar Street, Reading. 

47. SOUTHALL BROTHERS AND BARCLAY: 
17, Bull Street, Birmingham. 

54. SOUTHALL, CHARLES HENRY: 

Dewsbury Road, Leeds. 

43. SOUTH DERWENT COLLIERY COMPANY 
Lombard Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

6. SOUTHEE, ARTHUR PHILIP: 

West Cliff School, Ramsgate. 

8. SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM: 

London. 

21. SOUTHWELL, H. AND M.: 

Bridgenorth. 

57. SOWDEN, DAVID, AND SONS: 

Thornton Road, Bradford. 

47. SPENCE, PETER: 

Pendleton Alum Works, Manchester. 

43. SPENCER, J. R., AND SON: 

Albion Steel Works, Sheffield. 

43. SPENCER, WALTER, AND CO.: 

Midland Steel Works, Rotherham. 

37. SPIERS BROTHERS: 

34, Wood Street, London. 

17. SPIERS AND SON: 

102 and 103, High Street, Oxford. 

9. SPOTTISW OODE AND CO.: 

New Street Square, London. 

69. SPRATT’S PATENT BISCUIT CO.: 

Henry Street, Tooley Street, London. 

60. SQUINTANI, CARLO GIUSEPPE, AND CO. 
3, Ludgate Circus Buildings, London. 

46, 71. STAFFORD, J., SONS, AND OSWIN: 
Campbell Street, Leicester. 

52. STAFFORD, SAMUEL: 

17, Hanging Ditch, Manchester. 

69. STANBRIDGE, S., AND CO.: 

Canal Bank, Camberwell, London. 

9,16. STANFORD, EDWARD: 

55, Charing Cross, London. 

54. STANNAII, JOSEPH: 

20, Southwark Bridge Road, London. 

32. STANSFELD, BROWN, AND CO.: 

Bradford. 

33. STANTON AND SON: 

Stafford Mills, Strou-.d, Gloucestershire. 

29. STAR BRUSH CO., LIMITED: 

North East Road, Holloway, London. 

67. STEEDMAN AND McALlISTER: 

248, Paisley Road, Glasgow. 


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Cl&ss 

27. STEEL AND GAEL AND : 

Wharncliffe Works, Sheffield. 

10. STEPHENS, HENEY CHAELES: 

171, Aldersgate Street, London. 

21. STEPHENS, JAMES: 

2, Erith Street, Soho, London. 

9. STEPHENSON, BLAKE, AND CO.: 

Sheffield. 

17. STEVENS AND SONS: 

Villiers Street, Charing Cross, London. 

74. STEVENS, THOMAS: 

46, Hope Street, Wrexham, North Wales. 

29. STEWAET, S. E., AND CO. : 

Comb Works, Aberdeen. 

9,64. STEWAET, CHAELES: 

50, Colebrooke Bow, Islington, London. 

36. STIEBEL, KAUEMANN, AND CO.: 

St. Mary’s Gate, Nottingham. 

20, 66. STIFF, JAMES, AND SONS: 

High Street, Lambeth, London. 

30. STERLING, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Eenton, by Glasgow. 

21. STODDAED, A. F., AND CO.: 

Glenpatrick Carpet Works, Paisley. 

66, 67. STONE, J„ AND CO.: 

High Street, Deptford, London. 

47. STOEEE, DAVID, AND SONS : 

Sydney Street, Glasgow. 

42. STOEMONT, JAMES G.: 

59, Constitution Hill, Birmingham. 

13. STKOHMENGEB, J., AND SONS: 

169 and 206, Goswell Koad, London. 

45. STUAET, JOHN AND WILLIAM: 

Esk Mills, Musselburgh. 

33. STUBLEY, GEOEGE AND JAMES: 

Bottoms Mills, Batley, Yorkshire. 

53. SUGG, WILLIAM: 

Vincent Works, Vincent Street, Westminster, London. 

53. SUN AUTO-PNEUMATIC LIGHTING AND HEATING CO 
LIMITED : ’’ 

115, Southwark Street, London. 

6. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION: 

56, Old Bailey, London. 

67. SUNDEBLAND SHIP BUILDEES’ ASSOCIATION: 

Sunderland. 

62. SUBBEY MACHINIST CO.: 

85, Blackman Street, Borough, London. 

85. SUTTON AND SONS: 

Beading. 

63. SWAINE AND ADENEY: 

185, Piccadilly, London. 


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Class. 

30. SWAINSON, BIRLEY, AND CO.: 

5, Goldsmith Street, City, London. 

42. SWAN, CHARLES: 

9, Upper Mount Pleasant Avenue, Dublin. 

43. SWANSEA TIN PLATE CO.: 

Tin Plate Works, Swansea. 

37. SWEARS AND WELLS: 

192, Regent Street, London. 

3G. SWEETMAN, Mrs. C. : 

40, Avenue de la Motile Piquet, Paris. 

15. SWIFT, JAMES: 

University Street, London. 

33. SYKES, GODFREY, AND SON: 

Mold Green, Huddersfield. 

58. SYMONS, II. CYRUS: 

2, George Street, Blackfriars Road London. 


T. 

72. TALLERMAN, DANIEL : 

113, Cannon Street, London. 

G6. TAMAR AND KIT HILL GRANITE CO.: 

Kingston House, Gunnislake, Cornwall. 

54. TANG YE BROTHERS: 

Cornwall Works, Birmingham. 

32. TANKARD, JAMES : 

Upper Croft Mills, Bowling, Bradford, Yorks. 

21. TABLING, THOS., AND CO.: 

1 to 8, Gresham Street West, London. 

58. TATIIAM, WALTER, AND CO.: 

42, Castle Gate, Nottingham. 

43. TAYLER, D. F„ AND CO.: 

New Hall Works, George Street, Birmingham. 

54. TAYLOR AND CO.: 

129, Seven Sisters Road, London. 

33. TAYLOR AND LITTLEWOOD : 

Newsome Mills, Huddersfield. 

38. TAYLOR BROTHERS: 

116, Wood Street, London. 

33. TAYLOR AND CO.: 

Holme Mill, Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

33. TAYLOR, J. T., AND CO.: 

Ribbleden Mills, Holmfirth, near Huddersfield. 

58. TAYLOR’S PATENT SEWING MACHINE CO., LIMITED 
Driffield, Yorkshire. 

50. TAYLOR, HENRY E.: 

15, Newgate Street, Chester. 

62. TAYLOR, WALTER: 

Ranelagh Road, Pimlico, London. 

19. TAYLOR, WILLIAM GEORGE: 

4, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London. 


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CIrss 

65. ' THE TELEGRAPH CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE 

CO., LIMITED : 

38, Old Broad Street, City, London. 

21. TEMPLETON, J. AND J. S.: 

128, Crownpoint Road, Glasgow. 

21. TEMPLETON, JAMES, AND CO.r 

30, William Street, Greenbead, Glasgow. 

47. TENNANT, CHARLES, AND CO.: 

St. Rollox Chemical Works, Glasgow. 

54. TERRELL, 'WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Welsh Back, Bristol. 

10. TERRY, STONEMAN, AND CO.: 

6 and 82, Hatton Garden, London. 

21. THOM AND LAWSON: 

95, Cumberland Street, Greenhead, Glasgow. 

85. THOMAS, J. J., AND CO. : 

362, Edgware Road, London. 

43. THOMAS, S., AND SONS: 

British Needle Mills, Redditch. 

15. THOMAS, ANTOINE E.: 

The Butts, Brentford, Middlesex. 

66. THOMLINSON AND SALKELD: 

34, Junction Road, London. 

34. THOMPSON, WILLIAM, AND CO., LIMITED: 

Galgate Silk Mills, near Lancaster. 

62. THOMPSON, CHARLES: 

33, 35, and 37, Newington Butts, London. 

67. THOMPSON, W. B.: 

Dundee. 

67. THOMSON, JAS., AND GEO.: 

Clyde Bank Foundry, Glasgow. 

69. THOMSON, JAS., AND SONS: 

5, Leven Street, Edinburgh. 

67. THOMSON, SIR WILLIAM : 

The University, Glasgow. 

33. THOMSON, WILLIAM, AND SONS : 

Priestroyd Mills, Huddersfield. 

37. THOMSON, W. S., AND CO.: 

97, Cheapside, London. 

55. THOMSON, STERNE, AND CO., LIMITED: 

156, North Woodside Road, Glasgow. 

69. THORLEY’S (J. W.) CATTLE FOOD CO., LIMITED : 

104, Worship Street, London. 

62. THORN, CHARLES: 

Norfolk Carriage Works, Norwich. 

29. THORNHILL, WALTER, AND CO.: 

144, New Bond Street, London. 

43. THRISCUTT AND BALE: 

St. Austell, Cornwall. 

53. TICE, WILLIAM: 

74, Park Road, Southport, Lancaster. 

15. TISLEY AND CO.: 

172, Brompton Road, London. 


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Class. 

53. TOLEMAN, JAMES: 

80, Bermondsey Street, London. 

40. TOLLEY, J. AND W.: 

Pioneer Works, St. Mary’s Square, Birmingham. 

21. TOMKINSON AND ADAM : 

Kidderminster. 

30. TOOTAL-BROADHURST, LEE, AND CO.: 

56 to 62, Morley Street, Manchester. 

20. TORQUAY TERRA-COTTA CO.: 

Hele Cross, Torquay. 

66. TREGAY, ALFRED: 

7, London Road, Liverpool. 

21. TRELOAR AND SONS: 

69, Ludgate Hill, London. 

33. TRENCHARD, G., AND CO. : 

Winsham, Somerset. 

38. TRESS AND CO.: 

3, 5, and 7, Stamford Street, Blackfriars, London. 

52. TRIGGS AND BENSON (Trustees of the late Thos. Carr): 

39, Broad Street, Bristol. 

17. TROLLOPE, GEORGE, AND SONS: 

Halkin Street West, London. 

21. TULL, GLANVILL, AND CO.: 

Roupell Street, Lambeth, London. 

54. TULLIS, JOHN, A.ND SON: 

John Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

34. TURNER, ARCHIBALD, AND CO.: 

Bow Bridge Works, Leicester. 

47. TURNER, CHAS., AND SON: 

7, 8, and 9, Broad Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

51, TURNER, E. R. AND F.: 

St. Peter’s Iron Works, Ipswich. 

54. TURNER, FREDERICK WILLIAM: 

Iron Works, St. Alban’s, Herts. 

43. TURNER, R., AND SONS: 

Steam Mills, Redditch. 

33. TURNER, J. B., AND CO.: 

Albert Mills, Huddersfield. 

17. TURPIN, M. F. C.: 

22, Queen’s Road, Bayswater, London. 

48. TURTLE AND PEARCE: 

1 1, Duke Street, London Bridge, London. 

43. TURTON, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

Sheaf Works, Sheffield. 

43. TWEDDELL, MACLAREN, AND CO.: 

5, Queen Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

55. TWEDDELL, RALPH HART: 

14, Delahay Street, Westminster, London. 

47. TWELVETREES, HARPER, AND SON: 

Cordova Chemical Works, Copperfield Road, Bow, London. 
54. TWIBILL, JOSEPH: 

Economiser Iron Works, Manchester. 

6. TWINING, THOMAS: 

Perryn House, Twickenham. 


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52, S 54. TYLER (HAYWARD) AND CO. : 

84 and 85, Upper Whitecross St., London. 

53. TYLER, JOHN HENRY: 

38, Abbey Street, Bermondsey, London. 

43. TYLOR, A., AND CO.: 

123, Bute Street, Cardiff. 

66. TYLOR, JOSEPH, AND SONS: 

2, Newgate Street, London. 

47. TYNE ALKALI CO., LIMITED: 

1, Dean Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

9. TYPOGRAPHIC ETCHING CO. : 

23, Earringdon Street, London. 

u. 

9. UHLRICH, H. S. : 

Brynterion, Cbelsfield, Cbisleburst, Kent. 

31. ULLATHORNE AND CO. : 

9, Gate Street, Lincoln’s Inn, London. 

41. UNITE, JOHN: 

291 and 293, Edgware Road, London. 

9. UNWIN BROTHERS: 

Oxford Court, 109a, Cannon Street, City, London. 


y. 


36. VALLANCE, Miss FANNY: 

43, Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park, London. 

34. VANNER, J„ AND SONS: 

Coleman Street, City, London. 

12. VAN DER WEYDE, HENRY: 

182, Regent Street, London. 

66. VAN PRAAG, A., AND CO.: 

9, Crown Street, Sobo, London. 

67. VANSITTART, Mrs. HENRIETTA: 

Bell House, Montpelier Row, Twickenham. 

38. VAN VOLEN, G. : 

50 to 52, Waterloo Road, London. 

65. VARLEY, S. ALFRED : 

Hatfield, Herts. 

75. VAUGHAN-JONES, EDWARD: 

17, Water Lane, Great Tower Street, London, 

66. VERITY BROTHERS: 

127, Regent Street, London. 

30. VERNON AND FREEMANTLE: 

Piccadilly Mills, Manchester. 

75. VICKERS, JOS. AND JOHN, AND CO.: 

Victoria Street Distillery, Westminster, London. 
34. VIRGOE, MIDDLETON, AND CO.: 

34, Wood Street, City, London. 

9. VIRTUE AND CO., LIMITED : 

294, City Road, London. 

43. VIVIAN, H. H., AND CO.: 

46, George Street, St. Paul’s, Birmingham. 


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C]a gq 

38! VYSE, SONS, AND CO. : 

76, Wood Street, City, London. 


w 


62. WADSWORTH, ROBERT: 

29, Westgate, Halifax. 

43. WALKER, JAMES: 

10, Elmwood Place, Leeds. 

70. WALKER, JOHN: 

Cleveland Street, Glasgow. 

17. WALKER, W., AND SONS : 

119, Bunliill Row, London. 

13. WALLIS, JOSEPH: 

133 and 135, Euston Road, London. 

21. WALTON, FREDERICK: 

Heatham House, Twickenham. 

52. WALWORTH, JAMES, AND CO.; 

Albert Works, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

19. WARD AND HUGHES: 

67, Frith Street, Soho, London. 

34. AVARD, ANTHONY, AND CO.: 

Albion Mills, Leek, Staffordshire. 

9. WARD, MARCUS, AND CO.: 

67, Chandos Street, Covent Garden, London. 

18, 62. AVARD, JOHN: 

5 and 6, Leicester Square, London. 

43. AVARDROBE AND SMITH: 

Meadow Steel Works, Well Meadow Street, Sheffield. 

38. WARMINGTON, F. AV„ AND CO.: 

60, High Street, Colchester. 

12. WARNERKE, LEON: 

10, Linden Grove, Peckham Rye, London. 

43. AY ARRINGTON 1 WIRE ROPE AVORKS CO., LIMITED 
Warrington. 

47. WASHINGTON CHEMICAL CO. : 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

10. WATERLOW AND SONS, LIMITED: 

25, Great AVinchester Street, London. 

30. WATERS, J. AND E., AND CO.: 

Talbot Mills, Ellesmere Street, Hulme, Manchester. 

10. WATERSTON, G., SONS, AND STEWART: 

56, Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 

10. WATKINS AND McCOMBIE: 

5a, Cloak Lane, London. 

12. AVATKINS, HERBERT : 

1, Torriano Avenue, Camden Road, London. 

34. WATSON AND CO.: 

London Mills, London Street, Leek, Staffordshire. 


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65 


Class. 

21. WATSON, BONTOR, AND CO.: 

35, Old Bond Street, London. 

60. WATSON, HENRY : 

High Bridge Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

39. WATSON, J., AND SON : 

Moorgate Street Chambers, Moorgate Street, London. 

33. WATSON, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Dangerfield Mills, Hawick, Scotland 

17. WATT, WILLIAM : 

21, Grafton Street East, London. 

67. WATTS, JAMES WREN : 

46, Old Street, St. Luke's, London. 

21, 17. WAUGH AND SON: 

3 and 4, Goodge Street, London. 

27. WAYISH, JAMES: 

7, Fenchurck Street, London. 

43. THE WAYNES MERTHYR CO., LIMITED : 

Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Lane, London. 

85. WEBB, EDWARD, AND SONS: 

Wordsley, Stourbridge. 

19. WEBB, THOMAS, AND SONS: 

Stourbridge. 

26. WEBSTER, RICHARD: 

5, Queen Victoria Street, London. 

20. WEDGWOOD, J., AND SONS: 

Etruria, Stoke-upon-Trent. 

34. WELCH, MARGETSON, AND CO. : 

16 and 17, Cheapside, London. 

38. WELCH AND SONS: 

44, Gutter Lane, London. 

9. WELCH, WILLIAM JAMES: 

25, Wellington Street, Strand, London. 

47. WELDON, WALTER: 

Rede Hall, Bairstow. 

33. WELSH WOOLLEN MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED: 
Newtown, Montgomeryshire. 

47, 53. WENGER, ALBERT: 

Parker Street Works, Hanley, Staffordshire. 

52. WENHAM LAKE ICE CO.: 

125, Strand, London. 

50. WEST CUMBERLAND IRON AND STEEL CO., LIMITED: 
Workington, Cumberland. 

50, 59. WESTERN AND CO. : 

Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London. 

43. WESTERN MERTHYR COAL AND FUEL CO., LIMITED : 
Swansea. 

18. WESTLAKE, N. II. J.: 

Goodyears, Hendon, near London. 

G 913. 


£ 


66 


INDEX. 


Class. 

8. WHEELER, EDMUND: 

48, Tollington Road, Holloway, London. 

12. WHEELER, WILLIAM HENRY: 

106, High Street, Oxford. 

21. WHINCUP, JOSEPH: 

36, Wood Street, London. 

9. WHITAKER, JOSEPH: 

12, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row, London, 

17. WHITBURN AND YOUNG: 

Milford, near Godaiming, Surrey. 

56. WHITE, JOHN, AND SONS: 

Park Road, Bingley, Yorkshire. 

43. WHITE, W., AND SON : 

345, Oxford Street, London. 

66. WHITE, WILLIAM GEORGE: 

23, Eenchurch Street, London. 

72. WHITEHEAD AND CO., LIMITED: 

110, Eenchurch Street, London. 

66. WHITEHEAD, JOHN, AND CO.: 

Albert Works, Preston, Lancashire. 

33. WHITEHEAD, R. R„ AND BROS., LIMITED: 

10, Endell Street, Long Acre, London. 

67. WHITE STAR LINE (ISMAY, IMRIE, & CO.) : 

10, Water Street, Liverpool. 

12. WHITING, MATTHEW: 

Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, Surrey. 

54. WHITLEY, JOHN R. : 

Albert Park, Didsbury, Manchester. 

43. WIIITWELL, THOMAS: 

Thornaby Iron Works, Stockton-on-Tees. 

54, 55, 67, 68. WHITWORTH, SIR JOSEPH, AND CO., LIMITED 

44, Chorlton Street, Manchester. 

9. WHYMPER, EDWARD: 

45, Lambeth Road, London. 

21. WIDNELL, HENRY, AND CO.: 

Lasswade, near Edinburgh. 

43. WIGAN COAL AND IRON CO., LIMITED : 

Wigan. 

72. WIGAN, HENRY, & CO.: 

Swan Lane, Upper Thames Street, London. 

43. WIGGIN, HENRY, AND CO.: 

55, George Street, Parade, Birmingham. 

54, 67. WIGZELL, HALSEY, AND CO.: 

82, Mark Lane, London. 

29. WILDE, JAMES, AND SON: 

The Brush Factory, Oldham. 

52. WILDER, JOHN: 

Yield Hall Foundry, Reading. 

21. WILDEY, WM, AND CO. : 

13, Holland Street, Blackfriars, London. 


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67 


Class. 

31. WILFOED, J., AND SONS: 

Brompton, near Northallerton. 

47. WILKINSON, IIEYWOOD, AND CLARK: 

Caledonian Works, Battle Bridge, London. 

33. WILLANS, THOS. B., AND CO.: 

Vale Mills, Rochdale. 

18. WILLIAMS, G. A., AND SON: 

21, Queen’s Road, Bayswater, London. 

30. WILLIAMS, SONS, AND BROOKES : 

12, Birchin Lane, Manchester. 

47. WILLIAMS, THOMAS, AND DOWER : 

Star Chemical Works, Brentford, Middlesex. 

75. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

19, Regent Quay, Aberdeen. 

21. WILLIS, H. R., AND CO.: 

Kidderminster. 

10. WILLIS, WILLIAM HENRY, AND CO.: 

80, Long Acre, London. 

86. WILLS, JOHN: 

Onslow Crescent, South Kensington, London. 

47. WILSON AND CO.: 

Chemical Works, Jubilee Street, Mile End Road, London. 

83. WILSON, BRICE : 

Newbury, Berkshire. 

58, 63. WILSON (NEWTON), AND CO.: 

144, High Holborn, London. 

49. WILSON, WALKER, & CO.: 

Sheepscar Leather Works, Leeds. 

70. WILSON, THOS.: 

122, Main Street, Anderston, Glasgow. 

62. WINDOVER, C. S.: 

32 and 33, Long Acre, London. 

17. WINFIELD, R. W., AND CO.: 

Cambridge Street Works, Birmingham. 

10. WOLFF, E., AND SON: 

55, Great Queen Street, Lincoln’s Inn, London. 

54. WOLSTENCROFT, T., AND CO.: 

46, Ludgate Hill, London. 

30. WOOD AND BREARLEY: 

Palace Street, Manchester. 

66. WOOD AND I VERY, LIMITED: 

Albion Works, West Bromwich. 

43. WOODFIELD, WILLIAM, AND SONS: 

Easemore Works, Redditch. 

52, 68. WOODS, COCKSEDGE, AND CO.: 

Suffolk Iron Works, Stowmarket. 

21. WOODWARD, GROSVENOR, AND CO.: 

Stour Vale Mills, Kidderminster. 

40. WOODWARD, JAMES, AND SONS: 

64, St. James’s Street, London. 

22. WOOLLAMS, WILLIAM, AND CO.: 

110, High Street, Manchester Square, London. 


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INDEX, 


Class. 

33. THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION OF THE 
HUDDERSFIELD INCORPORATED CHAMBER OF COM- 
MERCE: 

Huddersfield. 

10. WOOLLEY AND CO.: 

210, High Holborn, London. 

51. WOOLNOUGH, W. AND C., AND CO.: 

Ceres Iron Works, Kingston-on-Thames. 

13. WORNUM, ROBERT, AND SONS: 

16, Store Street, Bedford Square, London. 

59. WORSSAM, SAMUEL, AND CO.: 

Oakley Works, King’s Road, Chelsea, London. 

66. WOULDIIAM CEMENT CO.: 

10a, King’s Arms Yard, City, London. 

47. WRIGHT AND IIOLDSWORTH : 

91, St. James’s Road, Brixton, London. 

75. WRIGHT, HERBERT, AND CO. : 

The Diamond Brewery, Dover. 

27, 53. WRIGHT, JOHN, AND CO. : 

Essex Works, Broad Street, Birmingham. 

50. WRIGHT, PETER, AND SONS: 

Constitution Hill Works, Dudley. 

66. WRIGHT, SUTCLIFFE, AND SON: 

Adelaide Street, Gibbet Street, Halifax. 

43. WRIGHT, W. B., AND CO. : 

St. Philip’s, Bristol. 

45. WRIGHT, ROBERT: 

16, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

53. WRIGHT, AVILLI AM : 

London Road, Highfields, Sheffield. 

62. WYBUIIN AND CO.: 

121, Long Acre, London. 

47. WYNDHAM AND CO.: 

37, Eastcheap, London. 


Y. 


28. YARDLEY AND CO.: 

7, Vine Street, Bloomsbury, London. 

12. YORK, FREDERICK: 

87, Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London. 

47. YORKSHIRE VARNISH CO. : 

39, Upper Thames Street, London. 

31. YORK STREET FLAX SPINNING CO., LIMITED : 
Belfast, Ireland. 

75. YOUNG, J., AND SON: 

Dorking. 


INDEX. 


69 


47. YOUNG’S PARAFFIN LIGHT 
LIMITED : 

13, Dundas Street, Glasgow. 

AND MINERAL OIL CO., 

z. 

65. ZIMDARS, C. E.: 

327, Gray’s Inn Road, London. 



60. ZUCCATO AND WOLFF: 

19, Charterhouse Street, Holborn Viaduct, London. 



71 


ALPHABETICAL LIST OF TOWNS, 

WITH 

NAMES OF EXHIBITORS. 


BBDrOED. 

Bippen, W. H., Junk. 

Howard, J. & F. 

BBirAST. 

Anderson, D., & Son. 

Andrews, M. 

Cantrell & Cochrane. 

Combe, Barbour, & Combe. 
Corky, W., & Co. 

Cotton, S. 

County Down Flax Spinning and 
Weaving Company, Limited. 
Darragh, T. 

Dunville & Co. 

Gibson, W. 

Greenmount Spinning Company. 
Guynet, L. H., & Co. 

Jaeee Brothers. 

McCreery, J. 

Musgrave & Co., Limited. 

York Street Flax Spinning 
Company, Limited. 


ABERDEEN. 

Broomhead, G. E. 

Catto, J. 

Curr, T. 

Hunter, J. 

Macdonald, Field, & Co. 

Pirie, A., & Sons. 

Reid, B., & Co. 

Stewart, S. R., & Co. 

Williams, Wm, & Sons. 

ABINGDON. 

Gilbert, W. ( Shippon ). 

ACCRINGTON . 

Bowdler & Bickerdyke ( Chu 
Howard & Bullougii. 

ALLOA. 

Bailey, W. & J- A. 

ALVA. 

Ross, W., & Sons. 

ARBROATH. 

Shanks, A., & Son. 

ARMAGH. 

Murphy & Reynolds. 

A.YX.ESBUIl'S'. 

Mackrill, E. T., & Co. 

BAIRSTOW. 

Weldon, W. 

BALBRIGGAN . 

Smyth & Co. 

BANBURY. 

Banbury Brewery Co. 

Barrows & Stewart. 

Samuelson & Co. 

BARN ARD CASTLE. 

Ullathorne & Co. 

BARIVSX.EY. 

McLintock, J., & Sons. 

BARROW-IN-FURNESS. 

Barrow Elax & Jute Co., Li 
mited. 

Barrow Shipbuilding Co. 

BATH, 

Carr, I., & Co. 

Clark, Captain Edward P. 

BATLEY. 

Hall, T. H. 

Sheard, M., & Sons. 

Stubley, C. & J. 


BBSSBROOH. 

Bessbrook Granite Company. 

BBWDLEY. 

Poole, Edward. 

BINGLEY. 

Foster, W. & H. 

White, J., & Sons. 

BIRKENHEAD. 

Laird Brothers. 

BIRSlITJGHiAIyT. 

Alexandre, J. 

Ash & Lacy. 

Ashpord & Winder. 

Aston, William. 

Baker, C., & Son. 

Bown, Wm. 

Camm Brothers. 

Castle Iron Company. See Net- 
tlepolds. 

Cooke, J., & Co. 

Cooke Brothers. 

Coppard, J., & Co. 

Davis & Wilson. 

Duvallon & Lloyd. 

Edge, C. A. 

Elkington & Co. 

Eyeritt, A., & Sons. 

Francis, T., & Co. 

Gillott, J., & Sons. 


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EXRIVIIN'GHilTVE — cont. 

Greener, W. W. 

Hardman, J., & Co. 

Harris, G. II. 

IIinks, Wells, & Co. 

Imperial Wire Company. See 
Nettlefords. 

Jones & Willis. 

Kynoch & Co. ( Wit-ton). 

Leonardt & Co. 

Levetus Brothers. 

Lewis, G. E. 

Martineau & Smith. 

May' & Mountain. 

Muller, H. L. 

Nettlefolds. 

Osler, F. & C. 

Patent Nut & Bolt Company. 
Perry & Co., Limited. 

Peyton & Peyton. 

Phillips, Albert. 

Read, J. 

Ryder, W. H. 

Scott, W. & C., & Son. 

Siiammon, W. 

Sicker Safe and Strong Room 
Company ( Soho ). 

Southall, Brothers, & Barclay. 
Stormont, J. G. 

Tang ye Brothers. 

Tatler, D. F., & Co. 

Tolley", J. & W. 

Vivian, H. H., & Co. 

WlGGIN, H., & Co. 

Winfield, R. W., & Co. 

Wright, J., & Co. 

BIACKETOIT. 

Livesey, II., Limited. 

BOSTON. 

Ashworth, E., & Sons. 

Dobson & Barlow. 

Jackson & Brother. 

Julian, H. 

Wood & Brearley (and at Man- 
chester) . 

BOSTOK. 

Cheavin, G. 

BOURTON. 

Hindley, E. S. 

BEABPOBB. 

Bateman, D., & Sons ( Low Moor). 
Binns Endless Band Company 
( Low Moor). 

Dayvson, Mark, & Son {Bowling). 
Foster, J., & Son {Queensbury) . 
Glover, II., Son, & Co., Limited. 
Haley, Alfred, & Co. 

Heaton, J. A. 

Hemingway, S., & Co. 

Hodgson, G. 


2RA.QFQRIS — eont. 

Holme, G. 

Ingham, J., & Sons {Thornton). 
Jarratt Brothers. 

Priestman, J., & Co. 

Ripley, E.. & Son. 

Sowden, David, & Sons. 
Stansfeld, Blown, & Co. 
Tankard, J. {Bowling). 
Walworth, J., & Co. 

BRENTFORB. 

Thomas, A. E. 

Williams, Thomas, & Dower. 
BRXX3 G-BIffOUTSa. 

Southwell, H. & M. 
BSIBfflBWATBB. 

Colthurst, Symons, & Co. 
Dunball Steam Pottery, Tile, & 
Brick Company. 

- Roberts, J., & Sons. 
BEI6HOFSE. 

Goodall, A., & Sons. 
BRI&HTOH'. 

Boucher, A. 

Hamilton, W. 

Lombardi & Co. 

London, Brighton, and South 
Coast Railway Company. 
Mutton, T., & Co. 

PUNSHON, R. 

BiSXSTOIi. 

Allen, T. 

Arthur, J., & Co. 

Brightman Brothers. 

Bristol Wagon Works Company". 
Bush & De Soy-res. 

Evans, P. and S., & Co. 

Fox, Walker, & Co. 

Fry, J. S., & Sons. 

Gibbs, George. 

Hare, J., & Co. 

Terrell, W., & Sons. 

Triggs & Benson. 

Wright, W. B., & Co. 
BROMSraOVE. 

Corbett, J., M.P. 

BROSEIEY. 

Maw & Co. 

2UBX.EI&H S-fiXTERTOSJ. 

Sherlock, W. 

EVRWS.EY. 

Parkinson Brothers. 

BVRSssar. 

Bates, Walker, & Co. 

Hope & Carter. 

Pinder, Bourne, & Co. 

BURTON-- OST-TRENT. 

Bindley" & Co. 

Ind, Coope, & Co. (and at Bom- 
ford). 


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BURY. 

Crompton, J. K. 

Hacking & Co. 

Hall, R. 

BURY ST. EBB2UJSTBS. 

Boby, R. 

Le Butt, J. 

CAMSEIESE. 

Constable, W. H. 

Schneider, E. A. 

caKsaroRD. 

Kinsman, Rev. Prebendary. 

CAR35IPP 

Cambrian Patent Fuel Company. 
Great Western Colliery Com- 
pany. 

London and South Wales Coal 
Company, Limited. 

Palmer, Morgan, & Co. 

Tylor, A., & Co. 

CARaisas. 

Ferguson Brothers. 

Palmer & Story. 

CARNARVON. 

Pen-yr-orsedd Slate Quarry 
Company. 

CHELSSSFORD. 

Coleman & Morton. 

CHELTENHAM. 

COLTMAN, W. 

CHESTER. 

Hydraulic Engineering Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Taylor, H. E. 

CHESTERTIELS. 

Robinson & Sons. 

CHIPPENHAM. 

Pictor & Sons {Box'). 

CHIPFITIG NORTON. 

Bliss, W., & Son. 

CHISLEHHRST. 

Uhlrich, H. S. 

CHURCH (LANCASHIRE). 

Boyvdler & Bickerdike. 

COALBROOHDALE. 

Coalbrookdale Company'. 

COATBRIDGE. 

Dunnachie, J. 

COLCHESTER. 

Davey, Paxman, & Co. 
Warmington, F. W-, & Co. 

CORK. 

Clanchy, T. J. 

Cork Distilleries Company. 
Jennings, T. 

Mahony, M., & Brothers. 


COVENTRY. 3fF? 

Haynes & Jefferis. 

Smith, Starley', & Co., Limited. 

COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT. 

May, G. H., & Co. 

CR0Y30N. 

Arnold & Cold-wells. 

Ebbutt, A. C. 

SEN3IGH. 

Evans, E. ( Nantglyn ). 

DERBY. 

Dean, W., & Son. 

Evans, W., & Co. 

Holmes, C. 

Holmes, G. E. 

Holmes, H. M., Junr. 

Humble, S. 

Leech & Real. 

Longdon, F., & Co. 

Peters & Co. 

DEWSBURY. 

Hepwortii, B., & Son. 

DORKING. 

Young, John, & Son. 

DOVER. 

AVright, H., & Co. 

SRIFFIBLD. 

Taylor's Patent Seyving Machine 
Company, Limited. 

DUBLIN. 

Appleyard, H., & Co. 

Bewlby & Draper. 

Boyd, Son, & Co. 

Cantrell & Cochrane (and Bel- 
fast). 

Duggan, T {Glasnevin) . 
Eetherston, J. J. 

Goggin, J. 

Goulding, W. & H. M., & Co., 
Limited. 

Grubb, H. 

Jacques, Z. 

Kelly' & Dunn. 

Kerr, E., Jun. 

Kinahan & Co. 

Lennan & Son. 

Marlborough, Duchess op. 

Pim, Brothers, & Co. 

Keilly, F. 

Sm mi & Co. (and Balbriggan). 

Swan, 0. 

DUDLEY (STAFFORDSHIRE). 

Hill & Smith ( Brierley Hill). 

DUDLEY (WORCESTER- 
SHIRE). 

Hancock, F. & C. 

Wright, P., & Sons. 


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DITNOSE. 

Ballingall & Son. 

Butchart, Lindsay, & Co. 

Grant, J. (Strathmartine) . 
Grimond, J. & A. D. 

Li vie, D. 

Thompson, W. B. 

DUP.KAK. 

Henderson & Co. 

Londonderry, Marquis of. 
Uulathorne & Co. ( Barnard 
Castle ). 

EAXIIffG. 

Dunlop, B. H. W. 

EDINBURGH. 

Aitchison, J. 

Bartholomew, J. 

Black, A. & C. 

Blackwood, W., & Sons. 

Brown Brothers. 

Cairns, Peter ( Portobello ). 
Cowan, A., & Son. 

Cowan, W. &B. (and Manchester). 
Craig, Christie, & Co. 
Cunningham, A., & Co. 

Currie, W., & Co. 

Dickson, W., & Co. 

Fleming, A. B., & Co. 

Hall, T. 

Henry, A. 

Jenkinson, A. 

Johnston, W. & A. K. 

Loth, J. T. 

Macfarlan, J. F., & Co. 

Mackay, John, & Co. 

Mackay, Cunningham, & Co. 
Marshall, W., & Co. 
Middlemass, J., & Co. 
Middlemass, B. 

Millar, J-, & Co. 

Minola, N. 

Scottish Vulcanite Company. 
Smith, T. O. 

Smith, T. & H., & Co. 

Stuart, J. & W. (Musselburgh). 
Thomson, J., & Sons. 

Waterston, G., Sons, & Stewart. 
Widnell, H., & Co. (Lass wade). 
Wright, B. 

ELGIN. 

Johnston, J., & Co. 

EXETER. 

Hems, IT. 

FARNHAM. 

Bevan, J. J. 

FAVERSHAM. 

Mackie, S. J. 

FENTON. 

Edwards, J. 


FROME. 

Fussell, J., Sons, & Co. ( Mells ). 
Singer, J. W., & Son. 

GAINSBOROUGH. 

Marshall, Sons, & Co., Limited. 
QAB-aSHIEBS. 

Bogue, Lees, & Co. 

Brown Brothers. 

Brown, W., & Sons. 

Cochrane, A. L., & Brothers. 
Mitchell, Coats, & Co. 
Sanderson, H., & Son. 
Sanderson, B. & A., & Co. 

GATESHEAB-ON-TYNR. 

Bainbridge & Crimson. 

Black, Hawthorn, & Co. 
Newall, B. S. 

GLASGOW. 

Alley & Maclellan. 

Ballardie, D. 

Barbour & Miller. 

Blackie & Son. 

Blackie, W. G., & Co. 
Blacklock, Goudie, & Co. 
Boyle, B., & Son. 

British and Foreign Mineral 
Water Company. 

Buchanan, J. 

Carruthers & Allan. 

Dalglish (B.), Falconer, & Co. 
Gardner, A., & Son. 

Glenboig Fire Clay Company. 
Henderson, J., & Co. 

Hill, C. E„ & Co. 

Hurlet & Campsie Alum Co. 
Hutchison, Bobert. 

Lipman & Co. 

MacLellan, P. Si W. 

Mactear, J. 

Marshall, B. 

Mitchell & Whytlaw. 

North British Chemical Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Oakbank Oil Company, Limited. 
Beadman, J. B. 

Singer Manufacturing Company. 
Steedman & McAllister. 
Stirling, W., & Sons (Renton). 
Storer, D., & Sons. 

Templeton, J., & Co. 

Templeton, J. & J. S. 

Tennant, C., & Co. 

Thom & Lawson. 

Thomson, Jas. & George. 
Thomson, Sterne, & Co., Limited. 
Thomson, Sir William. 

Tullis, J., & Son. 

Walker, John. 

Wilson, T. (Anderston). 

Young’s Paraffin and Mineral 
Oil Company, Limited. 


75 


GLASTONBURY. 

Clark, Son, & Morland. 

GLOUCESTER. 

Kell, Meats, & Co. 

GLYN HEATH. 

Abernant Ironworks and Col- 
lieries Co. 

GOSALKINS. 

Whitburn & Young (Milford.). 

GRANTHAM. 

Coultas, J. ( Spittlegate ).' 
Hornsby, K., & Sons. 

GREAT YARMOUTH. 

Burgh Castle Portland Cement 
Company, Limited. 

GREENWICH. 

Hollick & Co. 

Penn, J., & Sons. 

GUILDFORD. 

Brownrigg, T. M. 

GUNNISLAKE. 

Tamar & Kit Hill Granite Com- 
pany. 

HALIFAX. 

Akroyd, James, & Son, Limited. 
Clayton, Marsdens, Holden, & 
Co., Limited. 

Crossley, J., & Sons, Limited. 
Graham, S. J. Crook, & Co. 
Hadwen, J., & Sons. 

Hartley & Sugden. 

Lumby, E. 

Scarborough Brothers. 

Smith, F., & Co. 

Smith, M. H. 

Smithson, J., & Co. 

Wadsworth, R. 

Wright, Sutclifee, & Son. 

HALSTEAD. 

Hunt & Tawell ( Earl's Colne). 

HANLEY. 

Adams & Bromley. 
Brown-Westhead (T. C.), Moore, 
& Co. 

Wenger, A. 

HASTINGS. 

Rock & Hawkins. 

HATFIELD. 

Varley, S. A. 

HAWICK. 

Alexanders & Co. 

Watson, W., & Sons. 

HENDON. 

Westlake, N. H. J. 


HOUGHTON REGIS. 

Brooks, R. 

HUDDERSFIELD. 

Armitage, Brothers. 

Barber, Joshua, & Sons. 

Brier, G. 

Brook, Jonas, & Brothers. 
Brooke, E., & Sons. 

Brooke, James, & Son. 

Brown, John. 

Child, William (Shelley). 

Clegg, Jesse. 

Denham, J. W., & Co. 

Dyson, Joseph, & Sons. 

Gledhill, Thomas (Golcar). 

Grist Brothers. 

Haigh, George. 

Hick, W. 

Hopkinson, J., & Co. 
Incorporated Chamber or Com- 
merce. 

Inman Brothers. 

Mellor, T., & Son. 

Sanderson & Co. 

Shaw, J., & Co. 

Sykes, Godfrey, & Son. 

Taylor & Little wood. 

Taylor & Co. (Golcar). 

Taylor, J. T., & Co. 

Thomson, William, & Sons. 
Turner, J. Brook, & Co. 

HULL. 

Priestman Brothers. 

HUNTINGDON. 

Windover, C. S. 

INVERNESS. 

Fraser & Smith. 

IPSWICH. 

Packard, E., & Co. 

Bansomes, SIms, & Head. 

Turner, E. R. & F. 

laoHsainsE. 

Craven, Dunnill, & Co., Limited. 

JERSEY. 

Baudoux, C. E. ( St . Hellers). 
Laurendeau, P. (St. Hellers). 
Luce, George. 

JiEI&HLEY. 

Hattersley, G., & Sons. 

XELSO. 

Siiiels, J. 

KETTERING. 

Salmon & Co. 

Smith, W., & Son. 

KIDDERMINSTER. 

Brinton, J., & Co. 

Hatton, Sons, & Co. (and at Bil- 
ston). 


76 


XIBBERIVSITTSTJCK — cont. 

Hollington, Joseph ( Wolverley ). 
Tomktnson & Adam. 

Willis, H. R., & Co. 

Woodward, Grosvenor, & Co. 

KX£»XimXTGC2£. 

Kennedy’s Patent Water Meter 
Company, Limited. 

JSISffG-S ZTifBJvd. 

Dodman, A. 

Plowright, James. 

SIHGSTOH* OF-TEAffiES. 

Pry, S. 

Woolnough, W. & C., & Co. 

KISECAIBa. 

McIntosh, A. H. 

Nairn, M., & Co. 

KSTOTTEETS’SETT. 

Bagley', Wild, & Co. 

IsABTCASTSR. 

Thompson, W., & Co., Limited. 

McLaurin, P., Son, & Co. 

ISAMIHGTOK. 

Mdlliner, H. 

EsESIQS. 

Anderson, C. 

Birchall, J. D., & Co. 

Brook, J. & D. ( Morley ). 

Cliff, J., & Sons. 

Dodgshun, J., & Co. 

Eddison, T. 

Embleton, Mackenzie, & Co. 
(Hunslet). 

Fairbairn, Kennedy, & Naylor. 
Flitoii, J. J., & s>on. 

Fowler, J., & Co. 

Greaves, W. 

Greenwood & Bat ley. 
IIargkeaye & Nusseys. 

IIathorn, Davis, & Davey. 
Holmes, Joseph. 

Hudson, Sykes, & Bousfield 

(Morley") . 

Labron, J. 

Lawson, S., & Sons. 

Leeds Forge Company, Limited. 
Le prince, L. A. A. 

Lupton, W., & Co. 

McLaren, J, & H. 

Marsden, H. R. 

Marsh, Jones, & Cribb. 

Marshall & Co. (and at Shrews- 
bury)* 

Maw, T. 

Newsum, Wood, & Dyson. 

Paul, W. 

Peel, J. ( Pudsey ). 


LEEBS — cont. 

Picksley, Sims, & Co., Limited. 
Rickards, C. A. 

Southall, C. H. 

Walker, J. 

Wilson, Walker, & Co. 

SEEK. 

Brough (J. & J.), Nicholson, &Co. 
Gibson, S., Jiinr. 

Ward, A., & Co. 

Watson & Co. 

I.EICESTSE, 

Donistiiorpe, A. R. 

Richardson, J., & Co. 

Smith, J. W. 

Stafford, J., Sons, & Oswin. 
Turner, A ., & Co. 

Harrison, McGregor, & Co. 
Picksley, Sims, & Co., Limited. 

&EIGHTOK BCTZZimX?. 

King, W. 

ISXSTON. 

Garrett, R., & Sons. 

IEITS. 

Cunningham, A., & Co. 

Mason & Co. 

JLESJCOSsBT. 

Clayton & Siiuttlewortii. 
Penney & Co., Limited. 
Rainforth, W., & Sons. 

Robey & Co. 

Ruston, Proctor, & Co. 

Slingsby, R. 

LISBURN-. 

Barbour, W., & Son. 

inrsEPOOi.. 

Adair & Co. 

Anglo-American Rope & Oakum 
Company. 

Barr, P. W., & Co. 

Ciiad burn & Son. 

Cunard, Burns, & MacIver. 
Cunningham, Siiaw, & Co. 

Davies & Sneade. 

D reaper, W. II. & G. H. 

Gordon, A. McC., & Co. 
Griffiths, Fletcher, & Berdoe. 
IIiggin, T. (and at Northwich). 
Inman Steamship Company. 

Liver Alkali Works Company, 
Limited. 

Liverpool Spun Oakum Company. 
Meyer, J. F. 

Mulliner, Francis. 

Philip, G., & Son. 

Roberts, W. (Bootle). 


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IiXVERFOOXa — cont. 

Runcorn Soap & Alkali Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Silicate Paint Company. 

Tregay, Alfred. 

White Star Line. 

J.IVEK5335Z, 

Cockill, J., & Sons. 

Cooke, Sons, & Co. 

UAX7EX.X.Y. 

Moreyvood, E., & Co. 

LOH3CII, 

( See page 82 .) 

lOHGTOW(STArrOSBSHISE). 

Allerton, C., & Sons. 

ZOUGHBOSOUCH. 

Hughes’ Locomotive and Tram- 
way Engine Co., Limited. 

1UHGAN. 

Murphy, J., & Son. 

2.UTON 

Lye, Thomas. 

1YTHAM. 

Hedges, P. 

MACCLSSFIEI.B. 

Birchenougii, J. 

Brockleiiurst, J. T., & Sons. 
Cornes, W. W., & Co. 

Critciiley, Brinsley, & Co. 
Harlow, B. 

Jackson, J. & F. 

NICHOLSON, J. (). 

MAX. BOM". 

Bentall, E. H., & Co. 

Maldon Ironworks Company, 
Limited. 

MANCHSSTSE. 

Andrew, Burrowes, & Attkins. 
Armitage, E., & Sons. 

Ashton, F. W., & Co. 

Barlow & Jones, Limited. 
Behrens, Louis. 

Boulinikon Floor Cloth Com- 
pany ( Salford ). 

Bradford, T., & Co. (Salford). 
Broughton Copper Company, Li- 
mited. 

Brown, Linstead, & Co. 

Byrom, R. ( Delph ). 

Christy, W. M., & Sons, Limited. 
Cocksiioot, J., & Co. 

Crewdson, Crosses, & Co., Li- 
mited. 

Dacca Twist Company. 

Edwards, W. J. 

Ermen & Roby. 

Fletcher, R.,& Son ( Stoneclough ). 
Follows & Bate. 

Galloway, W. & J., & Sons. 


MATTCHESTER — cont. 

Goldsworthy, T., & Sons (Hut me). 
Hall, Ralph, & Co.(aud at Oldham). 
Hall, Laurence. 

Hawkins, J., & Sons. 

Holland, W., & Sons. 
IIorrockses, Miller, & Co. (and 
at Preston). 

Howorth, J. (Farnworth) . 
Johnson, Clapham, & Morris. 
Johnson (Jabez) & Fildes. 
Kesselmeyer, C. A. 

Lamb, J. 

Levinstein, L. J., & Sons (Black- 
ley). 

Lindemann, A. C. (Hulme). 

Lyons, W. 

Mackintosh, C., & Co. 

Martin, W. 

Massey, B. & S. (Openshaw). 
Mather & Platt. 

Mitchell, Brothers (Waterfoot). 
Neaye, S., & Sons. 

Neville, J. 

Ogden, H., & Son. 

Patent Velvet Company. 
Protector Lamp and Lighting 
Company. 

Richmond & Chandler (Salford). 
Roberts, J. 

SCHWABE, SaLIS, & Co. 

Schwann, Modera, & Co. 
Seligmann & Haarbleicuer (and 
at Middleton). 

Sharp, Stewart, & Co., Limited. 
Shaw, Henry, & Co. (Duhinfield) . 
Slazenger & Sons. 

Smith & Coventry-. 

Spence, P. 

Stafford, S. 

Syvainson, Birley', & Co. (and at 
Preston). 

Tootal-Broadhurst, Lee, & Co. 
Tyvibill, J. 

Vernon & Freemantle. 

Waters, J. & E., & Co. 

Whitley, John R. (Didsbury) . 
Whitworth, Sir J., & Co. 
Williams, Sons, & Brookes. 
Windover, C. S. 

Wood & Brearley. 

MAW SFXSXiS). 

Barringer & Broyvn. 
Greeniialgh & Sons. 

Meadow Foundry Company - . 
laiDBZBSBHOTOH. 

North on England Iron Manu- 
facturers’ Association, and 
Cleveland Ironmasters’ As- 
sociation. 

MUSSEBBUR^H. 

Stuart, J., & W. 


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MEWABK-OU-TESHT. 

Nicholson, YV. N., & Son. 

HEWEUEY. 

Baker, T. (Compton). 

W ilson, Brice. 

KEWCASTEE-OH-TYHE. 

Broomiiill Coal Co. 

Burnhope Coal Co. 

Cramlington Coal Co. 

Mawson & Swan. 

Palmer’s Shipbuilding and Iron 
Company, Limited (J arrow'). 
Bamsay, G. H. 

St. Bede Chemical Co., Limited. 
South Derwent Colliery Co. 
Tweddell, MacLaren, & Co. 
Ttne Alkali Co., Limited. 
Washington Chemical Co. 
Watson, H. 

WEW MA1BEK, 

White, W. G. 

HEWPOET (MOHKOUTH- 

SHIEE). 

Davies, D. ( Crumlin ). 

NEWSY. 

Campbell, H., & Son. 

NEWTON ABBOT OEVOMT). 

Candy & Co. 

NEWTOWN (MONTGOMERY- 
SHIRE.) 

Jones Pryce. 

Welsh Woollen Manufacturing 
Co., Limited. 

NORTHAERERTOM". 

Wilford, J., & Sons ( Brompton ). 

NORTHAMPTON. 

Bostock, E. & F. (and at Stafford). 

NORWICH. 

Barnard, Bishop, & Barnards. 
Boulton & Paul. 

Chamberlin, J. 

Clabburn, Sons, & Crisp. 

Colman, J. & J. 

CoLMAN & GlENDENNING. 

Hawes, G. E. 

Holmes & Sons. 

Howes, II. W. 

Howes & Sons. 

Minns, J. 

Norwich Crape Company. 

Riches & Watts. 

Thorn, C. 

Nottingham. 

Adams, T., & Co., Limited. 

Dobson, T. S., & Co. 

Kulp, H. N., & Son. 

Mallet, H., & Sons. 

Newbold, E. 


NOTTINGHAM — -cont. 
Nottingham Malleable Iron 
Company, Limited. 

Nottingham Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Patchitt, E. C. 

Patterson, W., & Sons. 

Simon, Louis, & Son. 

Stiebel, Kaufmann, & Co. 
Tatham, W., & Co. 

ORB CHARRTON. 

Martin, R. 

©RDHAIVZ. 

Bradbury - & Co., Limited. 

Hall, Ralph, & Co. * 

Platt, Brothers, & Co., Limited. 
Wilde, J., & Son. 

OXFORD. 

Spiers & Sons. 

Wheeler, W. II. 

PAD I HUM. 

Blezard, J., & Sons. 

PAISDEY. 

Boy'd, J., & Sons. 

Carlile, J., Sons, & Co. 

Clark & Co. 

Clark, J., & Co. 

Coats, J. & P. 

Craig, A. E., & Co. 

Snodgrass, J. 

Stoddard, A. E., & Co. 
PEASENHARR. 

Smyth, J., & Sons. 

PENZANCE. 

Perry, W. T. L. ( Mounts Bay). 

PDHSHOEE. 

Humphries, E. 

PERTH. 

Moncrieff, J. 

PETERBOROUGH. 

Barford & Perkins. 

Hayes, H., & Son. 

PETERHEAD, SCOTEAHD. 

Grant, R. 

Peterhead Granite Polishing 
Company. 

PLYMOUTH. 

Burnard, Lack, & Alger. 
Fouracre (J. T.) & Watson. 
Greenway, H. 

James, E., & Sons. 

POETMADOC. 

Cwmorthin Slate Co., Limited. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

Knight, S. 

PRESTON. 

Eastwood, J., & Co., Limited. 

Irvin & Sellers. 

Whitehead, J., & Co. 


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RAMSGATE. 

SOUTHEE, A. P. 

RAVEWSTHORPS. 

Ewaei, R. 

READING. 

Barnes, P. ( Tyleliurst ). 

Ferguson & Sox. 

Huntley & Palmers. 

Sms, W. 

Sims & Son. 

Soper, W. 

Sutton & Sons. 

Wilder, J. 

REDDITCH. 

Allcock, S., & Co. 

Avery, W., & Son. 

Bartleet, W., & Sons. 

Chambers, G., & Co. 

Clarke, H., & Co. 

Mil ward, H., & Sons. 

Smith, J., & Son ( Astwood Bank). 
Thomas, S., & Sons. 

Turner, R., & Sons. 

Woodfield, W., & Sons. 
REXGATE. 

Baxter, R. C. (J7 ether sett). 

RIFLE Y. 

Mitchell, W. 

RIP ON. 

Kearsley, G. 

Parkinson, W. 

ROCHDALE. 

Ashworth, M., & Co. 

Hamilton, J. 

Lord, E., & Co. 

McNaught, J. & W. 

Nicholson, H. 

Robinson, T., & Co. 

Willans, T. B., & Co. 

ROCHESTER. 

Aveling & Porter. 

De Michele, Y. D. 

Wouldham Cement Company. 

ROTHERHAM. 

Spencer, W., & Co. 

ROTHWELL. 

Ball, W., & Son. 

ST. ALBANS. 

Turner, F. W. 

ST. AUSTELL. 

Thriscutt & Bale. 

ST. HELEN’S. 

Glover, W. J. & Co. 

ST. LEONARDS-ON-SEA. 

Godbold and Basebe. 

SALISBURY. 

Folet, A. 


SELKIRK. 

Brydone & Brown. 

SHARBLOW, DERBYSHIRE. 

Hooker’s Cream Milk Company, 
Limited. 

SHEFFIELD. 

Addis, J. B., & Sons. 

Andrew, J. H., & Co. 

Bag shaw, F. W. 

Beardshaw, H. 

Bedford, J., & Sons. 

Brookes & Crookes. 

Brown, Bayley, &Dixon, Limited. 
Brown, John, & Co., Limited. 
Burts and Company, Limited. 
Cammell & Co. 

Colver Brothers. 

Crowley - , J., & Co. 

Gray, J., & Co. ( Moor ). 

Green, C. 

Hadfield Steel Foundry Com- 
pany. 

Hallam Brothers (Eccles field). 
Hattersley, E. J., & Co., 'Limited. 
Hewitt, J., & Co. 

Jessop, W., & Sons, Limited. 
Jonas, Meyer, & Colver. 

Jowitt, T., & Sons. 

Longden & Co. 

Kidge, Woodcock, & Hardy. 
Rodgers, J., & Sons, Limited. 
Savtle Street Foundry and En- 
gineering Company, Limited. 
Saynor, Cooke, & Ridal. 
Seebohm &. Diecksthal. 

Shaw, J. 

Shaw & Fisher. 

Spencer, J. R., & Son. 

Steel & Garland. 

Stephenson, Blake, & Co. 
Turton, T., & Sons. 

Wardrobe & Smith. 

Wright, W. 

SHEPTON MALLET. 

Anglo-Bavarian Brewery - Com- 
pany - . 

Loader, C. 

SHIFNAL. 

Lilleshall Company. 

Snedshill Iron Company. 

SHREWSBURY. 

Corbett & Peele. 

Lowcock & Barr. 

Marshall & Co. 

Shefperd, W. H. 

SEIPTON . 

Dewhurst, J., & Sons. 

SOUTHALL. 

Abbott, C. N. 


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SOUTHAMPTON. 

Hall, A. W., & Co. 

Patstone, John. 

Peirce, W. A. 

Porter, J. H. 

SOUTHP0ET. 

Howaeth, R. 

Tice, W. 

STilFFOTiB, 

Rostock, E. & F. (and at North- 
ampton). 

STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERIES 

Allerton & Sons. 

Brown- Westiiead (T. C.), Moore, 
& Co. 


STAIMES. 

Linoleum Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Limited. 

STiLISJ. 

Montgomerie, J. C. ( Dalmore ). 

STAIiETSRISGE. 

Broadbent & Son. 


STiLMFOKSJ. 

Hayes, Henry, & Son.; 

Jeffery and Blackstone. 

stirmstg. 

Smith, R., & Son. 

STOGEPORT. 

Lowe, C., & Co. ( Reddish ). 

STOCKTOJI-OW-TESS. 

Head, Wrightson, & Co. 
Pickering, J. 

Whitwell, T. 
STOKE-OM-TREHT. 

Campbell Brick & Tile Company. 
Granville, The Earl, K.G. 
Minton, Hollins, & Co. 

Mintons. 

Shelton Bar Iron Company. 
Wedgwood, J., & Sons 

STOTfEHA-VETT. 

^TOWLES, J. & G. 


tt (GIOUCESI 

Hooper, C., cv 

STOU212SHT2JCJS 

Gibbons JB., J unr. (£ 0/rc 
Harper & Moores. lor 
Harrison, G. K. 

Kmr G b™’ Riciiab dson, & , 

„ r ING Brothers. > 

Webb, E., & Sons. 

Webb, T, & Sons. 

STOUEPCRT 

E . s n , n 

STO WMARKET. 

Woods, Cocksedge, & Co 


STSATFORB, 

Boake & Co. 

Gidney, Clark, & Co. 

STROUZS. 

Marling & Co. 

Ritchie, A., & Co. 

Stanton & Son. 
STODERIAND. 

Routledge, T. 

Ryhope Coal Co., Limited. 
Sunderland Shipbuilders’ Asso- 
ciation. 

SirTTOET-IET-ASHriEED. 

Sampson Brothers. 

SWANSEA. 

COMPAGNIE HOUILLIERE DE GkAI- 
GOLA. 

Evans, D. & II. C. 

Swansea Tin-plate Company. 
Western Merthyr Coal and 
Fuel Company, Limited. 

THIESK. 

Bamlett, A. C. 

Baxter, R. 

TJCllXC O illTR'X', SCOTLAND. 

Paton, J. & D., & Co. 

TOEQUAY. 

Torquay Terra Cotta Co. 

TStITTG. 

Rothschild, Lady E. de. 
TE9WBEIBGB. 

Clark, John & Thomas. 

Hewitt & Kemp. 

Salter, S., & Co. 

TUWBEIBGE WELLS. 

Norman, C., & Co. 

Robinson, II. P. 

Romary, Alfred. 

TtritrstTAYiS.. 

Brownhills Pottery Company. 
TWIC3EEETHADX. 

Twining, T. 

Vansittart, Mrs. H. 

Walton, F. 

UlVEStSTOItr. 

Harrison, Ainslie, & Co. 

Salmon, Barnes, & Co. 

WAH.EFISa.SJ. 

Bonsoii, C. 

Green, E., & Son. 

Hodgson & Simpson. 

W-AX.ILSLR.A'tmiH, SCOTXjilKTD. 

Dalziel, J., & Co. 

WillS-AX.!.. 

Allsopp, C. W., & Co. 

Christie, W. 

IIandford-Greatrex, & Brother. 
Hawkins, J., & Co. 


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TOrAX.SAX.Xi — cont. 

Holden, E. T. 

SCANLAN, JUN., & Co. 

WALTHAMSTOW . 

Hanks, J., & Son. 

WAREHAM. 

Pike, W. J. 

WARMINSTER. 

Carson & Toone. 

WARRINGTON. 

Greening, N., & Sons. 

Houghton, J., & Son. 

Houghton, W. D. 

Smith, W., & Son. 

Warrington Wire Rope Works 
Company, Limited (and at Liver- 
pool). 

WARWICK. 

Holt, Frank. 

WEDNESBVRT. 

Lloyd, F. H. 

WEST BROMWICH. 

Hamblet, J. 

Hudson, R. S. 

Kenrick, A., & Sons. 

Siddons, J. & J. 

Wood & Ivery, Limited. 

WEST DRAYTON. 

Wilkinson, Heywood, & Clark. 

WESTERHAM. 

Kitchin, J. 

WEYMOUTH. 

Damon, R. 


WI3NES. 

Desoto Alkali Company, Limited. 
Golding, Davis, & Co. 
Hargreaves & Robinson. 

WXGADT . 

Wigan Coal & Iron Company, 
Limited. 

WINDSOR. 

Gold, H. 

Royal Windsor Tapestry Manu- 
factory. 

WINSHAM. 

Trenchard, G., & Co. 

WISBEACH. 

Baker, J. 

WOOBURN. 

Buckinghamshire Millboard Co. 

WOLVERHAMPTON. 

Clark, T. & C., & Co. 

Denton, H. 

Mander Brothers. 

Marston, John. 

Morris & Griffin. 

Reade Brothers. 

WOODBRIDGE. 

Fisk, A. S. 

WORKINGTON. 

Snelus, G. J. 

West Cumberland Iron and 
Steel Company, Limited. 

WORCESTER. 

Royal Porcelain Works Com- 
pany. 

WREXHAM. 

Evans, Richard, & Co. 

Brunton, W., & Co. 

Stevens, T. 


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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF EXHIBITORS 

IN THE 

CITY OF LONDON AND SUBURBS. 


A. 

Adams & Co. 

Adie, P. 

Aire & Calder Glass Bottle 
Company. 

Aldebert, I. 

Aldred & Spielmann. 

Allan, J., & Son. 

Allen & Hanburys. 

Allen, F., & Sons. 

Allen, Solly, & Co. 

Anderson, Abbott, & Anderson. 
Anglo-Bussian Iron & Tin Plate 
Company, Limited. 

Appleby Brothers. 

Armit, K. H. 

Art Union. 

Ashenhurst, J. T., & Co. 
Atkinson, G., & Co. 

Atkinson, J. & E. 

Augener & Co. 

Aurora Glass Company, Limited. 
Autotype Company. 

B. 

Bacon, J. L., & Co. 

Bagster, S., & Sons. 

Bailey Brothers. 

Baiss Brothers & Co. 

Ball, James. 

Barpf, F. S. 

Barnard, B. 

Barnes & Co. 

Barnett, Son, & Foster. 

Barratt & Robinson. 

Barron, W. J., & Sons. 

Bartrum, Harvey, & 

Basheord, G. J. St. J 
Batty & Co. 

Bauer, Mrs. A. W. 

Bauer, G. L. 

Baxter, W. Henry. 

Beau, A. 

Beaumont & Bolton. 

Beck, W. II. 

Beddow, B., & Son. 

Bedford, W. 


Bell, Alex. Graham. 

Bell, J/M., & Co. 

Bennett, Sir John. 

Bennett, T., & Sons. 

Berger, Lewis, & Sons. 

Berger, S., & Co. 

Bernays, J. 

Berthon Boat Co., Limited. 
Bertram & Son. 

Best Ink Co. 

Bethell, J., & Co. 

Betjemann, G., & Sons. 
Birchenough, John. 

Bird, W., & Co. 

Birnbaum, B. 

Birt, J. & A. W. 

Blackwood & Co. 

Blades, East, & Blades. 

Bliss, W., & Co. 

Boake & Co. ( Stratford ). 

Bond, Mrs. M. A. (now Hick- 
isson). 

Bourke, J. H., M.D. 

Bourne, J. & Co. 

Bowing’s Patent Filter Press 
Company, Limited. 

Bowman, C. 

Braby, F., & Co. 

Brakell, C. 

Brand & Co. 

Brice, W. A. 

Brinsmead, J., & Sons. 

British & Foreign Bible Society. 
British Telegraph Manufactory 
Limited. 

British Xylonite Co., Limited. 
Brodgen, J. 

Brooke, Simpson, & Splller. 
Brookes, Vincent (Day & Son). 
Brown, B. & J., & Co. 

Brown, E., & Sons. 

Brown, J. B., & Co. 

Brown, B., & Son. 

Bruckmann, F. 

Brune & Co. 

Brunton & Trier. 

Buchanan, G. & Co. 

Bull & Wilson. 

Bullivant, Thos. 

Burbidge & Rowley. 

Burgess & Key. 


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Burgoyne, Burbidges, & Co. 
Burnet & Co. 

Bush, J., & Co. 

Bush, W. J., & Co. 


c. 

Callard & Bowser. 

Capel, H. 

Carter, J. H. 

Carter, Dunnett, & Beale. 

Cave, H. J., & Sons. 

Cetti, E., & Co. 

Challen & Son. 

Chambers, J., & Co. 

Chanot, G. 

Chapman, Son, & Co. 

Chatwood, S. 

Christie & Co. 

Christy, J. E., & W. & Co. 
Christy, Thomas. 

Christy, T., & Co. 

Chubb & Son. 

Clark & Co. 

Clark, William. 

Clarke, C. Purdon. 

Clarke, Henry, & Co. 

Clarke, W. G. 

Cleaver, E. S., & Sons. 

Codd, Hiram, & Co. 

Cohne, S. 

Cole, A. C., & Son. 
CoLLINGRIDGE, W. H. & L. 
Collinson & Lock. 

Co LAI AN & GlENDENNING. 

COLMAN, J. & J. 

Cook, E., & Co. 

Cooke, Sons, & Co. 

Cooper, F. E. 

Cooper, H. & J. 

Cooper, J. C. 

Copeland, W. T., & Sons. 
Copestake, Hughes, Crampton, 
& Co. 

Corbiere, Son, & Brindle. 
Corcoran, Witt, & Co. 
Cornelissen, L., & Son. 
Corticine Floor Covering Com- 
pany. 

COURTAULD, S., & CO. 

Cowan, Alex., & Son. 

Cowan, W. & B. 

Crisp, E., M.D. 

Crispin, W. H. 

Crosse & Blackwell. 

Crouch, H. 

Crouch, J. M. 

Crouch, W. A. 

Crown Perfumery Company. 
Cubitt, Wm., & Co. 

Cunningham, A., & Co. 


D. 

Dallmeyer, J. H. 

Dane & Co. 

Dangerfield, Frederick. 
Daniell, A, B., & Son. 

Darton, F., & Co. 

Davis’s Excelsior Knife Clean- 
ing Machine Company. 

Davis, J. C. 

Debenham & Freebody. 

Deed, J. S., & Sons. 

Dell, W. R., & Son. 

Devon Great Consols Co., 
Limited. 

Dewrance, J., & Co. 

Diamond Fuel Company, Limited. 
Diamond Rock Boring Companies 
of London. 

Dickinson Bros. & Co. 

Dixie, M., Mrs. 

Dixon, J., Sons, & Taylor. 
Dollond & Co. 

Dokrington, B., & Co. 

Doulton & Watts. 

Doulton & Co. 

Doulton, IL, & Co. 

Draper, J. 

Driscoll, H. 

Dunlop, R. H. W. (Ealing). 

Dunn & Co. 

Dunn & Hewett. * 

E. 

Eagles, T. D. 

East & West India Dock Com- 
pany. 

Edgington, B. 

Edmunds & Cater. 

Edwards, G. 

Eley Brothers, Limited. 

Elliott & Fry. 

Embleton, Mackenzie, & Co. 
England, W. 

Enoch & Sons. 

Erhardt, H., & Co. 
Etzensberger, R. U. 

Evans, David, & Co. 

Everett & Co. 

F. 

Faija, H. 

Fairlie Engine Co. 

Falkirk Iron Co. 

Farmer, T., & Co. 

Farmer & Rogers. 

Faulkner, R., & Co. 

Fayolle, G. 

Feetham, M., & Co. 

Field & Sons. 

Finch, John. 

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Flatau, A. & W., & Co. 

Forster & Gregory. 

Fowler, John, & Co. 

Fox, C., & Sox. 

Fox, J. C. 

Francati & Santamaria. 

Francis & Co. 

Frodsiiam, G. E. 

Frost, Edwin. 

Fyfe & Robinson. 

G. 

Gabriel, Messrs. 

Gage, Thomas. 

Gardner, J., & Sons. 

Garrett, Rhoda, & Agnes. 
Geraut, E., & Co. 

Gerhard, A. W. 

Getelin & Co. 

Gibbs, J., & Co. 

Gidney, Clark, & Co. ( Stratford ). 
Gillow & Co. 

Goodall, Chas., & Son. 

Goode, T., & Co. 

G rant, S. 

“ Graphic,” Proprietors of the. 
Green & Stembridge. 

Green, J., & Nephew. 

Green, Jasies. 

Green, John. 

Gregory & Co. 

Griffiths, Fletcher, & Berdoe. 
Grosvenor, Chater, & Co. 

Grout & Co. 

Grunebaum, J. 

Guy, H. A., & Co. 

Gwynne & Co. 

G WYNNE, J. & H. 

H. 

Hale-Macdonald War Rocket 
Company. 

Halford, James V. 

Hall, Julius. 

Hammer, G. M. 

Hand-power Rock Drill Co. 
Hanhart, M. & N. 

Hare, G. 

Hargroves, R. A. & J., & Co. 
Harland, J. W. 

Harrison, R., & Son. 

Hart, Son, Peard, & Co. 

Hathorn & Co. 

Hayes, Crossley, & Co. 

Haynes, T., & Sons. 

Heath, Vernon. 

Heaton, J. A. 

Hely, A. A . 

Hemingway & Thomas. 
Henderson, A. L. 


Henley & Son. 

Hickisson, Mrs. M. A. (late Bond). 
Hilditch, G. & J. B. 

Hillier, J. 

Hitciiins, R. W. 

Hobbs, Hart, & Co. 

Hodd, R., & Son. 

Holland & Holland. 

Holland & Sons. 

Holmes, W. M. 

Holmes, H. & A. 

Homfray & Co. 

Hooker, J. 

Hopkinson, J. & J. 

Hopton & Sons. 

JIopton, T. W. 

Horne & Tiiornth waite. 

Horsey', J. G., & Co. 

House, H., & Co. 

Howard & Sons. 

Howe Sewing Machine Company, 
Limited. 

Howell, James, & Co. 

Hunter & English. 

Hyde & Co. 

Hyde, Archer, & Co. 


I. 

Illustrated London News. 
Ivory, II. A., & Co. 


J. 

Jackson & Graham. 
Jackson, G., & Sons. 
Jacob, B. 

Jacoby, J. 

Jamieson, A. 

Jamieson, W. & J. 
Jeffrey' & Co. 

Jeffreys, C. 

Jenner & Knewstub. 
Jennings, George. 
Jennings, Payne. 

Jenson & Nicholson. 
Johnson, I. C., & Co. 
Johnson, Mattiiey', & Co. 
Johnstone, Jeanes, & Co. 
Jones, 0 ., & Co. 

Jones, II. Bence. 

J ones, T. 

Judd & Co. 


K. 

Kay & Richardson. 

Keen, Robinson, Bellville, & Co. 
Kent, G. B., & Co. 

Kilnee Brothers. 


So 


Kimfton, Thomas. 

Kincaid, J., C.E. 

King, Son, & Whitaker. 

Kipps, J. J. 

Kirbt, Beard, & Co. 

Kirby, H. & T., & Co. 

IvULLBERG, VICTOR. 

L. 

Lachenal & Co. 

Ladd, J. H., & Co. 

Ladies’ Work Society. 

Lamprey, J. H. 

Lancaster, A. 

Landore Siemens Steel Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Lang, J., & Sons. 

Langthorne Chemical Works. 
Lapwortii Brothers. 

Lascelles, W. H. 

Latchford & Willson. 

Laurie & Marker, Limited. 
Lavers, A. H. 

Lawrence & Co. 

Lawrence & Porter. 

Lawrence, T. J. 

Lechertier, Barbe, & Co. 

Lee Brothers. 

Ij£g£, A., & Co. 

Le Grand & Sutcliffe. 

Le Gros, Mayne, Leaver, & Co. 
Leighton, J. 

Lemale, T., & Co. 

Lemere, B., & Co. 

Leoni, S. & Co. 

Leslie & Co., Limited. 

Leuchars & Son. 

Lewin, D. J. 

Lewis, G. & E. S. 

Lewis, J. 

Lincoln, Bennett, & Co. 
Linoleum Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Liverpool Dry Plate & Photo- 
graphic Printing Company. 
Lloyd, Attree, & Smith. 

Lloyd, T., & Sons. 

Lobb, John. 

London and Glasgow Engineer- 
ing and Iron Shipbuilding Co., 
Limited. 

London Society for promoting 
Christianity among the Jews. 
London Stereoscopic Company, 
Limited. 

Lucraft, G. S., & Son. 

Lumley, Henry, and Russell, J. 
Scott. 


M. 

McCall, J., & Co. 

Macintosh, C., & Co. 

McKenzie, T., & Sons, Limited. 
McLean & Co. 

MacNab, James. 

McNaught & Smith. 

Macqueen & Co. 

Maltby, W. F. 

Marcovitch & Co. 

Marshall, A., & Co. 

Marshall & Holland. 
Marshall, T. J., & Co. 

Martin, C., & Co. 

Mason & Co. 

Mather, W. 

Matthews, J. 

Maudslay', Sons, & Field. 
Maxwell, H., & Co. 

Mayer & Meltzer. 

Mead & Co. 

Mellier, C., & Co. 

Menier, E. 

Menuel, E. 

Merryweather & Sons. 

Meyer & Mortimer. 

Middleton, T. J. 

Miller, J. & J., & Co. 

Moir, J., & Son. 

Monington & Weston. 
Montanari, R. 

Morley, J. & R. 

Morson, T., & Son. 

Morton, J. 

Mumford, P., & Son. 

Mumford, Peter, Junior. 

N. 

Napier, D., & Son. 

Nathan, D. 

Neal, J., & Co. 

Neal, J. 

Neale, M. T. 

Negretti & Zambra. 

Neighbour, G., & Sons. 

Newman, Mrs. C. 

Newport Abercorn Coal Co., 
Limited. 

Newspaper Publishing Company. 
Newton & Co. 

New Westminster Brewery Co., 
Limited. 

Nicoll, H. J. 

Nitro Phosphate and Odams 
Chemical Manure Co., Limited. 
Norris, S. E., & Co. 


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0. 

Oakey, J., & Sons. 

Offord, J. 

Ohlendorff & Co 
Oppenheim, W. 

Ortner & Houle. 

Osborne, Bauer, & Chessman. 
Oslek, F. & C. 


P. 

Palmes, S. 

Paris, James. 

Parratx, G. F. 

Parsons, Flexcher, & Co. 
Parsons, P. M. 

Paxent Lithotype Company, 
Limited. 

Paienx Plumbago Crucible Com- 
pany. 

Patent Printing Surface Com- 
pany. 

Patent Selenitic Cement Com- 
pany, Limited. 

Patent Show Tablet Co. 

Patent Watbrproof Paper and 
Canvas Co. 

Pears, A. & F. 

Peek, Frean, & Co. 

Pereira, J., & Son. 

Perry, Alexander, & Co. 

Peters, T., & Sons. 

Philip, G., & Son. 

Phosphor Bronze Company, Li- 
mited. 

PlESSE & LUBIN. 

Pigou, Wilks, & Laurence. 
Pillischer, M. 

Pitman & Cuthbertson. 

Plambeck & Co. 

Plymouth Fire Clay Company. 
Pollock, Sydney. 

Porter, H. G., & Co. 

Powell, J., & Sons. 

Powis, C., & Co. 

Pratt, James. 

Price, Napoleon, & Co. 

Price, G. F. 

Price’s Patent Candle Company, 
Limited. 

PUCKRIDGE, F., & NePI EW. 

Pugh, Bros. 

Pulsometer Engineering Co. 
Purdey, J., & Sons. 

Pure Literature Society. 
Purser, E., & Co. 


R. 

Radclyffe (Dick), & Co. 
Ransome, A., & Co. 

Reed & Fox. 

Reid, A., & Sons. 

Reid, James. 

Reilly, E. M., & Co. 

Rein, F. C., & Son. 

Rein, F. C., Mrs. 

Religious Tract Society'. 
Reynolds, F. W., 8c Co. 

Richards & Co. ( Marylebone ). 
Richards & Co., Limited ( Fen- 
church St .). 

Richards, William. 

Ridsdale & Co. 

Riego, Michael del. 

Rimmel, E. 

Robinson & Anderson. 

Robinson, V., & Co. 

Rogers, G. A.. 

Rolls, Schyveizer, & Co. 

Rose, L., & Co. 

Rose, Sir W. A., & Co. 

Ross & Co. 

Ross, T., & Co. 

Rosser & Russell. 

Rothenheim, S. 

Rothschild, Lady E. de. 
Royvland, A., & Sons. 

Rowney', G., & Co. 

Royvnson, Drew, & Co. 

Roy, E. A. 

Royal School of Art Needle- 
yvork. 

Rundell, J. B. 

Russ, C. 

Russell, J., & Co. 

Russell, J. Scott, and Lumley, 
Henry. 

s. 

Sage, F. 

Saint Pancras Iron Work Com- 
pany. 

Salter & Whiter. 

Sanders, H. G., & Son. 

Sanson, R. B. 

Saunders, T. H., & Co. 

Savory & Moore. 

Saxby' & Farmer. 

Schweppe & Co. 

Scientific Toy and General 
Noytelty Company. 

Scott, W. 

Scott’s Sewage Company, Li- 
mited. 

Seeley, Jackson, & IIalliday. 
Serre, A. 

Sevin, Charles. 


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Shand, Mason, & Co. 

Shick, F. 

Shoolbred, J. & Co. 

Siebe & Gorman. 

Siemens, Bkothees. 

Silicate Paint Co. 

Sieicated Carbon Filter Com- 
pany. 

Simmons, S. 

Simpson, W. B., & Sons. 

Simpsons, Payne, & Co. 

Sinclair, D., & Co. 

Skipper, C., & East. 

Slater, Buckingham, & Co. 
Smeaton, W., & Sons. 

Smee, W. A. & S. 

Smith, G. J. 

Smith, J. M. 

Smith (Turberville) & Son. 
Smith’s Vacuum Brake Co., 
Limited. 

Soane, Harry. 

SoNNENSCHEIN, A. 

South Kensington Museum. 
Spiers, Bros. 

Spottiswoode & Co. 

Spratts’ Patent Biscuit Com- 
pany. 

Squintani, C. G., & Co. 

Stanbridge, S., & Co. 

Stanford, E. 

Stannah, J. 

Star Brush Company, Limited. 
Stephens, H. C. 

Stephens, J. 

Stevens & Sons. 

Stewart, Charles. 

Stiff, J., & Sons. 

Stone, J., & Co. 

Stohmenger, J., & Sons. 

Sugg, W. 

Sun Auto-Pneumatic Lighting 
and Heating Company, Limited. 
Sunday School Union. 

Surrey Machinist Co. 

Swaine & Adeney. 

Swains on, Blrley, & Co. 

Swears & Wells. 

Swift, J. 

Symons, H. C. 

T. 

Tallerman, D. 

Tapling, T. & Co. 

Taylor Brothers. 

Taylor & Co. 

Taylor, W. G. 

Taylor, Walter. 

Telegraph Construction and 
Maintenance Company, Li- 
mited. 


Terry, Stoneman, & Co. 

Thomas, J. J., & Co. 

Thomlinson & Salkeld. 
Thompson, Charles. 

Thomson, W. S., & Co. 

Thorley’s (J. W.), Cattle Food 
Company, Limited. 

Thornhill, W., & Co. 

Tisley & Co. 

Toleman, J. 

Treloar & Sons. 

Tress & Co. 

Trollope, G., & Sons. 

Tull, Glanylll, & Co. 

Turner, C., & Son. 

Turpin, M. F. C. 

Turtle & Pearce. 

Tweddell, K. H. 

Twelvetrees (Harper), & Son. 
Tyler (Hayward), & Co. 

Tyler, J. H. 

Tylor, J., & Son. 

Typographic Etching Company. 


TJ. 

Ullathorne & Co. 

Unite, John. 

Unwin Brothers. 

y. 

Vallance, F., Miss. 

Van der Weyde, H. 

Vanner, J., & Sons. 

Van Praag, A., & Co. 

Van Volen, G. 
Vaughan-Jones, Edward. 
Verity Brothers. 

Vickers, J. & J., & Co. 
Virgoe, Middleton, & Co. 
Virtue & Company, Limited. 
Vyse, Sons, & Co. 

w. 

Walker, W., & Sons. 
Wallis, J. 

Ward & Hughes. 

Ward, M., & Co. 

Ward, J. 

Warnerke, L. 

Waterlow & Sons, Limited. 
Watkins & McCombie. 
Watkins, H. 

Watson, Bontor, & Co. 
Watson, J., & Son. 

Watt, W. 

Watts, J. Wren. 

Waugh & Son. 

Wayish, J. 


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Waynes Merthyr Co., Limited. 
Webster, R. 

Welch, Margetson, & Co. 

Welch & Sons. 

Welch, W. J. 

Weniiam Lake Ice Company. 
Western & Co. 

Westlake, N. II. J. {Hendon). 
Wheeler, E. 

Whincup, J. 

Wiutaker, J. 

White, W., & Son. 

Whitehead, R. R., & Brothers, 
Limited. 

Whitehead & Co., Limited. 
Whiting, M. 

Whymper, E. 

Wigan, H., & Co. 

Wigzell, Halsey, & Co. 

WlLDEY', W., & Co. 

Wilkinson, Heywood, & Clark. 
Williams, G. A., & Scn. 

Willis, W. H., & Co. 

Wills, J. 

Wilson (Newton) & Co. 


Wilson & Co. 

Windover, Cilas. S. 

Wolff, E., & Son. 
WOLSTENCROFT, T., & Co. 
Woodward, J., & Sons. 
Woollams, William, & Co. 
Woolley & Co. 

Wornum, R,, & Sons. 
Worssam, S., & Co. 
Wouldham Cement Co. 
Wright & IIoldsworth. 
Wyburn & Co. 

Wyndham & Co. 

Y. 

Yaiidley & Co. 

York, F. 

Yorkshire Varnish Company. 

z. 

ZlMDARS, C. E. 

Zuccato & Wolff. 


DIGEST OE THE ERENCH CUSTOMS TARIEE. 


REMARKS. 

The duties quoted in the following tables under the heading 
Treaty Tariff are those settled by Treaties of Commerce between 
France on the one hand, and Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, 
Switzerland, Sweden, and Norway, the Netherlands, Portugal, 
Austria, the Ottoman Empire, the German Empire, and Russia 
on the other. They apply only to the native or manufactured 
productions of the European Possessions of the contracting 
countries, and to Indian cotton, Australian and New Zealand 
wool, and jute ; and to products of Portuguese, Russian, and 
Turkish foreign possessions. 

In principle, the Treaty Tariff is only applicable to goods 
imported direct from a contracting country, but this rule is only 
enforced in respect of: 1, beet- root sugars and those articles 
which are subject to a modification of duty by the General Tariff, 
when they are of the raw produce of the European country from 
which they are imported. (A list of these articles is in § 123 
of Observations Preliminaires.) 2, produce of the foreign (not 
European) possessions of Portugal, Russia, and Turkey unless 
imported by way of Portugal, Russia in Europe, or Turkey in 
Europe, respectively. 

Goods admitted under the Treaties remain subject to all the 
internal taxes that similar goods of French origin pay. 

Goods not mentioned in the Treaty Tariff, or excluded by the 
above rules from its operation, pay the duties quoted under the 
heading General Tariff, which are of four classes : — 

a, the duties on European products imported direct from the producing 

country ; 

b, on the same products not so imported ; 

c, on produce of places out of Europe imported into France direct from any 

place out of Europe ; 

d, on extra-European produce imported from European ports. 

All these duties are to be increased by adding 4 per cent. 

Goods marked thus * in the tables must be entered at certain offices 
established for the entry of goods which are taxed higher than 20 francs 
per 100 kilogrammes. [A list of these offices is in § 35 of Observations 
Preliminaires .] 

Goods marked thus * *, at seaports where bonded warehouses exist, or at 
the inland offices of § 35. [The list of seaports is in § 149 of Observations 
Preliminaires .] 

Other goods marked thus f are the subject of special restrictions, detailed 
in the notes, referred to in the tables. 


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REMARKS ON THE TRANSLATION OF THE FRENCH 
CUSTOMS TARIFF. 


The plan followed has been to produce a perfectly literal trans- 
lation of the French tables of customs duties, and to remodel 
the form in which these are arranged, for the sake of avoiding 
unnecessary repetition. The duties under the four headings in 
the French tables of European goods of direct and of indirect 
import, of extra-European goods of direct import or at least 
having a French port for their first European delivery, and of 
extra-European goods imported into France from foreign European 
countries, have been arra